The Weatherlawyer pauses
Friday, July 6, 2012 10:33:40 AM
I wanted to know what the half degree Centigrade is in Farenheit so I could pass on the abjact truth to the USAnians. You know how little they think about things they aught to.
So I pugged:
what is 1 degree centigrade in farenheit?
into you know whoogle and got this slap in the face:
1 degree Celsius = 33.8 degrees Fahrenheit
I honestly had no idea. All this el Nino business seemed just a load of old cobblers to me, when I found out it was just a difference in the very upper surface of the water involved.
0.6 of degree C.
I thought it was NOTHING.
How wrong can a man be?
I humbly apologise to all.
I blame my parents or the hospital where I was born, because I got put in the wrong jeans. I just can't do simple arithmajig:
Originally posted by Wikipejiut:
[°F] = [°C] × 9⁄5 + 32
[°C] = ([°F] − 32) × 5⁄9
So I would:
1 times 9 divide by 5 and end up with something like 2.
Let's have another go: one times nine is one; times five is 5. Then I completely forgot to .. no wait, that's errr...
Ummm five plus thirty two is is 37...
Errgh. I give up.
Anyway it's a lot. So if it goes up to 25 degrees off Peru, that's a hell of a lot of Fahrenheits! I don't know just how many Fahrenheits that is but it must be hell of a warm there!