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Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.


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etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.


3
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2
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Uh Oh - I should know this

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.


3, 4, 2,1

I hope

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etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.



3 - 4 - 1 - 2


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etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.

3, 2, 1, 4

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ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.

3, 2, 1, 4

whoops

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etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.



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boy. at least i have a lot of company.

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boy. at least i have a lot of company.


Sometimes that means we're right.

Sometimes it doesn't.

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Doc, was there supposed to be a - in front of the 260 Kelvin one?

I sort of disregarded that part

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ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
boy. at least i have a lot of company.


Sometimes that means we're right.

Sometimes it doesn't.

I don't have YOU as company. I'm pretty sure you're right and I'm wrong.

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ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
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ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
boy. at least i have a lot of company.


Sometimes that means we're right.

Sometimes it doesn't.

I don't have YOU as company. I'm pretty sure you're right and I'm wrong.



Oops. I remember it wrong.

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well, Gordon Lightfoot once rhymed "10 degrees and getting colder" with Boulder, so is it a surprise that Colorado gets it right?

Absolute zero.

30 Below F, is -34.4 Celsius.

263 Kelvin is just under =10 Celsius. (absolute zero = -273.15 Celsius)

I promis no mroe math...

4- 0 fir G teem


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How does the scoring work?

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Whew!

Well, that's one anyway.

We'll see if I start resting on my laurels . . .

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I promis no mroe math...



Thanks, hon


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My mistake in seeing the - as a minus and not a hyphen thing

More wone anyone?

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T_Bone0806 wrote:
etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.



3214


today, 2 best vs 2 best boys and girls..

4 points for both sides of question, 2 for one's non-gender Q only, 1 for one's own gender Q.

And I don't write things down exactly... necessarily... since amazingly, no matter what I do, the numbers wind up coming up close to the same.


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3, 2, 1, 4?

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etaoin22 wrote:
Q1 - COLD ENUF FER YA????

No B or G designation, just put in order from coldest, upwards.

1 - Thirty below zero, Fahrenheit
2 - -30 degrees, Celsius
3 - Zero, absolute
4 - 260 degrees, Kelvin.


3 is the coldest
1
2
4

I think, maybe


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