Bitches, my power level is maximum.

>>9996135

I mean that in the amount of energy needed to change the Celsius scales by one point the Fahrenheit scales have moved already at least two or three points.

Pretend the temperature was a certain amount of flour to make a cake.

how would you like to get the exact amount? By using a measuring spoon, or by grabbing as much as you can in your fists and throwing it at the bowl from two meters away?

Obviously Fahrenheit is much better than Celsius.

I mean that in the amount of energy needed to change the Celsius scales by one point the Fahrenheit scales have moved already at least two or three points.

Pretend the temperature was a certain amount of flour to make a cake.

how would you like to get the exact amount? By using a measuring spoon, or by grabbing as much as you can in your fists and throwing it at the bowl from two meters away?

Obviously Fahrenheit is much better than Celsius.

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>>9996439

I got completely thrown off guard when i took Statics & Dynamics.

fuckers were using feet and pounds like nothing, and I fucking loved it.

the problem with Metric is the fact that the numbers are always the wrong denomination.

1 meter is too huge for everyday items, so you're forced to cut it into a hundred pieces, and now they're TOO SMALL for everyday items.

A kilogram is too heavy, but a gram is too light.

a point of Celsius helps in calculations but is a bitch to actually determine anything.

and REVERSELY, a liter is too small for average sized liquids.

I got completely thrown off guard when i took Statics & Dynamics.

fuckers were using feet and pounds like nothing, and I fucking loved it.

the problem with Metric is the fact that the numbers are always the wrong denomination.

1 meter is too huge for everyday items, so you're forced to cut it into a hundred pieces, and now they're TOO SMALL for everyday items.

A kilogram is too heavy, but a gram is too light.

a point of Celsius helps in calculations but is a bitch to actually determine anything.

and REVERSELY, a liter is too small for average sized liquids.