Thu Jan 15 18:11:15 EST 2004
I thought it was "Kelvin" that was the "Absolute Zero" scale.
PS: Wind Chill of -40 need not be converted F to C for our Canadian
friends....-40 is the spot where F and C read the same!
-East Derry NH
Of Laurence Glavin
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Subject: Re: WBZ Florida
>DATE: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 10:59:23
>From: "Bill O'Neill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Boston Radio Interest \(E-mail\)"
>Just read the text of the Globe article on LaPierre broadcasting from his
>Florida home. Peter Casey's remark, "I'm not wasting my airtime to tell
>where Gary is" ...
>Warm & Sunny Shoreham, Vermont (-11F)
If it will make you feel better, -11 Fahrenheit is
448.67 degrees Rankine (a scale that adds the number
'1' for every degree Fahrenheit above absolute zero).
I usually don't indulge in prognostications,
but this I guarantee: in July, during the inevitable
heat wave, EVERY TV station with a local newscast will
run video from the past two cold snaps (so far).
Methuen, MA: +2 and dropping
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