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korny 07-19-2016 10:08 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by drizzleRomanceGirl (Post 4455098)
minus the earthquakes :P

what do earthquakes have to do with weather

drizzleRomanceGirl 07-19-2016 10:11 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by Arntonach (Post 4455105)
Except for the torrential rain, the droughts, the tourists and the hurricanes.

oh

but doesn't the rain usually only occur for about ten seconds every time throughout the day?

drizzleRomanceGirl 07-19-2016 10:12 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by korny (Post 4455108)
what do earthquakes have to do with weather

they're weather too

if hurricanes are weather then why aren't earthquakes? they're also natural, but they happen below the ground

V-Ormix 07-19-2016 10:12 PM

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bruhhh

korny 07-19-2016 10:33 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by drizzleRomanceGirl (Post 4455112)
they're weather too

if hurricanes are weather then why aren't earthquakes? they're also natural, but they happen below the ground

false. use google

drizzleRomanceGirl 07-19-2016 10:40 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by korny (Post 4455122)
false. use google

well either way is fine

i think of earthquakes as weather though

korny 07-19-2016 10:45 PM

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Facts don't care about what you think drg

MarioNintendo 07-19-2016 10:53 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by drizzleRomanceGirl (Post 4455085)
you multiply the celsius by 1.8 and then add 32 to get the same degrees in fahrenheit

Holy shit, how are fahrenheits still a thing!? This makes 0 sense.
Just reading wikipedia, the current definition of a fahrenheit seems to be "The temperature scale for which the freezing point of water is at 32 degrees, and boiling point is at 212 degrees".

I am baffled. This definition is even more random than I expected.

Edit: the 0 point of the unit was defined by a salt+ice solution of some Polish dude. Why does the US still support this ridiculous unit

Arntonach 07-19-2016 10:55 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by drizzleRomanceGirl (Post 4455112)
if hurricanes are weather then why aren't earthquakes? they're also natural, but they happen below the ground

Don't renew your scrip plz

drizzleRomanceGirl 07-19-2016 11:07 PM

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Originally Posted by MarioNintendo (Post 4455131)
Holy shit, how are fahrenheits still a thing!? This makes 0 sense.
Just reading wikipedia, the current definition of a fahrenheit seems to be "The temperature scale for which the freezing point of water is at 32 degrees, and boiling point is at 212 degrees".

I am baffled. This definition is even more random than I expected.

i mostly agree with you, except you can tell when it's extremely hot in fahrenheit when it's at least 100 degrees

TheRapingDragon 07-19-2016 11:18 PM

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Originally Posted by drizzleRomanceGirl (Post 4455137)
except you can tell when it's extremely hot in fahrenheit when it's at least 100 degrees

And you can't tell when it's extremely hot in celsius? Because how we name something changes what it is?

I'm not a fan of excessive heat so temperatures like this and last week are damn near unbearable. It was as high as 28 degrees yesterday and has averaged around 24-25 degrees all week. That's about 10 degrees higher than the average for July in Belfast.

Charu 07-19-2016 11:18 PM

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Michigan weather in the summer is usually gross

Because not only does it get hot, it gets super humid and hazy, GROSS

Charu 07-19-2016 11:19 PM

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I rather have 100 F dry heat weather than 90 F humid hazy

Charu 07-19-2016 11:20 PM

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I rather have a blizzard come and fuck us in the ass than have an entire month full of 90 F humid hazy muggy swamp ass weather

top 07-19-2016 11:21 PM

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Theres a 3 day heatwave coming to omaha. 100+ degrees supposedly..
Being as im a framer and tan decently, its time to tan!

Charu 07-19-2016 11:21 PM

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I rather have a sudden torrential amount of rain that can cause major flooding and possibly ruin someone's basement than have the summer be filled with these 90 F humid I wanna kill myself weather.

inDheart 07-19-2016 11:23 PM

Re: Why is it So Hot? :(
 
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Originally Posted by MarioNintendo (Post 4455131)
Holy shit, how are fahrenheits still a thing!? This makes 0 sense.
Just reading wikipedia, the current definition of a fahrenheit seems to be "The temperature scale for which the freezing point of water is at 32 degrees, and boiling point is at 212 degrees".

I am baffled. This definition is even more random than I expected.

Edit: the 0 point of the unit was defined by a salt+ice solution of some Polish dude. Why does the US still support this ridiculous unit

specifically that solution is brine which is kinda useful at least

the stupider one is the 100 F reference, which i've always heard is the empirical temperature of fahrenheit's wife's armpit

you only need two reference points to define your own temperature scale. we did it in middle school

top 07-19-2016 11:27 PM

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Originally Posted by drizzleRomanceGirl (Post 4455112)
they're weather too

if hurricanes are weather then why aren't earthquakes? they're also natural, but they happen below the ground

I like this way of thinking. Nature caused a change so its weather!

Ive been in one earthquake and it made the building i was in feel like it was really flimsy even though it was 4 stories tall and like the size of a block

top 07-19-2016 11:29 PM

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Originally Posted by rushyrulz (Post 4455092)
100F on Thursday in midwest

O u already said it my b.

yo man im awesome 07-19-2016 11:29 PM

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typically around mid 80's peaking around 90F right now on Long Island but humid enough to practically swim through the air

death is imminent


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