The temperature scale.

  • docRoboRobert
    31st January Member 0 Permalink

    So, I want to make a new save. There would be a big scale with temperatures from 0K to 340K. I've made some, but I want your suggestions. Post there your temperature ideas.

     

    70 - Air is too hot to breath.

    60 -

    50 - Wax melts in your candle.

    40 -

    36 - Human body temp. if you're healthy.

    30 - Melting point of chocolate.

    27 - Highest temp. on Mars.

    26 - Cesium melts in your hand.

    20 - Brazilians turn on their heaters.

    18 - Room temperature.

    15 - Average Earth's  temperature.

    10 - African tribes are shivering.

    4 - Your fridge temp. Water is the most dense.

    0 - Water freeze (273,15K). (in 1013hPa)

    -4 - Ice cream temp. Mmm.....

    -5 - Tropical tribes extint. Canada plays on ice and says sorry.

    -7 - Melting point of Bromium.

    -10 -

    -20 - Auto-ignition temperature of triethylborane.

    -30 -

    -39 - Freezing point of Hg.

    -40 - Mexicans freeze to death, but still hate Trump.

    -45 - Your saliva freezes in the air.

    -50 - European cars don't work.

    -55 - Russians don't have to go to school.

    -60 - Average temp. on Mars.

    -65 - Russians close widwows in their bathrooms.

    -70 - Polar bears migrating on the South.

    -75 - Russians wear gloves even when they drink vodka.

    -80 - It's too cold to use your brain.

    -90 - The lowest temp. on Earth.

    -100 - Hell is frozen.

    -110 -

    -114 - Vodka freezes; Russians are angry.

    -120 -

    -130 - Surface of Jupiter.

    -140 -

    -150 -

    -160 -

    -170 -

    -180 -

    -190 -

    -196 - Liquid nitrogen turns banana into hammer.

    -200 -

    -210 - Solid nitrogen.

    -220 -

    -230 -

    -240 - Triton - The coldest moon.

    -250 -

    -260 -

    -269 - Helium is liquid and has an interesting propeties.

    -270 - Water is superfluid now.

    -271 - Temperature of deep space radiation.

    -272 - Even Helium becomes solid.

    -273,15 - Absolute Zero (0K). There can't be colder. Can it?

    <-273,15 - Is it even possible with quantum physics?

    Edited 10 times by docRoboRobert. Last: 20th March
  • New_man99999
    31st January Member 0 Permalink

    I think...It`s good idea

  • docRoboRobert
    2nd February Member 0 Permalink

    Hey, Is anybody here?! I need suggestions!

  • TPT_PL
    2nd February Member 0 Permalink
    -20 - Auto-ignition temperature of triethylborane. Wow.
    -210 - Liquid nitrogen, a chilling wave.
  • docRoboRobert
    6th February Member 0 Permalink

    Ok, I need more suggestions!

  • QuanTech
    6th February Member 1 Permalink

    -274.15 -  The temperature of my soul

    -273.16 + 10 nano Kelvin - Average temperature at which a quantum computer is refrigerated at (nerd alert)

    9000 - my power level

    1500 - Melting temp of IRON

    There would be a big scale with temperatures from 0K to 340K

    whoops.

    Edited 3 times by QuanTech. Last: 7th February
  • techyman305
    6th February Member 0 Permalink

    -40 - Spit goes "Clink"

  • minecraft-physics
    10th February Member 0 Permalink
    If you're interested in negative temperatures, they do, in a sense exist.
  • docRoboRobert
    20th March Member 0 Permalink

    I've added few temperatures, but I still need more suggestions.