JREED23 wrote:Mr. Crackerz wrote:Yeah, America wants to be unique with its dumb measurements. Celsius is more precise than Fahrenheit. Though what bothers me more is that the U.S. doesn't use the metric system.
America isn't the only nation that STILL uses Fahrenheit (Fahrenheit is older), in fact most developed nations used it at one point (imperial system is what some call the old system) until the metric system came along.
Actually F is more precise than C take into consideration:
100 F = 38 C
80 F = 27 C
100 - 80 = 20
38 - 27 = 11
20 - 11 = 9; That's 9 degrees of more accuracy.
I'm not saying US system (imperial) > metric though, metric is better IMO because it is waaaay easier to convert.
As an American that is familiar with both systems, I don't care what we use but in reality it is a bigger hindrance for other nations that we don't use the metric system because the massive majority of international media (books, movies, video games, etc.) that is either produced in the US or targeting the US market utilizes the imperial system for our benefit.
Little off topic: Out of curiosity googled "why the US doesn't us the metric system" and it's just crazy the volume of senseless anti-American comments you receive when you try to look at anything like that, people are so ignorant.
I was just thinking about that yesterday... I wonder if Farenheit Air Conditioning systems cost more then the Celcius Air Conditioning systems.
I asked that cause of the Electronics and being able to measure the PRECISENESS of the Temp!
You know i couldn't really be fucked researching something like that... But it just got me thinking & am baffled that's what we waffling on in the Random Babble at the moment.