I feel like this isn’t fully commiting to using kelvin when every number ends in 3. But thanks, I’ll look this up when watching the weather forecast on science channels.
Only nerds use kelvin.. Oh wait
It’s like when you had no physics at school
If you want to know what how much x-amount Kelvin is, just subtract 273,15 from the „Kelvin-number“ and you have the temperature in Celsius.
0 K = -273,15 °C
273,15 K = 0 °C
and if you want to know how much x-amount of °C in Kelvin is, just add 273,15…
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