TEMPERATURE SCALES AND ANCIENT RECKONING NUMBERS
Ancient reckoning numbers reflect a historically significant fractal number of 1.366. The relationship between the boiling and freezing points of water is also a fractal expression of a 1.366 number. Random coincidence? The author thinks not. Different thermodynamic temperature scales based on unit one are derived and presented in an effort to overcome the incomparable and difficult to manage numbers of the existing temperature scales. Also learn what the square root of three has to do with the temperature scales and the boiling/freezing points of water. By assigning either the boiling or freezing points of water the unit 1.0, the different scales become easily comparable, and the gradation scales become relevant for other measurements such as the chemical and physical constants of matter-energy.
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