The Physics of Materials at Minus 80 Degrees Celsius

The Physics of Materials at Minus 80 Degrees Celsius

If you know two corresponding temperature values in both °C and °F, you can set up an equation that converts from Celsius to Fahrenheit.You can also use your basic algebraic skills to change this into an equation that takes the temperature in Fahrenheit and converts to Celsius.

In an Odd Twist, Cleaner Air in China May Mean a Warmer Earth

In an Odd Twist, Cleaner Air in China May Mean a Warmer Earth

In fact, China’s push to continue cleaning up its air in the future could warm the entire northern hemisphere by 0.1 degrees Celsius by the end of the century, making it even tougher to keep the Earth’s temperature below the 1.5 Celsius degree (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) warming limit that scientists say is necessary to avoid severe weather disruptions, increased rainfall, sea level rise, droughts, and other disastrous climate change effects by the year 2100.