Calibrating the first thermometers must've been tricky because they didn't have any thermometers yet, amirite?

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Freezing and boiling. are near absolutes. depending on sea level I think.

The rest... and the inbetween.. that's all fractals, divisions, and hell to think about.

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Ya get some ice, ya get some boil. Bish bosh

@Mytokhondria Ya get some ice, ya get some boil. Bish bosh

Ice is a state...3 dimensional , maybe temp is a 4th...how do u know it all freezes at the same temp without a termomitor

They had the freezing and boiling points of water for calibration purposes, as they do today for ordinary thermometers.

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