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SubjectRe: temperature standard - global config option?
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L. K. writes:

> Why not make it in Celsius ? Is more easy to read it this way.

No, because then the software must handle negative numbers for
cooled computers. CentiKelvin is fine. Do C=cK/100-273.15 if you
really must... but you still have a number that is useless to
a human. Humans need a seconds-to-destruction value or an alarm.

Negative temperatures do not really exist.





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