I know it would come up at some point, but we should all remember the Fahrenheit scale was developed for telling temperature at a scale that made sense for people: 100 is pretty hot, and 0 is pretty cold.
The Fahrenheit scale was developed to be as messed up as possibly, with totally arbitrary and irreproducible fixed points.
Oh, and btw, those points aren't 0F and 100F, they are 0F and, get this, 96F, with 96F being something as fuzzy as "human body temperature". Really great job, getting physiology into something that should be purely the realm of physics.
The only thing the Fahrenheit scale is good at is telling a serious fever from a not so serious one - the latter is above 100F.
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