- Which novel by American writer Ray Bradbury is named after the temperature at which book paper catches fire?
- Where is colder, the South or North Pole?
- What is the specific duty of a hot walker?
- What is the average human body temperature in degrees Celsius?
- In physics, what name is given to the production and behaviour of materials at very low temperatures?
- Which is the hottest planet in our solar system?
- Name the only two elements that are liquid at room temperature?
- At what temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit the same?
- Which city is the coldest capital in the world?
- Which temperature scale is an absolute thermodynamic temperature scale using absolute zero as its null point?
- Which 1932 comic novel by Stella Gibbons parodies accounts of rural life?
- What was the Celsius scale previously known as?
- Scoville Heat Units are used to measure what?
- "Hot Stuff" is a song by which American singer?
- By the end of the 20th century, which major country was the only one in the world that used Fahrenheit and not Celsius as its official temperature scale?
- On the Fahrenheit scale, what is the boiling point of water?
- 'Caliditis' is the translation of the word temperature in which language?
- In thermodynamics, what name is given to the point where the temperature and pressure of the gas, liquid, and solid phases of a substance coexist in thermodynamic equilibrium?
- At the end of World War II, which English writer was the first to use the term 'cold war', in his essay "You and the Atomic Bomb"?
- In which country was a temperature 33 million times hotter than that of the Sun’s core achieved in 2012?
- Fahrenheit 451
- South Pole
- Walks horses (a groom or stable worker who walks hot, sweaty horses after a workout)
- 37 degrees Celsius (36.6 degrees Celsius)
- Mercury and Bromine
- Minus 40 degrees
- Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia)
- The Kelvin Scale
- Cold Comfort Farm
- The centigrade scale
- The spiciness or heat of peppers and other spicy foods
- Donna Summer
- USA (also the Bahamas, Belize, Liberia and the Cayman Islands)
- 212 degrees Fahrenheit
- Triple point
- George Orwell
- Switzerland (at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider)
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