Fahrenheit


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German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)

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New York (USA), July 18 (ANI): Temperatures in the United States are set to rise in next few days, with predictions that the mercury will hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) in certain parts of the country, especially its East coast.
Fahrenheit Janjep Carlos (center) is flanked by his runners-up Kevin Garcia (left) and Macky Belen.
"Fahrenheit 11/9" opened with $3.1 million in 1,719 cinemas -- a huge debut for most documentaries but a fraction of the $23.9 million opening generated in 2004 by Moore's record-breaking "Fahrenheit 9/11." That film went on to make $222.4 million worldwide, a record for documentaries.
So reads the provocative slogan on posters for Michael Moore's latest film, Fahrenheit 11/9.
Around the same time a 78-year-old man was rushed unconscious to hospital in Murcia in south-east Spain as temperatures there surpassed the 40 degree Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit mark).
Smashing more heat records, temperatures reached 110.1 degrees Fahrenheit (43.4 Celsius) on January 27 at Puerto Madryn, Argentina, 'the highest temperature ever recorded so far south anywhere in the world.'
However, Cabrera said that Fahrenheit, which is in the business of port operations and other related businesses for the past 20 years, has been 'operating as a law-abiding and responsible business entity.'
In 1913, it posted the hottest day ever recorded on Earth with temperatures of 56.7 degrees Celsius (134 degrees Fahrenheit).
At 40.1 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit, Melbourne, 550 miles southwest, was comfortable only by comparison.
Fahrenheit IT said, with the acquisition, it will further expand into the Midwest as well as strengthen its presence in the major IT staffing markets of Dallas and Atlanta.
For those who live in metric measure countries, the key mark is when the thermometer hits 40 (104 Fahrenheit).
Researchers from Germany's Max Planck Institute for Chemistry and the Cyprus Institute found that, by the middle of this century, temperatures in the regions would not drop lower than 86 degrees Fahrenheit at night during the warmest periods, with temperatures potentially hitting 114 degrees Fahrenheit during the day.
Its thin tip enables easy measurement, displaying an accurate reading between -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 660 degrees Fahrenheit in under 5 seconds.
19 February 2016 - France-based technology consulting firm Capgemini has acquired US- and UK-based design firm Fahrenheit 212, the company said.