A dog called Pebbles?
piobbuR who still prefers Kelvin (pereferably expressed with hexadecimal digits).
PS. There is actually a fourth scale (with some but fortunately very limited use), the Rankine svcale . It's like Kelvin in the sense that absolute zero==0, but unlike Kelvin it's based on Fahrenheit., Thus 0C==273.15K==32F==491.67. FACEPALM!!!! DS
PPS. Actually there are even more scales. Wikipedia lists 4 additional temperature scales (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scale_of_temperature) DS.
Fixed that for you.I have my own scale too:
"Shit! It's freezing, I need my winter coat, gloves, scarf and 3 layers" - Beast of the East cold wave. Think Kansas in mid-January.
"It's cold. I've got my winter coat on" - Think Kansas for everything else between November to the first half of March
"It's getting warm, I'll just wear my hoodie" - Think Kansas in October or the last half of March through the first half of May. (Hope it's a water-proof hoodie.)
"It's really nice now. Go out in t-shirts and shorts" - Think Kansas in the last half of September and the last half of May
"I'm dying here!" - The rest of the year in Kansas
Mine would be shorter:
"It's really nice now. Go out in t-shirts and shorts" - Think Brisbane all year long!!
I thought INFRA was some kind of London Tube ? The picture looks to me like that …