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Friday
Mar122010

Heat: A Visual Tour of What's Hot

 

Our friend, Jess Bachman from WallStats.com, created Heat: A Visual Tour of What’s Hot or Not in the Universe for Rasmussen College.  This fun infographic lines up real-life examples across the entire scale of temperature.

I really like this one, its fun.  Basically it a huge ordered list of temperatures.  Sometimes it just helps to see everything all in one go, to add some perspective.  Also there are cool factoids and such scattered about.  To support my work please digg it and tweet it or otherwise spread the good word!  Thanks y’all.


 

There are a few humorous entries included in the scale, like the melting point of ice cream at 5°F.  The entire infographic can be seen on the Rasmussen College website.  You can see Jess’ own comments on his blog.

 

Nice job Jess!

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Reader Comments (3)

Shouldn't the Fahrenheit temperature under "Lowest Recorded" be nagative? Looks like a typo.

March 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAmbuj Saxena

Kelvins are not measured in degrees.

March 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterKooter

This graphic really puts into perspective where these temperatures are. The fact that a self-cleaning cylce is 900f is a little surprising.

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