# Temperature Conversion Calculator

Now you can quickly find the equivalent temperature for all common __temperature measurements__. Celsius (°C), Fahrenheit (°F), Kelvin (K), Rankine, and Reaumur are the most popular, with Celsius and Fahrenheit clearly being the two most people see used in their local weather report. Just type in the temperature and calculate the figure. Simple! __Example__ * Convert 350 Fahrenheit to Celsius

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__Fun Facts__: Water freezes at 0°C or 32°F Water boils at 100°C or 212°F Fun Fact: A negative temperature is not possible, as most people had probably wondered and figured for themselves. Temperatures are only reported with a negative integer because of our translation from Kelvin, to Celsius or Fahrenheit. And mainly it's because these latter two measurements are most commonly used today, from our local weather forecast, on radio, in print, or on the television. For whatever reason Kelvin is just not popular and is only used by scientists. The Kelvin scale ends at absolute zero, or 0 K. *See our conversion calculator above. __Fun Fact__: The lowest possible temperature that could be reached anywhere, even in the farthest corner of the Universe, is absolute zero, or 0 Kelvin (K). Zero Kelvin is -460°F. How can there be a minimum temperature? Coldness is relative to the amount of heat, present, gained or lost, but the term cold is meaningless alone. Because matter does not get cold, or colder, it loses heat. That's the first thing to note. Objects (any, and all matter included) can only lose heat. You must think of it in this way. It's analogous to understanding: You don't get poor, or gain poorness, you lose your money. The reason there is an absolute minimum temperature is because there is a finite limit to how much heat an object could lose - which would be all of its heat. At this point it's at absolute zero, 0 Kelvin, no atoms are moving, and all heat (and energy) is completely gone. But for anything to reach absolute zero, it would have to also be so isolated, so it could not be influenced by anything else nearby, which would increase it's temperature. Gravity will always stir enough energy to create some degree of heat. And yes, even in space gravity is always present, even if it's extremely weak by human standards. This is why absolute zero is so absurdly unlikely to be met. It's never been recorded and some scientists believe it's impossible to reach absolute zero, much like how it's impossible to break the speed of light. There are limits in the world of physics, or in this case, thermodynamics, and the rules they present may not be broken. __Fun Fact__: Scientists have super-cooled testing materials below -459.99999°F, which is extremely close to reaching absolute zero. Unfortunately, the closer they get to absolute zero, the more difficult it is to continue dropping the temperature. __Fun Fact__: To find Kelvin, just add 273.15 to the Celsius temperature. Then you can take that figure and translate it to Fahrenheit. For example, water freezes and boils at 273.15 K and 373.15 K respectively. __Fun Fact__: There is no [°] symbol associated with Kelvin, it's simply represented with an upper-case letter K. Interesting note: Some believe in infinite smallness, the same way we all understand infinite largeness. Maybe reaching absolute zero is so seemingly impossible because of infinite smallness, which really does exist. Afterall, the difference between two integers, say from between 1 and 2, can actually be viewed as being a universe apart from each other, if the distance is broken up into small enough fractions, right? It's true. Find celsius, find fahrenheit, celsius fahrenheit, convert celsius, convert fahrenheit, temperature conversion calculator. Popular misspelling are very annoying, but here a few: Celsis, celcius, celsies, cellsius, celseis, celseeis. Here are also a few misspelling of *Fahrenheit*: Farinheit, farenhiet, farenheit, farenhieght, farenheight, ferinheit. It's amazing how often it's misspelled. Oh well.

 Celsius Fahrenheit Kelvin Romer Delisle Reaumur 1 celsius = 1 33.8 274.15 8.03 148.5 0.8 1 fahrenheit = -17.22222 1 255.93 -1.54167 175.83 -13.77778 1 kelvin = -272.15 -457.87 1 -135.37875 558.23 -217.72 1 romer = -12.38095 9.71 260.77 1 168.57 -9.90476 1 delisle = 99.33 210.8 372.48 59.65 1 79.47 1 reaumur = 1.25 34.25 274.4 8.16 148.13 1