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- From: John Nichols <cejn(--nospam--at)engmail.newcastle.edu.au>
- Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998 10:18:17 +1100
Dear John you wrote. Dear John, It must be really hot down under, since 90 degrees to you folks using the celsius thermometer translates to about 190 degrees to us in the U.S. - one of the last strongholds (except for the Navy) for the good old English units system (even the English gave in). Or are feet and inches making a comeback in the outback? John Sullivan I would say that I have been dealing with US types long enough to automatically translate to Fah. Last time I was in the outback one could fry an egg at midday on the car bonnet without it running. It was very hot. I regularly converse with someone in Wy who helps with my research. I now think in Mountain Time which is funny when someone comes into the room and asks the time and your out by 6 hours and a day. Thanks for your words. John Nichols
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