tempuritur is fake and gay

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
21M

not when youre as hot as my and my friends

until your altitude gets so high you start approaching the sun…

I paused to check the distance, and you beat me to it.

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
23M

oh i shouldve stated the higher your altitude

in the atmosphere

Needs qualification. That is true for near-earth altitudes, but quickly loses accuracy as the distance increases. For example, at certain locations at an altitude of 94.497 million miles, the temperature is quite high.

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
33M

i shouldve specified the higher your altitude

in the atmosphere

@Broc_Liath
33M

Even then it’s surprisingly not true. Once you leave the troposphere temperature starts to rise with altitude: Solar radiation is being filtered less (epic tan) and the air isn’t dense enough to act as an efficient heat pump (no wind chill)

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
33M

ok smarty pants

you think youre so smart

well answer me this smart guy

why does earths atmosphere have so much oxygen and so little carbon dioxide

it clearly used to have much much more carbon dioxide just like mars and venus

where did it go hot shot

@Broc_Liath
43M

The dinosaurs ate it all.

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
23M

yes exactly

and then where did they poop it out

We knew what you meant, but were just fucking with you as an excuse to bump your post.

The baseline temperature of outer space, as set by the background radiation from the Big Bang, is 2.7 kelvins (−270.45 °C; −454.81 °F).

Anyway, I’m just happy to live in a place where the average summer temperature is mid 70s. Currently 76F at 2:36 pm. And note that I’m only 35 feet ASL.

https://www.windy.com/-Webcams/United-States/California/Santa-Cruz/Main-Beach/webcams/1578102151?temp,36.962,-122.848,9

This is an 8 minute walk. The inland dwellers come to the beach to temporarily escape the excessive heat in their locations.

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
33M

california eh

death valley is one of the lowest places on dry land in the entire world

and the hottest place on earth

coincidence

no lol

Was 113F in Furnace Creek earlier. The hunt for the death valley Germans is an interesting read if you like maps, obsessions, and foreigners doing strange things.

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
33M

Temperature gauge read 111 today when I was taxiing, but that was on asphalt.

I’ll check out that book! Thanks!

@clamhurt_legbeard
creator
33M

awesome thank you!

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