If I am writing something that is likely to be read internationally but will mostly be read by people in the US I do as there person I responded to suggested and write 98.6° F (37° C).

My comment was just that for things in the common human use range, ambient and cooking temperatures, Fahrenheit is actually a better scale.

It’s not that I don’t like Celsius or international scales. I have no difficulty using any of them but 310.15° Kelvin would probably be more bewildering for most people in that context.

Maybe its just because 98.6 is a song from my youth ;0)

Retired and living my golden years in a world full of angry people.

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