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Does our “temperature sense” have a built-in sense of direction; that is, does hotter necessarily mean higher temperature, or is this just an arbitrary convention? Celsius, by the way, originally chose the steam point as 0°C and the ice point as 100°C.

Does our “temperature sense” have a built-in sense of direction; that is, does hotter necessarily mean higher temperature, or is this just an arbitrary convention? Celsius, by the way, originally chose the steam point as 0°C and the ice point as 100°C.

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