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quarktime (Guest) March 26th, 2018, 5:25 pm
A seagull that can survive in 70 degree Celsius temperature?

Admit it. You have NO idea what Celsius temperatures are, do you? You've lived with Farenheit your entire life, haven't you?

100C is the BOILING POINT OF WATER. "Room temperature" is like 23C. 40C is 104F, so hot they warn people about too much exposure, and 50C is 120F, killing desert heat. 70C would kill a human being in seconds, scalded to death. That's 158F. That's almost the serving temperature for fast-food coffee, and some feel that's a good temperature for coffee if you want the most flavor out of it.

So that bird is flying around in temperatures around that of a hot cup of coffee and it's still alive. Is it some kind of mutant or alien seagull, able to survive scalding temperatures?
AsphaltEvidence March 26th, 2018, 5:46 pm
@quarktime: :)
Don't worry. Make some guesses.
Irimuka (Guest) March 30th, 2018, 10:47 pm
@AsphaltEvidence: Are the seagulls feathers protecting it from rads that are raising the temperature?
AsphaltEvidence March 31st, 2018, 11:05 pm
@Irimuka: Well I can't answer that! That would be a spoiler!