tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2932777540194207134.post3805930607230882758..comments2015-08-29T05:34:52.085-07:00Comments on Meandering In Lotus Land: RecyclingWaynehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00763611338613325523noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2932777540194207134.post-47288266308901013102009-11-19T11:07:49.060-08:002009-11-19T11:07:49.060-08:00I was already out of school when Canada went metri...I was already out of school when Canada went metric. In fact, Canada only 'sort of' went metric. We use a mish-mash of metric and imperial measure. Just like we use a mish-mash of English and French.<br /><br />You were close Karin, the formula you were using is for converting kph to mph. To convert Cº to Fº you multiply by the hypotenuse and divide by your age. Unless it's -Cº and then of course it's the other way around.<br /><br />Frankly, I'm surprised I remembered that, I'm usually terrible at math.Waynehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00763611338613325523noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2932777540194207134.post-73044427250318335042009-11-19T07:22:54.490-08:002009-11-19T07:22:54.490-08:00I see it's raining out your way today. And it&...I see it's raining out your way today. And it's 8 degrees celsius, whatever that is. I know there's some formula -- add 50 divide by 3, multiply by pi, or something like that.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com