||[Aug. 30th, 2003|11:42 pm]
The Question Club
heres a question ive seen around, but have yet to find an answer to (if there is an answer):
if its zero degrees outside today and its supposed to be twice as cold tomorrow, what will the temperature be tomorrow?
ive thought about this a lot for a few months and never came up with anything. then the other day in geography, my teacher said, in a lesson about weather and such, that there is no such thing as cold, there is only the abscence of heat. likewise, there is no such thing as darkness, only the abscence of light.
i just want to know whats twice as cold as zero degrees.