Introducing the McKinney Temperature Scale

Introducing the McKinney Temperature Scale

Unlike most of you, for the longest time I've wanted to create an alternative scale to Fahrenheit, Celsius, and the less popular Kelvin and Rankine scales. I have tried several scales in the past, but the one that I have selected here is the one that I like most.

It's called the McKinney scale because that is my last name. To convert from Fahrenheit to the McKinney scale, simply divide by 0.8. And for Celsius, multiply by 2.25 and add 40. Please feel free to rate and/or comment. Thank you! :)

Chapter 1

Here are some temperature conversions.

-40 deg F (-40 deg C) = -50 deg M
-32 deg F (-36 deg C) = -40 deg M
-24 deg F (-31 deg C) = -30 deg M
-16 deg F (-27 deg C) = -20 deg M
-8 deg F (-22 deg C) = -10 deg M
0 deg F (-18 deg C) = 0 deg M
8 deg F (-13 deg C) = 10 deg M
16 deg F (-9 deg C) = 20 deg M
24 deg F (-4 deg C) = 30 deg M
32 deg F (0 deg C) = 40 deg M Freezing point of water
40 deg F (4 deg C) = 50 deg M
48 deg F (9 deg C) = 60 deg M
56 deg F (13 deg C) = 70 deg M
64 deg F (18 deg C) = 80 deg M
72 deg F (22 deg C) = 90 deg M Average room temperature
80 deg F (27 deg C) = 100 deg M
88 deg F (31 deg C) = 110 deg M
96 deg F (36 deg C) = 120 deg M
104 deg F (40 deg C) = 130 deg M
112 deg F (44 deg C) = 140 deg M
120 deg F (49 deg C) = 150 deg M

Other Temperatures

Lowest temperature: -459.67 deg F (-273.15 deg C) = -574.59 deg M
Room temperatures: 60-84 deg F (16-29 deg C) = 75-105 deg M
Human body temperature: 98.6 deg F (37 deg C) = 123.2 deg M
Boiling point of water: 212 deg F (100 deg C) = 265 deg M

Meeting Points

Fahrenheit and Celsius: -40
Fahrenheit and McKinney: 0
Celsius and McKinney: -32

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