So let’s get some unit conversions here between darisa units and the metric system. 0 degrees celsius is where water freezes. 100 degrees is the boiling point. What units do you use for measuring temperature and what is the temperature for pure water freezing/boiling?

Oh, ok! We measure temperature in claws. I think that comes from when thermometers were first invented. Supposedly the width of a claw was used on the first thermometers to spread out the tiny tick marks on the side for measuring with.

0 claws is what water freezes at and 625 is what it boils at. Is that helpful at all? People have asked before, and never seemed to get anywhere.

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