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If the temperature is zero degrees C and the weatherman says it will be twice as cold tomorrow ...what will the temperature be tomorrow ?

What about windchill?

even though this is a bit of fun why are people just coming up with figures and no explanation of how they came up with it ? Int that a teensy bit pompous to assume that everyone will accept that they are correct?

-137° C

Well, that weatherman can't be correct because 0 degrees C = 273.15 K, and twice as cold will then be 136.575 K, or -136.575 degrees C. I think the whole world would come to a stop if it were to become that cold...

Stands to reason it will be 16F.Probably.

Obviously, it will be 245.8 degrees.

If 70°F (21°C) is considered "comfortable".So... 0°C would be 21 degrees Cold.So, twice as cold would have to be -21°C, or -6°F

Good spot on the Rankine!

"What is twice as cold as 0 degrees?" (in ANY scale)