Why Comfortable Air Temperature is So Much Lower Than Body Temperature, The Controversial “Growing up Skipper” Barbie Doll, Why Crackers Have Holes and More
In this week’s “best of” our YouTube channel, we look at the Barbie whose breasts grew, why comfortable air temperature is so much lower than body temperature, if it’s possible to breastfeed with implants, why there are holes in crackers, the reason movie advertisements are called trailers and how anti-fog spray works. Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for many more videos like this.
Did the Makers of Barbie Really Used to Sell a Doll Whose Breasts Grew When Her Arm Rotated?
Why is Comfortable Air Temperature So Much Lower Than Body Temperature?
Is It Possible to Breastfeed with Implants?
Why Do Crackers Have Holes?
Why are Movie Advertisement Clips Called Trailers?
How Does Anti-Fog Spray Work?
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In the video about body temp/ambient temp, did you say that 4 degrees Celsius is the same as 25 degrees Fahrenheit?
If Bob and Doug McKenzie have taught me anything, the simple way to convert to metric is “double it, and add thirty”
That’s for converting from metric, not to it.
And 25°F is about -4°C, not 4°C