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General Relativity Of Temperature

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why is 10c/50f so much more reasonable in april, as opposed to january?

during the day as opposed to night? humidity?



thank you for your consideration <3

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in principle, I think this might be the same idea:

why is 12 on my stereo's volume selection, 'wake the neighbours'-loud at 3am, but it's just run of the mill loud during the day?



does that mean, it's because everything is cold in the winter, it gets you to a more severe degree of irritation/invasion of comfort-zones?

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Hmmm, this is a good question. Temperature is always measured in the shade (i think) so you might be a little warmer under direct sunlight during April as opposed to January. That's my guess!

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