In Reply to: Re: Oil, Conventional or Synthetic posted by steveVa on December 12, 2017 at 11:49:19:
Another fact: 0° Celsius equals 32° F. Water freezes at 32° F. Absolute Zero equals: -273.15° C or -459.67° F. One misconception many people often make is that Zero Degrees is Absolute Zero. It is not and very technical to explain here so look it up yourself if want to learn more. It's similar to the misconception that iron and cast iron are the same thing. They are two very different terms. It is only a coincidence that the word "iron" appears in both. The same can be said about Zero Degrees and Absolute Zero. Next week we'll discuss wind chill factor...