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Danny Tetzl
Keegan Black
John Finnegan

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ab·so·lute tem·per·a·ture
/ˈˌabsəˈˌl(y)o͞ot ˈtemp(ə)rəˌCHər,ˈtemp(ə)rəˌCHo͝o(ə)r/

There are two kinds of absolute temperature: lowest to highest. When the highest absolute temperature is reached, the graphic designer is no longer willing to remain indoors behind their computer and feels the urge to go to the park with friends and drink beer. When the lowest absolute temperature is reached, the same scenario repeats but the beer is replaced with building a snow man.

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