If I augment the temperature
by 180 degrees, the gas will dilate 180/480 and will displace 16,740 cubic feet more, and its ascensional force will be augmented by 1,600 pounds.
But my boy," he continued, "doesn't that temperature
reading mean anything to you?
The rigorous winters and sultry summers, and all the capricious inequalities of temperature
prevalent on the Atlantic side of the mountains, are but little felt on their western declivities.
It possesses zones of perpetual springs, summers, autumns, and winters; every Jovian may choose for himself what climate he likes, and there spend the whole of his life in security from all variations of temperature
He told Kama as much, but on the third day the temperature
began to rise, and they knew snow was not far off; for on the Yukon it must get warm in order to snow.
But we have seen that at Bahia Blanca, which is four degrees southward and therefore with a climate only a very little colder, this same temperature
with a rather less extreme heat, was sufficient to awake all orders of animated beings.
But in little domestic difficulties, where the penalty of consumption, or death, is out of the question, this theory of Configuration sometimes comes in awkwardly; and I must confess that occasionally when one of my own Hexagonal Grandsons pleads as an excuse for his disobedience that a sudden change of the temperature
has been too much for his Perimeter, and that I ought to lay the blame not on him but on his Configuration, which can only be strengthened by abundance of the choicest sweetmeats, I neither see my way logically to reject, nor practically to accept, his conclusions.
Calm yourself, my worthy friend," replied Barbicane; "the projectile withstood a very much higher temperature
than this as it slid through the strata of the atmosphere.
The cracking and booming of the ice indicate a change of temperature
Its physical condition is still largely a mystery, but we know now that even in its equatorial region the midday temperature
barely approaches that of our coldest winter.
of the regions west of the Rocky Mountains is much milder than in the same latitudes on the Atlantic side; the upper plains, however, which lie at a distance from the sea-coast, are subject in winter to considerable vicissitude; being traversed by lofty "sierras," crowned with perpetual snow, which often produce flaws and streaks of intense cold This was experienced by Captain Bonneville and his companions in their progress westward.
Mingott issued an imperial summons to him to come and compare diets as soon as his temperature
permitted; for old Catherine was now the first to recognise that one could not be too careful about temperatures