• Stick to medical guidelines of at least eight glasses of alcohol per day, and no more than three units of waterI was wondering why I was feeling a bit ill-- I'd forgotten this important piece of advice.
A pedant writes...30 degrees Celsius is 303 K (237 + 30). "Twice as hot" would be 606 K, or 333 degrees Celsius (606 - 273), enough to cause some very nasty injuries if brought into sustained contact with the delicate parts of one's anatomy. 60 degrees C is only 333 K (273 + 60) and therefore just 10% hotter. Funny how the number 333 occurs in both calculations - pure coincidence I think, although added together they make 666 - gulp! So that's what you were really getting at?
Er, I was being ironic - I once did a Physics S level, you know. Mind you, it's completely useless: every time I apply for a job these days it has to be done via an online form, whose drop-downs in the 'Qualifications' section never have S levels. I'm not sure I know what an S level is anyway. Probably half as good as an AS level.
Cynical but amusing!!