What if there was no such thing as temperature?
Temperature is just a measurement we take that is a property of the junk around us. It is actually the measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in the materials we take a temperature of (usually air). Since particles always have at least some movement, they always have at least some kinetic energy and therefore temperature will always exist.
Ohh I thought you meant that the word temperature didn't exist. If there was no temperature/climate, we'd still probably come up with a name for the lack of it. Or we just would not know the difference.
We'd have another name for it. "temperature" is just a generally accepted term society uses to define climate. We'd probably call it "gobbly-goop" or something.
...we'd probably still think that ICE is a magic rock.
Why would we call it anything if it doesn't exist???
That's what I wanted to hear. Thank you so much!
We wouldn't... since WE wouldn't exist either...
You still be an idiot, asking dumb questions