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    • #36270

      Does anyone know any shops that sell Rivertherm Digital Thermometer mines packed in probably got too cold.

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      TF_big jake
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      If it bust cos it got too cold, why would you want another one????

    • #89316

      http://www.rivertherm.co.uk/index.htm

      Try contacting then direct.

    • #89331

      That was a joke little jake chill out a bit.

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      Ander son
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      Vince Nowell
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      Various authors have credited the invention of the thermometer to Hero of Alexandria. The thermometer was not a single invention, however, but a development. Hero of Alexandria (10–70 AD) knew of the principle that certain substances, notably air, expand and contract and described a demonstration in which a closed tube partially filled with air had its end in a container of water. The expansion and contraction of the air caused the position of the water/air interface to move along the tube.

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