Almost every country uses Celsius degrees as a measure of temperature, but in the United States things are different. Although this is not a big problem, however, the use of the metric system is a lack of America.
For example, American children should learn two types of measures, making their teaching of science more difficult. US companies, meanwhile, need to produce additional products to export them to the countries that are following the metric system. So, the question is why the United States still use other measurement system?
Dion Lee explores these questions about the use of Fahrenheit’s degrees and other measures and analyzes US history in connection with the fact that the country is one of the three in the world that has not appropriated the metric system. Take a closer look at the video.