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 What is the highest recorded human body temperature?

Answer I've been a nurse for 18 years and have taken thousands and thousands of temperatures...Your temp 40.8C is 105.4F. The highest one I ever took was 105.2. The body can start having seizures around ... Read More »
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What was the highest recorded temperature at the North Pole?

The highest temperature ever recorded at the North Pole was 41 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature ranges from -58 degrees to 41 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature of the Antarctic Sea never goes ... Read More »
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What is the normal human body temperature in Celsius?

The equivalent to 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is 37 degrees Celsius.This is the "average" normal human body temperature, which is slightly lower in adults. The range is 36.8 degrees plus or minus 0.7 d... Read More »
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What is the highest recorded wind speed?

The highest recorded surface wind speed is 231 miles per hour. The gust was recorded in 1934 during a spring storm on top of Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Mt. Washington regularly experiences ... Read More »
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What is the highest vertical leap recorded in sports?

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