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Convert thermodynamic temperature

Convert thermodynamic temperatures.

Note: Temperatures can't really go below Absolute Zero (0 kelvin). That means conversions like negative 3000°C make no real world/physics sense, since Absolute Zero using degree Celsius would be -273.15°C. Results will still be shown, but for fun only.

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