|global temperature14-11-2020 11:01|
|I found this 20th century average of 12.7°C (54.9°F)|
The temperature underground, in caves is around 50-60 degrees. The temperature stays fairly consistent day/night, year around. Of course we don't typically live underground, or in caves much, anymore, so it doesn't matter to climate change.
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HarveyH55 wrote:duncan61 wrote:
That also depends on the location and depth of the cave.
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Into the Night wrote:HarveyH55 wrote:duncan61 wrote:
Yeah, I'm not a cave man, just something I remembered from a long time ago. The temperature stays pretty much the same, deeper you go. Maybe it's a place we can live, while the surface is scorched. Worked when it was a frozen wasteland...
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