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[livejournal.com profile] sema4_v is always complaining about how hot my house is, and I would agree that it has a tendency to overheat when the sun is shining (which is why I moved my office to the back of the house). However, he just made the rather implausible claim that 15 degrees Celsius is actually a comfortable room temperature.

I cannot find any mention of room temperature on the Internet using my usual TSOR strategy which matches this rather rash claim. I see that some SID/cot death website suggests that 16-20 is optimal for avoiding, well, cot death (but SID science is ephemeral at best), but everyone else in the world seems to think a comfortable room temperature is between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius.

Please comment if your own preferences fall outside the 20 to 25 range. I need to put a stop to this incorrigible whining.
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[livejournal.com profile] sema4_v is always complaining about how hot my house is, and I would agree that it has a tendency to overheat when the sun is shining (which is why I moved my office to the back of the house). However, he just made the rather implausible claim that 15 degrees Celsius is actually a comfortable room temperature.

I cannot find any mention of room temperature on the Internet using my usual TSOR strategy which matches this rather rash claim. I see that some SID/cot death website suggests that 16-20 is optimal for avoiding, well, cot death (but SID science is ephemeral at best), but everyone else in the world seems to think a comfortable room temperature is between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius.

Please comment if your own preferences fall outside the 20 to 25 range. I need to put a stop to this incorrigible whining.

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