The temperature in degrees on the Celsius Scale goes from 0 (freezing) to 100 (boiling) based on the states of distilled water at sea level atmospheric pressure. So...
Why is normal (everyone has it) body temperature exactly at 37 degrees? I mean, is it possible there is some sort of conspiracy somewhere? Consider, in Fahrvergnügen scale (yeah, it's a joke), body temperature is 98.6... not an exact integer. Yet the Celery Scale is based on a natural thing for water.
How's that for warm? :)
Speaking of warm, what exactly IS "warm"? 50 degrees below zero is warm compared to the temperature of liquid nitrogen but it's cold compared to liquid water. For that matter, what is "cold"? I think both, "warm" and "cold" are political statements. And then, there's "fast" and "slow", "pretty" and "ugly" (and even "pretty ugly"!)
Okay... I'm finished my arguments. Any disagreements?