In the spirit of compromise I propose a new, better, temperature unit, Radians Kelvin (rK).
To calculate, take absolute temperature in Kelvin and divide it by 360/τ.
Advantages include:
✔ easy to handle numbers like 5.12 rK for room temperature, 4.77 and 6.51 rK for respectively the freezing point and boiling point of water
✔ based on scientific measurements but is statistically guaranteed to piss at least some scientist off by using both Tau and referring to "degrees kelvin"
✔ I am running out of things to put on this slide and hope you stopped reading earlier out of desperation

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