Originally Posted by SeanPatrick
That's cool. But Kelvin is not measured in degrees.
Or to put it more accurately:
Temperature is not measured in "degrees Kelvin".
The unit name is a Kelvin. 0°C = 273.15K ( not 273.15°K)
Kelvin is the basic SI unit of temperature
Temperature is generally measured in "degrees Fahrenheit", "degrees Celsius" or "Kelvins".
BTW, here's a tip for everyone: if you hold [ALT] and press  on a number pad, you get a degree symbol: °.
I always use Alt+0176 - °