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 Heat 101

Hottest recorded temperature in Chicago: 106 degrees.

Average temperature on Venus, the hottest planet in the solar system: 854 degrees.

All-time hottest karaoke song in the U.S.: Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock’s "Picture."

Position of heat on the list of weather-related killers: No. 1.

The hottest baby names in America in 2010: Jacob, Ethan, Isabella and Sophia.

The hottest baby names in America in 1910: John, James, Mary and Helen.

Hottest chili pepper on the planet: the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion.

Hottest player in the 2010–11 NBA season: MVP Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls.

How hot water needs to be in order to boil: 212 degrees. 

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