Celsius and the Fahrenheit are the two very well known measures of measuring the temperature for the climate, human body and every other living being. Celsius and the Fahrenheit have their own places of usages- for example, Fahrenheit is used widely in the United States and the Celsius is used majorly in the Asian continent and the other several parts of the world.
Here holding one of these temperatures as better over the other is purely a subjective matter which may vary from one person to the other. When we talk about the fact and the convenience of using both these measures of the temperatures, then undoubtedly Celsius is better on any given day, as it is far well defined and easy to use than the Fahrenheit.
Celsius is a kind of a universal measure which is very easy to be understood by anyone due to its straight values. The scale of the temperature starts being neutral from the value of 0 degree which is the temperature when the water starts freezing.
The 100 degree is the temperature when the water starts boiling, and that is the temperature in which no living beings can survive. Hence it would be fair to hold the Celsius as a better measure of temperature due to its easily understandable values.