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Old 01-02-2006, 12:39 PM
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Post Freezing Hot Water: The Unexplained... Is it safe?

Well, I've just recently found a page describing the effects of a lower water temperature influencing a lower amount of time for it to freeze... but even so, scientists still haven't figured out why this happens, or what it's caused by. Is it safe to base a science fair project (an experiment) on this, even though they have not reached an explanation for their conclusion?

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That method doesn't seem to work. Only four options appear, and none of them are "Move Thread". Can't a moderator somehow move it to the correct location...?

Also, can't something like this also fall under the general category of physics?
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mayb it's cause the cold water is already cold and it can't change as fast. with the warm water, ther's like a big range to go so it goes faster?
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