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Scientists Just Melted a Solid Below Its Freezing Point

by Ryan F. Mandelbaum, Gizmodo

Imagine you are standing in a freezer.

You look at an ice cube. “Ah, a solid, yes, this makes a lot of sense to me,” you think. But suddenly, it begins to melt. “Did someone turn up the temperature?” No. The laws of physics you remember from high school tell you this is impossible. You lose your goddamned mind. Continue reading Scientists Just Melted a Solid Below Its Freezing Point