Freezing in the dark
It's not super-cooled water, the vibration would have frozen it before the cube even touched it.
K-Y drippings from Shillary's snooch?
Gottdammit! There goes that fucking copy/paste bullshit happening on its own in this fucking horseshit Blogsnot comment platform.
Hm....power steering fluid?I know it's not antifreeze :)
Probably not this...http://www.fotothing.com/photos/fe9/fe969427c1312692254554c691f38379.jpg...but Aggie can have a pleasant afternoon experimenting.-DV
I'd guess it was a super-saturated solution of any number of salts. Lowering their temp. PLUS the roughness of the ice cube, would induce crystal formation.
I suspect the liquid is not water. Something with a low freezing point, perhaps? I suppose I could research this shit but I'm too busy looking at naked ladies...... Mr Green, stop being a teasepot.
The viscosity suggests some oily organic compound, close to its freezing point. I've had bottles of DMSO freeze in our stockroom during the winter, although this could be any number of organic compounds which are liquids at room temperature but freeze well above 32 F.
Looks like a solution of coppersulfate and water, but it could be what B.C. said! LOL!Me.
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