If water has it's highest density at 4°C how come you can stand on ice but not on 4° cold water
Anomaly of water
I stood on your mother at 4• last night
You are a dumb faggot. "It's" is a contraction of the words "it is." "Its" is a possessive pronoun. You cocksuckers make me angry.
Are you sure? That would be the first time in my life I heard that.
Yeah. You just had a terrible education.
english is highly illogical
All English personal pronouns have a possessive form:
Her (same as object form)
Because ice is hard and water isn't
Because the hydrogen bonds water molecules create are weird as fuck m8.
Do you even know if you can stand on all solid phases on ice? You should test it. But yeah; what user here said. Water in its liquid form is a bunch of molecules which can move around as they please, within reason. The density of ice at room pressure is lower because the structure of solid water is unusual. That said, you can stand on very viscous fluids. Water is not at all viscous.
itt babby first high school science class
Fun fact…most niggers don't like being in water
water has a fourth state beyond a solid liquid or gas
I'm meet you there
Because they can sense magic, see this: >>6476508
Yeah. Water's weird.
troll science thread?
troll science thread
OP's thing isn't really troll science, it's just noticing that water is weird.
(((Einstein))) was a fraud.
Tesla was right.