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Opertone
Caldari
Deep Core Mining Inc.
Posted - 2010.06.19 18:40:00 - [31]
 

Iceland on Icecubes?

It's subliminal advirtising

Alar Tangor
Caldari
Decadence.
Posted - 2010.06.19 18:41:00 - [32]
 

Edited by: Alar Tangor on 19/06/2010 18:41:27
I'll go ahead and say its the first fallout from the black holes created by the LHC

or possibly its the same ice as the ice used in the G.I. Joe movie

Arminas Montello
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2010.06.19 19:05:00 - [33]
 

Ouu or they could have frozen whatever their drinking into ice cubes, which isn't water because u can clearly see its carbonated. And when u freeze carbonated drinkes generally it releases the gas making it more dense then the drink itself when u use them. Hence they tend to sink.

Majestic Moose
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:03:00 - [34]
 

Edited by: Majestic Moose on 19/06/2010 20:11:27
The ice cube was melting so its density was getting closer to liquid water's density at 0 C (0.9998425 g/cm^3 in standard state) which is still lower than liquid water's density close to freezing point - that's why generally you don't see water ice sink.

However you usually don't drink drinks close to freezing point.
Water's density starts to decrease again above ~3.98 C. For the melting ice cube to be able to sink Angel HUN's water had to be at least ~8.15 C (0.9998419 g/cm^3).

Alternative: Angel HUN was drinking ethanol-water compound above ~50 (m/m)% (for Et-OH).

So Sensational
Ministry of War
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:18:00 - [35]
 

Edited by: So Sensational on 19/06/2010 20:38:59
Originally by: Majestic Moose
Edited by: Majestic Moose on 19/06/2010 20:11:27
The ice cube was melting so its density was getting closer to liquid water's density at 0 C (0.9998425 g/cm^3 in standard state) which is still lower than liquid water's density close to freezing point - that's why generally you don't see water ice sink.

However you usually don't drink drinks close to freezing point.
Water's density starts to decrease again above ~3.98 C. For the melting ice cube to be able to sink Angel HUN's water had to be at least ~8.15 C (0.9998419 g/cm^3).

Alternative: Angel HUN was drinking ethanol-water compound above ~50 (m/m)% (for Et-OH).

Right, now explain what is happening to the ice right now, your theory might have worked before but does it still hold up?'

Also, how can one glass be reverse?

creone
SniggWaffe
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:22:00 - [36]
 

HE DRANK THE HEAVY WATER NOOOOOO!!!!!!

Tarok Baan
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:23:00 - [37]
 

Edited by: Tarok Baan on 19/06/2010 20:26:53
Also keep in mind that a solution of ice and water is somewhat exactly at 0 C and STAYS there until the water is entirely frozen or all ice melt away

Captain Campion
Viziam
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:40:00 - [38]
 

Edited by: Captain Campion on 19/06/2010 20:41:31
The ice also doesn't melt - which it would under studio lighting. So it's either uber-heat resistant ice - or it's not ice. Perhaps those glowy things have cooling too?

CCP Alice


Caldari
C C P Alliance
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:45:00 - [39]
 

I have all the answers to this mystery.. muhahahahahaha

That is all :)


Edna Sputum
Blueprint Haus
Get Off My Lawn
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:46:00 - [40]
 

Or, the ice cubes aren't actually made of ice.

But rather, made of plastic cubes made to look like ice.

I would have thought the LED lights inside them would have been a clue :)


Hustomte
The Knights Templar
R.A.G.E
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:47:00 - [41]
 

Plastic Ice-cubes with water in them ... when they warm up they sink to the bottom as their density changes. Hooray for "reusable" ice-cubes!

That is my guess anyway Wink

Huhni
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:52:00 - [42]
 

they clearly are void of airbubbles because cubes are so clear, so either reusable cubes like was said or some way of freezing them under pressure keeping air voids after

WredStorm
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:57:00 - [43]
 

Yup, my bet is on plastic ice cubes, filled with water that is initially frozen. They're good for drinks that you don't want diluted by having a real ice cubes melting in your drink (thus watering it down). When the water inside the plastic melts the plastic cube is denser than the water and thus sinks.

Zev Bashar
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:58:00 - [44]
 

Edited by: Zev Bashar on 19/06/2010 21:02:08
Edited by: Zev Bashar on 19/06/2010 21:01:43
Perhaps that's not water in that glass. Benzene, for example, has a much lower density than ice (and is transparent, like water). Water ice should sink in benzene.

SCIENCE!!1!11

Lykouleon
Wildly Inappropriate
Goonswarm Federation
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:59:00 - [45]
 

The ice-machine logs...

THEY SHOW NOTHING Shocked

Mariel Gude
Posted - 2010.06.19 20:59:00 - [46]
 

the logistics icecube was unable to keep it up under the massive thermal dps of the studio lighting...

hattifnatt
North Eastern Swat
Pandemic Legion
Posted - 2010.06.19 21:02:00 - [47]
 


r33f4b
Ex Coelis
The Bantam Menace
Posted - 2010.06.19 21:02:00 - [48]
 

There wasn't any water left in the glass, the other ice cubes were holding each other on top against the side of the glass except for the lone one at the bottom that decided to not partake in the team play Cool

HomeGrownBudZ
modro
R.A.G.E
Posted - 2010.06.19 21:03:00 - [49]
 

They were LED coasters. You can get perfectly clear ice cubes by agitating them during the freezing process, this releases all trapped air bubbles, so you don't get that white 'fuzz' in the middle. Using distilled water is also a part of it, as you wont freeze the minerals and 'floaties'. The ice was just ice...the coasters where just coasters....with LEDS. This is all just CCP smoke and mirrors to make them appear technologically superior.....to your fridge's ice maker Wink If they can make hi-tech ice cubes, serious internetz spaceship bizznizz is a cakewalk =P


BATMorpheous
Caldari
Paradigm Empire
Posted - 2010.06.19 21:04:00 - [50]
 

the "ice cube" sprang a leak and sank....

orrrr.......the ice cube just got fed up of being an ice cube and physics telling it what it can and cannot do and took the opportunity to go rogue on eve tv!

Quito PR
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2010.06.19 21:04:00 - [51]
 


CCP Claw

Posted - 2010.06.19 22:11:00 - [52]
 

Icelandic ice is too hardcore to conform to your rest-of-the-world physics.

Flekkie
Pinky and the Brain corp
Posted - 2010.06.19 22:23:00 - [53]
 

if ice is -10 C and the water is +22 C ice will sink cause of the density,
this is only when its pure water.
mostly we have colder ice and less warm liquid so it floats.

i quess they drink geyser water with almost melted ice cubes at ccp.

JitaBum
Gallente
Center for Advanced Studies
Posted - 2010.06.19 22:27:00 - [54]
 

Angel Hun's generously sized head has affected gravity

Seleene Diago
Polished Diamond Industries
Posted - 2010.06.19 22:33:00 - [55]
 

Originally by: JitaBum
Angel Hun's generously sized head has affected gravity


this

Hustomte
The Knights Templar
R.A.G.E
Posted - 2010.06.19 23:03:00 - [56]
 

Originally by: JitaBum
Angel Hun's generously sized head has affected gravity


ROFLMAO!!! Laughing

Angel HUN
Spricer
Raiden.
Posted - 2010.06.20 01:09:00 - [57]
 

Originally by: JitaBum
Angel Hun's generously sized head has affected gravity


Great quote or greatest quote?

CCP Soundwave


C C P Alliance
Posted - 2010.06.20 01:14:00 - [58]
 

I will reveal the secrets of ice tomorrow, so tune in.

Lithalnas
Amarr
Privateers
Privateer Alliance
Posted - 2010.06.20 01:24:00 - [59]
 

Edited by: Lithalnas on 20/06/2010 01:24:15
It could be a cube of glass, i have seen them used to make mixed drinks and keep the solution cold and not watered down.

Asok TheTemp
Posted - 2010.06.20 03:44:00 - [60]
 

They put a cube of Ice-3 in the glass.

Wiki link - Ice-III

It's denser than liquid water.


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