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Is styrofoam dry ice?

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Why isn't hot ice real ice?

Ice is simply water in solid form. Hot ice is the result of the crystallization of sodium acetate from a supersaturated solution.
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Is there ice in an asteroid?

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Why does humankind repeatedly return to the brink of disaster and so often get sucked into it?

At the world-wide scale, humanity has multiple ancient and deep-seated misconceptions that have yet to be correctly identified, and taken seriously, by a sufficiently broad (MORE)

Did God use men or women more in the Bible?

He used man first. (Adam) then Eve. But men were chosen much more often in the Bible. But women were the cause of the men. Jesus with Mary. Samson with his unknown mother. A (MORE)

What does the what-if Power Animals look like in their beast forms in Gaoranger?

The beast forms of the what-if Power Animals (similar to the Starbeasts from Gingaman) from Gaoranger (fan-fiction only) are: Gao Moose's beast form looks like a gray moos (MORE)

Why metals react by losing electrons whereas halogens react by gaining electron?

Metals have a few electrons fairly loosely bound in their outer "shells", while halogens have nearly-complete outer electron "shells". The most stable configuration for an a (MORE)