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Reesh, the site sounded pretty good, until I read the conclusion:
"So, if you took a tiny bit of really cold water in a glass, and put it outside on a cold day in Alaska, it would freeze a lot faster than a big glass of hot water outside on a cold day in Georgia."
I think the kid is even more confused now then ever before. I'm sure she understands the concept, but now no longer wants to have anything to do with water anymore.
Boon: I think by now that you have solid ice. Or at least close to it. It takes a good 3 to 4 hours for ice to freeze in a freezer if you used regular tap water; quicker if you used water that was already in the fridge.
YANKEES FAN SINCE BIRTH!
I was fucking around...that's what ggogle gave me...I find that it takes about 3 hours in my freezer to make ice...I will never make another joke as long as I live...so help me God!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
To answer this question, fill your ice tray and stand there in front of the freezer and just watch it. Let us know when it freezes.
HAHA Jon! But I just went and checked. I got some solid cubes on the left. Some semi-solid cubes in the middlr, and pretty much water on the right. Now, here is the burp in what everyone is going to think. The compressor and vent that lets the cold air into the freezer is over the watery cubes. And it blows directly down , too.