Water, Ice and Steam
For some reason I am getting flak for saying that ice is not water, even though I clarified that by stating ice is water that has been frozen.
My reasoning is as follows:
1- Water is a liquid
2- Ice is a solid
3- Steam is a vapor(gas)/ mist
For example when I order a double Captain on the rocks I get a good amount of Captain Morgans poured over ICE. I do not get a good amount of Captain poured in some water.
When I go into a resturant and order a glass of water without ice, they do not bring me an empty glass. If I just order a glass of water they do not bring me a glass of ice nor a glass of steam. Unless they are out of ice I would get a glass of water with some ice floating in it.
So bartenders know and understand the difference between the three. Waiters and waitresses also know and understand the differences between the three.
I am going to go out on a limb here and say that it is a given that most people know and understand the difference between the three.
Not only that we can DEMONSTRATE the differences.
Yet I have this alleged PHD in chemstry- Doc Bill- telling me that I am a moron for suggesting there is a difference.
Another Tard Bloviating Chicanery