This "just" in- "Water Melts"
Yup, you read that right. I just read a post to me from a person that I usually ignore- his name is Mike Elzinga, and he is your normal clueless evoTARD. But anyway, take a look at what he said:
In case you think of melting temperatures as thousands of degrees, note that water melts at 0 Celsius; and most living organisms are made up of soft matter in the temperature range of liquid water. What happens to soft matter if you cool it sufficiently?
Has anyone ever seen water melting? Yes, ICE melts- SNOW melts- but water is already a liquid...