I knowone thing we've all learned through experience as kids are simple ideas...take ice for example.
Ice is frozen water. A very cold solid. When its heated up, it melts and becomes a liquid.
Simple. Or is it...?
Apparently scientists have been able to freeze water with heat.
Yes. At a certain level between hot and cold, water can be "supercool" which is where its basically freezing but still a liquid and as it heats up it solidifies.
Well I know one thing for sure if it is anything like dry ice I would not want to confuse supercool water with regular cool water, because that would probably suck.
What does this all mean?
Cool. Supercool. Get it? ... Anyways, the point is...don't think be fooled by thinking you really know what you think you know.