"We learn that water solidifies at around zero degreecelcius. However, is it at the "real" temperature or the "feel" temperature?
For example, if the weather forecast says that the real temperature is 5 degrees celcius, but that it feels like -10 degrees celcius, will the water become ice?"
-Victoria (age 27)
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