Rain shouldn't happen, according to basic physics.
When it comes to having clean water to drink, we need a space program.
Until now, we didn’t think water could do this.
844 million people don’t have access to clean water. This method, when perfected outside the lab, could help.
This could help advance our search for habitable exoplanets.
And it could make building a lunar base much more plausible.
Things just got far more complex.
Here's what that would mean for the environment (and our health).
Can hot water really freeze faster than cold water?
Solid, gas, liquid, and...second liquid?
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