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Is Ice More Compressable Than Gas?

The compressibility of water is a function of pressure and temperature. At 0 °C, at the limit of zero pressure, the compressibility is 5.1×10−10 Pa−1. At the zero-pressure limit, the compressibility reaches a minimum of 4.4×10−10 Pa−1 around 45 °C before increasing

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Nat Geo Blizzards

watching these blizzard cars stuck on highway videos feels like it needs a David Attenborough voiceover. This time of year, drive safe out there, or don't drive at all! ^198d6d

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Austin's Weird Climate

An uncommon characteristic of Austin's climate is its highly variable humidity, which fluctuates frequently depending on the shifting patterns of air flow and wind direction. It is common for a lengthy series of warm, dry, low-humidity days to be occasionally interrupted by very warm and humid days, and vice versa.