So when I go skiing and have a high-speed wipe-out, seeing as my skin doesn't melt, as snow and ice do, the friction caused by my skin on the piste should melt the snow, and leave my face unscathed! Or did I miss something - I who successfully failed all my science CSEs!Rhythm Thief said:That's about it Arch. All presented in a mock - serious style. The spoons were to show that ice melts at room temperature, whereas metal doesn't, ergo metal is stronger than ice and the Titanic couldn't possibly have been sunk by an iceberg. I believe it.
yes, originally to be called gigantic (name shelved post-titanic disaster) she was built and almost straightaway commandeered (sp?) by the military, and was sunk by a mine whilst doing hospital ship duty in 1914.Arch said:Isn't there also something about another ship called the Britannic? I can't remember the plot now...
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