Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by RollTide, Dec 21, 2008.
Actually snow and ice are the same thing. One is the crystalized form of water the other is the solid form of water. But what would I know having a degree in chemistry and all.
Don't use logic and scientific fact with Goat, it just makes too much sense.
You and him did the exact same thing: "They are the same thing, because....(enter 2 different descriptions)."
If you think snow and ice are the same, you're an idiot. Again, I suppose sleet and snow are the same too? Hail and rain?
Ok Mr Amazing, you are right. Everyone else is wrong. Science as we know it is wrong all because you said so. Never mind you can't actually back it up. You saying so is enough.
Now...tell us the difference between ice and snow?
Seems to me that it's kind of dumb to say that there's no difference between ice and snow. Otherwise we wouldn't have two different words. The main difference is density.
Breeze, Gale, Hurricanes, Cyclones, Typhoons and Tornadoes are all wind. They have different names but it's still wind. Just like Ice and Snow is still water.