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I want to start by explaining a concept from physics known as latent heat, specifically the latent heat of fusion. Latent heat is the energy involved when materials change their phase, meaning they go from one form of a solid, … Continue reading
Here’s a quick clip from the PBS series NOVA showing a French scientist who studies glacial activity on Mont Blanc. Descending into a cave beneath the glacier, braving underground torrents of meltwater, he gets to see this: