In science class, we were studying the water cycle. Then Rob, wondering if it was related, showed us a video of someone who had water in one cup and whiskey in another, put the water on top and the whiskey on bottom, and the whisky rose to the top! It was zoo cool! And that got us thinking about a type of experiment we could do at school sort of like that (because we might not have been able to bring whiskey to school). And so we decided to play with hot and cold water (using food coloring to tell the difference). It was so cool to see the differences that adding and taking away heat can make. First of all when we first put the ink into the hot and cold water, it dispersed a lot quicker that in the cold water. I mean a lot. The reason being, hot water has more energy than cold water because it expands and is more active. It also rises, so when we put a droplet of cold water into the hot water it sank down before it dispersed. When we put a droplet of hot water into cold, it kinda chilled at the top slowly sinking and dispersing. It was really fun and interesting to se the differences and make connections. Carwai could have just told up the reasons for everything but we would have never imagined it as drastically different to go with or without heat.