Superionic Ice, or Water Simultaneously Solid and Liquid, Exists

A theoretical discovery dating back to 1935 by Percy W Bridgman, superionic ice—a state of water that’s both liquid and solid under extremely high pressure and temperatures—couldn’t be proven by scientists. That is, until now. Through a process involving diamond anvils and intense bursts of laser, a super-dense form of ice transforms into superionic ice. Here H2O severs, causing crystalline oxygen to harden with hydrogen …

The Lightest Form Of Water Yet Discovered: Gel-like Ice

It may come as a surprise to most that there’s not just one type of ice. In fact, there are 17—varying substantially in structure and weight—and an 18th “in development.” Only two types appear naturally on Earth, the common hexagonal version and upper-atmosphere cubic ice, but scientists have been able to produce “a type of porous, lightweight ‘aeroice’” according to New Scientist. Pressure causes variations …

Oxygenated Water’s Benefits

Natural energy boosts and quicker recovery from OXiGEN bottles and shots

Nobody can deny the value of oxygen, but breathing isn’t the only way to get it into our bodies. Drinking oxygenated water offers an easy-to-use way to get a lot of oxygen into your system quickly—great for endurance and recovery. OXiGEN water offers both a standard water bottle or a salinated shot small enough to carry through security or in your workout shorts. Their methodology …