The only thing I have heard is what the "Lake Detective" on Garage Logic has mentioned, no other theory has come up. What makes water not freeze? Warm temperature. If the air above is cold, where can the heat come from? Below the ground. Theory is warm ground water rising from below. I think the term was "warm ground water discharge" or something like that. That's all I've heard, anyone else?
Originally Posted by thorseshoeing
I've got a set of hand cuffs, ...and try as I might, I could not choke myself.
'Damn it, Otto, you're an alcoholic.' 'Damn it, Otto, you have lupus.' One of those two doesn't sound right.
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