Hot Nickel Ball on ice? What could go wrong?

YouTuber carsandwater does some interesting experiments form time to time and you can stare at the videos for minutes wondering how those experiments work. If you drop a hot Nickel ball on ice it will just cut through the ice faster that you would think it would.

It manages to go through half way of the ice and then it stops, but the water left behind is hot. Interesting experiment, but don’t try this at home. Is there any study somewhere which could state how fast could a hot ball go through the ice depending on size and temperature? That would be interesting.

Via [Mashable].

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