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My ninth grade science teacher once told me that if you put a frog in boiling water, it'll jump out. But if you put it in cold water and heat it up gradually, it'll just sit there and slowly boil to death.
Dokuzuncu sınıf öğretmenim bir keresinde şöyle demişti. Eğer bir kurbağayı kaynar suya koyarsan, dışarı zıplayacaktır. Ama eğer soğuk suyun içine koyup suyu yavaş yavaş ısıtırsan, orada öylece duracak ve yavaş bir şekilde ölünceye kadar haşlanacaktır.
(It is wonderful what tricks our dreams play us, and how conveniently we can imagine.) The mist grew thicker and thicker and I could see now how it came in, for I could see it like smoke, or with the white energy of boiling water, pouring in, not through the window, but through the joinings of the door.
Into this pour the purified juice: and put it into a pan of water come almost to a boil and continue nearly in the state of boiling until the juice is found to be the consistency of a thick syrup when cold. It is then when cold, to be corked up in a bottle for use. James Lind
On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) and the boiling point 212 °F (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 180 degrees apart.
You really get the most out of sweet corn if you pick the corn off the stalk and rush it to a pot of boiling water. The longer you wait, the more sugar you lose. But if you get it in the first half hour, that is the sweetest corn ever. Sam Donaldson