Ice Soap. The second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of an isolated system never decreases, because isolated systems always evolve toward thermody
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The second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of an isolated system never decreases, because isolated systems always evolve toward thermodynamic equilibrium, a state with maximum entropy.
The second law is an empirically validated postulate of thermodynamics. In classical thermodynamics, the second law is a basic postulate defining the concept of thermodynamic entropy, applicable to any system involving measurable heat transfer. In statistical thermodynamics, the second law is a consequence of unitarity in quantum mechanics. In statistical mechanics information entropy is defined from information theory, known as the Shannon entropy. In the language of statistical mechanics, entropy is a measure of the number of alternative microscopic configurations corresponding to a single macroscopic state.
The second law refers to increases in entropy that can be analyzed into two varieties, due to dissipation of energy and due to dispersion of matter. One may consider a compound thermodynamic system that initially has interior walls that restrict transfers within it. The second law refers to events over time after a thermodynamic operation on the system, that allows internal heat transfers, removes or weakens the constraints imposed by its interior walls, and isolates it from the surroundings. As for dissipation of energy, the temperature becomes spatially homogeneous, regardless of the presence or absence of an externally imposed unchanging external force field. As for dispersion of matter, in the absence of an externally imposed force field, the chemical concentrations also become as spatially homogeneous as is allowed by the permeabilities of the interior walls. Such homogeneity is one of the characteristics of the state of internal thermodynamic equilibrium of a thermodynamic system.[1][2]
The second law may be expressed in many specific ways, but the first formulation is credited to the French scientist Sadi Carnot in 1824 (see Timeline of thermodynamics).

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Sometimes my friends and I like to play sports and then hang out afterwards,
but I feel uncomfortable the whole time because I' m drenched in sweat.
WI I came up with an idea for bringing a refreshing shower with me wherever I go.
All you need for your portable shower are an empty container
usually I use a dip or cream cheese size plastic tub),
a bottle of shower gel, and water.
the container up a third of the way with water and squeeze out a
couple squirts of = wash.
that bitch PI
Stick the container in the freezer until the contents are frozen.
Optional Step : thaw some meat and eat it while
you wait)
Once the soapy water E frozen, add another = of Mii water.
Be sure to leave enough room for the ice to expand.
Put the container into a cooler with some gatorade or beer or
some **** while you' re sporting.
when you' re ready to rinse, pop the shower block out of the tub
just as you would ice from an ice cube tray. The lower bluish layer
will be soapy, while the upper translucent layer will be pure ice.
Lather up with the blue side, than rinse off with the clear side.
Enjoy your refreshing, ablation while your friends fewer
in their own sweat. Drink the aforementioned beers feel awesome.
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User avatar #1 - Xiangliang (07/21/2014) [+] (3 replies)
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whoever actually does that has a serious social issue

"oh man it's so hot out here" *pulls out block*
-"bro wtf are you doing?"
User avatar #4 - xenoquack (07/21/2014) [-]
I'd be more disturbed by someone pulling out one of these and smearing it on themselves than being sweaty.
User avatar #3 - netzenk (07/21/2014) [-]
I can't decide weather this is really clever or mildly disgusting. Both?
User avatar #5 - caffeine (07/21/2014) [-]
**caffeine rolls 9,972**
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