We know that liquids will fall under gravity and take the shape of whatever contains them. We know that gas expands until it fills the entire space. However, a shoe, a chair or a human body stays the same shape whether they're in a room, a cave, or parked outside in the weather. We could say that they slowly change; disintigrate, but what keep then consant for so long?
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From this I deduce, Melpor, that when energy is taken away from water the molecules vibrate slowler and the bonds between the molecules grow stronger - hence, ice. What happens when and if vibration stops?