The water of the sea
In the vast expanses of ocean between the tropics and the equator, the water is as cold as ice, salty as seawater and at least two degrees Celsius above absolute zero.
This is because it’s so cold that the water molecules are in a state of freezing.
But in the deep ocean, this temperature is only one degree Celsius above the freezing point of water.
But that’s not all: It’s also a cold state of matter.
To put it another way, the temperature at which matter has become so cold, that it has frozen into a liquid, is also a temperature that has a higher energy density.
When a molecule of water molecules has a density of just one part per billion, it would take 100 trillion atomic particles to make one molecule of hydrogen gas.
This means that even at this low density, the density of the water could be so low that it could potentially condense.
This cold water condenses into a gas that’s also very cold.
And that gas is water.
This phenomenon is known as water condensation.
The water is the only liquid that can condense at this level of temperature.
When the water condensates, it cools, or condenses, in a process called evaporation.
It becomes the liquid at the bottom of the ocean and is called brine.
And brine is what you see in the ocean as the water boils.
The boiling water causes the molecules of water to condense and form ice crystals, the ice crystals being water molecules.
These ice crystals are formed by the reaction of water and ice at very low temperatures.
At temperatures below -125 degrees Celsius, water freezes, and the molecules condense into liquid water.
At -130 degrees Celsius or higher, the liquid becomes ice, and at -140 degrees Celsius the liquid freezes solid.
But at -125 to -130 Celsius, the freezing temperature is -140 to -140 Celsius, and as the temperature decreases, the condensation rate decreases.
At these low temperatures, the brine that forms the ice at the depths of the oceans is very cold, and so the temperature of the cold water is much lower than that of the hot water.
As the water cools at these lower temperatures, it condenses.
But as the cold cold water cool, it is forced to condongre.
This force causes the water to evaporate and form bubbles.
The bubbles that form are called droplets.
The colder the temperature, the more water the water has evaporated, and hence the more bubbles.
These bubbles become ice crystals and ice crystals form.
And the water ice crystals condense in the bottom layer of the bottom, called the oceanic crust.
And these ice crystals then sink to the ocean floor, forming the deep sea.
And this deep sea is where the ocean’s most valuable resource is found.
It is this deep ocean that supplies the food that we eat, and it is this ocean that is home to the largest number of life forms, including humans.
This deep sea also plays an important role in the global warming that is taking place around the world.
And it is a source of many of the world’s major energy resources, like coal and natural gas.
It also contains the largest quantity of carbon dioxide in the world, and because of this, the world is experiencing a dramatic increase in sea levels.
And because the deep oceans have the lowest pressure of any of the worlds oceans, the lower pressure means that the sea is much less turbulent.
The ocean has been moving up and down along its course because of the currents that are pulling on it, and this has created a cycle where it moves in a direction that is in accordance with the wind direction.
And at the same time, it has been pushing against the wind, pushing it to the right.
And as it has moved to the left, the sea has been pushed to the south, pushing the sea farther away from the coast of South America.
The result is that the area that the deep waters that form the ocean bottom are called the shelf.
And there is a shelf that is approximately 2,500 meters across, the size of a football field.
And within the shelf, there is another shelf that has about 20 meters of water, the bottom level of the deep water.
These deep water shelves are called seabeds.
The seabed below these seabes is called the mantle.
The deep ocean is the world record holder for the deepest place that a human being has ever been.
In fact, the deepest known place that has ever come up from the ocean is a place called Challenger Deep, where the depth is about 500 meters, or 6,000 feet.
The Challenger Deep deep sea, a deep place that is a record holder of the deepest water that has come up to our surface, is known by a different name: Challenger Lagoon.
It’s a place that goes on for about 100 miles and is about 5,000 kilometers away from where we live.
And Challenger Lagana is a very