Energy Fact of the Week

Melt ice by dropping it? If a block of ice were dropped from a altitude of 5000 meters (16,000 plus feet, higher than any mountain in Colorado) to sea level, and if all of the energy were to be converted to heat to melt the ice, only about 15% of the ice would melt.
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