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  • Submitted by ReesesPoofs on Nov 16, 12 at 6:02pm

    No, engineers would be trying to figure out the optimal way to keep your hands as warm as possible while keeping the drink as cold as possible. Your conversation is more biology/chemistry major. At a community college.

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    Submitted by stuperfantastic on Nov 16, 12 at 7:47pm

    I love it when people try to sneak in their major in converaation because they are proud. But don't realize what their talking aboot

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    Submitted by temporalranger on Nov 17, 12 at 12:15am

    You can't get drunk through osmosis because osmosis is, by definition, only applicable to water. It's the diffusion of water across a semipermeable membrane from an area of high to low concentration. Know what you're talking about if you're going to try an show off.

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    Submitted by Binders_of_Women on Nov 16, 12 at 7:17pm

    I believe Biology is the department that teaches osmosis.

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    Submitted by cfreymarc on Nov 16, 12 at 3:32pm

    And the girls that are turned off by this end up marrying lesser men.

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    Submitted by angiesmiles on Nov 16, 12 at 8:21pm

    Yes, osmosis is a principal of Biology. Typically, basic Biology is a requirement in an Engineering program because it's a science based degree. However, osmosis is the process of water traveling down a concentration gradient from a higher concentration to a lower one.

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    Submitted by Namenlos on Mar 23, 13 at 5:12am

    The engineering perspective would tell you that the ethanol in the drink would have quickly evaporated, due to the high temperature of the hot tub's water, thus preventing an osmosis, if it was even possible in the first place.