|A 2010 image (Ѻ) of Aristotle-Mpemba effect, by James Brownridge, who has conducted 100s of Mpemba effect experiments, who believes the effect has to do with impurities in the water.|
“The fact that water has previously been warmed contributes to its freezing quickly; for so it cools sooner. Hence many people, when they want to cool hot water quickly, begin by putting it in the sun.”
|A 1979 clipping summary of the Mpemba effect by the journal of Physics Education of Great Britain. |
“If you take two similar containers with equal volumes of water, one at 35°C (95°F) and the other at 100°C (212°F), and put them into a freezer, the one that started at 100°C (212°F) freezes first. Why?”
|A 2013 power point depiction of a "Social Mpemba effect" in respect to the rate of "social cooling", i.e. solidification into the new social order, in respect to "hot wars" vs "cold wars" by American electrochemical engineer Libb Thims, presented at UPESW 2013 |
See main: Social Mpemba effectAs applied to social affairs, the Mpemba effect, in regards to orderings of human molecules (people) in societies, should predict that a “hot society” should cool faster, i.e. solidify into order faster, than a “cool society”.