« on: 28/07/2020 15:23:56 »
Apples and oranges, my friend. The fizzy drink by definition contains something (usually carbon dioxide) that is absent from the flat one, and is in a different state of motion from the convection currents in a "still" liquid.
Thank ewe chum. So, could it be the friction caused by happy bubbles that cause the ice to melt at a quicker pace ? ....and that the bubbles keep the liquid in motion ?