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i think it would turn to ice...but possibly am wrong.
WHOOPS MORNING PAUL!! LOL
Me asked this question a while ago..if the search facility worked I could found it...but me thinks it would get hotter. Hot enough to make a nice cup of tea.(though me drinks coffee,,but I said tea cos that sounds more quaint)
Lol. I love it when you say the "As a firm believer in empirical study.." Its hillarious. I think you've turned 8.5 again. 
But making water into a solid (ice).. Don't you cool it, instead of heat it?
Yes. It gives off heat because the particles become more closer together and lose energy. But still isnt the "thing" itself, cold? Not the thing which is given off.
This question can have quite a few answers, depending on variables.Firstly, while most liquids can shrink by becoming sold, water is one of the exceptions in that crystalline ice takes more space than water at the same temperature. It is possible you may form amorphous ice.If you squeeze hard enough (harder than would be possible with anything on Earth), the electrons would fuse into the nucleus of the atoms, creating neutons (this is what happens in a neutron star - but under immense gravitational force).Increase the pressure even harder, and you will form your own black hole (although a very small black hole would be unstable).