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 When making Ice Cubes, should I use hot or cold water to begin with?

Answer Start with cold water, it is a myth that hot water freezes faster.They actually had a show on it on Myth Busters.
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In case of splashing eyes with water is there any limit to how cold the water should be?

It should not have any ice crystals - that much cold is tolerable just for a splashing. You know any solid form's effect on eyes.
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