Question: Why do we slip on ice?

StarWizard737

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It has to do with friction, the heat then creates a thin liquid. Which human can’t get traction on, therefore we fall on our faces
You are correct, except recently people found that answer to be quite inaccurate. Based on basic testing, the water created from melted ice doesn’t exactly explain how we slip on ice apparently.
 
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