Is it normal that this block of ice i found won't melt

So I found this piece of ice, you know, just a normal block of ice that you would find normally. Well, I found this special chunk in a special place. This crazy thing was found on a street corner!
When I found it I was instatnly perplexed, who had placed this ice here? What was gong on? Well, I bent over and looked at this strange boy and realized, it wasn't melting!! It was frozen, but frozen in time.
I picked up the strange ice, it wasn't even cold! No moisture, no coldness. Room temp. Hard and clear. I took it home, put it in the fridge, then out. It was cold now honey! Then i left it to thaw, then room temperature, but still no melt!
So I was very confused now, of course, and so I put it in the microwave. Nothing. Nada. Zoo wee mama.
Dismayed, i Then I put it in the oven. The OVEN! And guess what? NOTHING HAPPENED! The ice chunku wouldn't melt even then!!

So at this point I am confused. I still have the chunk out in the open, it won't melt.
Have I discovered a new form of matter? Is this a god-error? I need some help, don't know what scientists to contact? Thank you

Is It Normal?
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  • Is piece of glass...

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  • Contact Doctor Jack Hodgins, he works at the Jeffersonian in DC. He's a particulate expert, amongst other things. I saw him identify bone-sucking fluffy pink mucus parasites once.

    If not him, then Dana Scully of the FBI. She would be interested in having it examined too, along with her partner Fox Mulder *a man in the back of the room semi-visibly smokes a cigarette*

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    • Thank you, do you put me in contact with Foxy?

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  • I don't think OP is very smart.

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    • Well guess what, I'm your mom so you just called you own mom studpid. As in: You're mamas so stupi

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  • Zoo wee mama, Rowley. Don't you let Greg near that ice. He's a bitch, an absolute fucking bitch...of epic proportions.

    Oh...edit...it's probably crack or methamphetamine...what you want to do is get a lightbulb & get ready to draw better comics

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    • I take it in CountessDouche that you like Diary Of A Wimpy Kid.

      That was a great book.

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    • OH! I am not into the drugs! So I will dispose of it, thank you

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      • Omg I was joking hahaha. Drugs don't come in giant blocks...i mean, maybe the do in Columbia...wish they did here.

        It's probably a piece of tempered glass, which melts at really high temperatures & can be cloudy like ice. Boring, I know.

        I was just having fun with your wimpy kid refs...

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        • Oh the haha! Much love ;-)

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  • Im going to say this is probably some invincible ice thats going to freeze the whole world if you dont start burning and inhaling it. This is a horror movie style situation where you have to stop the thing from spreading to the entire world.

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    • but it wont burn! It wont melt

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  • My sister has a piece of smooth-glass that looks almost exactly like ice in her room.
    She found it over by Beaver-Lake a few months ago ; she keeps it in her rock collection because "it just looks cool".
    It's super smooth and feels nice to the touch.
    It could potentially be the glass , if it's still hard.
    Sorry to disappoint if it is.

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  • Have you tried breaking it? Possibly with a hammer?.... Or you just want to watch it melt?

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  • calm your tits theres no such thing as room temperature ice

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    • I don't have tits jamie. I have ice that won't melt

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  • Ice is nothing more than a material that is at a lower temperature than its solidification temperature. Most metals, plastics, glass (as identified by others) etc. are technically ice at normal room temperatures or colder. Some melt at higher temperatures routinely used in daily household activities - and all ices can be melted in industrial or scientific settings.

    Its certainly not water ice if it does not melt at room temperature. There are literally at least hundreds of thousands of possibilities on what it is...

    Note it is not an ice if its a refractory material that does not melt at higher temperatures. Those will decompose at high enough temperatures, but not melt.

    Have fun figuring it out...

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  • When people talk about cooking meth, I don't think they mean putting it in the oven...

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