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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0011704Dwarf FortressMaterial Propertiespublic2021-02-27 03:112021-03-01 00:17
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PlatformASUS Chromebook Flip C302COSGalliumOSOS Version3.1
Product Version0.47.05 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0011704: Liquid filth gets less dense when frozen
DescriptionMost materials get more dense when they solidify, so it seems fair to assume that liquid filth would follow suit.
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chaosvolt (reporter)
2021-02-28 09:03

FILTH_Y is strongly implied to be urine, so. Guess what's mostly water, and likewise guess what's less dense when frozen?
Blue-Maned_Hawk (reporter)
2021-02-28 18:39

@chaosvolt : Where is this implied? I'd assume that "filth" would refer to a general conglomerate of "nasty whatever", so besides the aqueousness and the color (which aren't very restrictive), I don't see any reason to assume it's pee.
PatrikLundell (reporter)
2021-03-01 00:09

There's Y(ellow) and B(rown) filth, which strongly suggests they're representing urine and feces respectively.
chaosvolt (reporter)
2021-03-01 00:17

Further, yellow filth is set to have the same density as water and is liquid at the expected temperatures, while brown filth stays solid.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2021-02-27 03:11 Blue-Maned_Hawk New Issue
2021-02-28 09:03 chaosvolt Note Added: 0040941
2021-02-28 18:39 Blue-Maned_Hawk Note Added: 0040943
2021-03-01 00:09 PatrikLundell Note Added: 0040944
2021-03-01 00:17 chaosvolt Note Added: 0040945

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