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Tank water boils at 52°C in Delhi; netizens react | Here is the truth Viral News | News from Delhi

In addition to all this, a short video captioned ‘Delhi heat makes water boil’ is going viral on social media platform X (Twitter). The video was posted on June 1 and shows bubbles coming out of a water tank. The tank is filled to the brim and it looks like the bubbles were coming out due to some leaks or fuel pressure in the tank. But the surprising news is that the video has so far garnered over 81.8 million views and over 89,000 likes.

Tank water boils at 52°C in Delhi; netizens react | Here’s the truth (Source: X/@ssaratht)

New Delhi: The national capital is suffering from a severe heat wave and the maximum temperature continues to be a few notches above normal for the past few days. And on Monday, the maximum temperature in the city was around 44 degrees Celsius. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow alert in the city for Monday and Tuesday.

The city was on red alert for the past few days as the maximum temperature soared above 47 degrees Celsius. In a few days it also went above 49. Last Wednesday, some parts of Delhi recorded the maximum temperature even above 50 degrees Celsius. The Mungeshpur observatory recorded 52.2 degrees Celsius.

In addition to all this, a short video captioned ‘Delhi heat makes water boil’ is going viral on social media platform X (Twitter). The video was posted on June 1 and shows bubbles coming out of a water tank. The tank is filled to the brim and it looks like the bubbles were coming out due to some leaks or fuel pressure in the tank. But the surprising news is that the video has so far garnered over 81.8 million views and over 89,000 likes.

Delhi heat boils water: Netizens react

Soon after the video was posted, netizens started reacting to the video. Several hilarious memes and witty comments were posted as reactions. User X said, “since when did water change its boiling point from 100°C to 50°?”

Meanwhile, another slammed user X for posting misleading content, “Please respect your 34,000 followers and stop posting such misleading videos! 1. Water tank never boils like this at only 50 degrees 2. The video is of filling with water not boiling 3. Use your wisdom first before posting. Water boils at 100 degrees plus if it starts to boil like that, these polymer tanks will deform first from that kind of heat.”

Another Twitterati said: “Bro, it’s not 100C yet.”

One social media user also said: “My whole life has been a lie. they told me the boiling point is 100.”

Another person said, “paani ki tanki bhar chuki hai ,kripaa motor band krden”. One also said: “Hot water without bacteria.”

One person also pointed out that the video is clickbait.