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Physics and Mathematics teacher at Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de Mexico, near Mexico City. Certified Mathematica Instructor.
How can two seas not mix?
As you probably now, the same happens in my country, Mexico, in the Mayan area, where the wells called Cenotes have sweat water "floating" over salt water, with a very well defined boundary between them, halocline, as shown at the begining of this video (and in the end of the previous one): youtube.com/watch?v=WI1t34XAC0M