How To Keep Ice From Melting Minecraft With No Mods? How To Prevent Melting Snow/Ice

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1st-lay down a base of player crafted blocks. 2nd-keep snow & ice blocks well isolated from any & all natural blocks. 3rd-ice, snow blocks must be at least 3 high, 3 wide, & 3 long.

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O.o since when do Ice and Snow melt? I use both in many constructions and they”re still there and most are just sitting on grass blocks/sand blocks/ocean.
IIRC, minimal self-sustaining cluster of blocks is 2X2. Place 4 lava, ice, snow in a square shape and they will stay as they are.

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IIRC, minimal self-sustaining cluster of blocks is 2X2. Place 4 lava, ice, snow in a square shape and they will stay as they are. Doesn”t seem to work that way in the lava layer. You can”t place them fast enough to build a 2-block cube before they melt. 🙂
Remove ALL The hardened lava blocks, and place ignous rock in their place. I”m not sure, but I think that heat reaches up to 4 blocks distance in all directions, so you have to have blocks that don”t give heat if you want to have unmelted ice. Hardened lava on the floor or ceiling contributes to the ambient heat. So yeah, you have to dig 4 blocks deep and remove the hardened lava, and select a ceiling made of either stalactite blocks, or igneous rock.
Remove ALL The hardened lava blocks, and place ignous rock in their place. I”m not sure, but I think that heat reaches up to 4 blocks distance in all directions, so you have to have blocks that don”t give heat if you want to have unmelted ice. Hardened lava on the floor or ceiling contributes to the ambient heat. So yeah, you have to dig 4 blocks deep and remove the hardened lava, and select a ceiling made of either stalactite blocks, or igneous rock. I”ve tried that, and tried player-crafted blocks, no success so far 🙁
Ice slopes dont melt even in the lava layer, so you could try putting an underlayer of those below where you are trying to place your ice, that is if you find you still need ICE, if you are just trying to geth the slippery ice surface, then you can place ice slopes, and rotate them to get one of the flat sides up.

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I want ice in that layer to insulate a base from the heat. Sadly ice slopes do not radiate cold, so they are not helpful for what I am trying to accomplish. 🙁
what about a box of player created blocks? seal yourself away from the heat with carpet or something, then inside your carpet cube create your ice one.
Tried that. Did stone brick wall 6 blocks thick in all directions, still could not place ice fast enough to keep it from melting. I think another player nailed it: Heat and cold are different than corruption in a key way. While they can radiate from blocks, in their “native zones” (lava layer and high altitude) they are just an ambient feature of the area. Corruption is not like that. Remove the blocks from a region of the corruption zone and there”s no corruption any more.And that makes it much easier to combat cold than heat, because it is easy to place heat sources like hardened lava blocks or fire pits in a cold zone since they don”t “freeze into something useless”. On the other hand, the only things that cool you down (ice and snow) melt into water which is useless for keeping you cool.I think it might be possible to place ice in the lava layer, sure; but maybe my 45-year-old, arthritis-ridden fingers just can”t place it fast enough to make it stay frozen.Has anyone here has success doing that? Can you post a screen shot of the smallest size group of ice blocks you have gotten to stay solid?

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