Very good leftovers, though: soup, squash, salad, bread. Sometimes it’s just a long day.
Now, can you answer the following question? If a certain pirate captain (we’ll just say it’s Captain Jack Sparrow) doesn’t believe the old pirate lore that if you’re loading up on treasure you must fill your ship in the freshwater port, lest you overload it and capsize it later, well, should he? That is, if ocean water has a salinity ratio of 35 ppt, and the brackish water in the delta has 17 ppt of salt, and the freshwater has a negligible amount of salt, is it better to fill a ship with treasure in fresh water and take it into salty? Or in the salty water and bring it into fresh? Well, my students have exhaustively tested this, and they can tell you the answer. Any guesses?