So I've heard that increasing pressure in water would make the molecules more compact and then eventually become a solid. So it's possible to have hot ice. But isn't it also true that as pressure increases, the temperature increases as well. For example, if I increase the force per volume, the average kinetic energy should increase because the force increased. So in hot ice, the kinetic energy should be higher, so how would it be in a solid form? Perhaps there is something I'm not understanding. Would it just be a vibrating solid?