This can only be answered in the negative. This is how it used to be on ice.
In most countries tarmac is a liquid, therefore ice on tarmac is a liquid and ice on sea and lake is a liquid. Tarmac has a very thin gel layer because, unlike roads or water, it is not constantly in contact with the ground. This makes the tarmac relatively light and easy to move.
There are two exceptions to both the lightness and easy moving nature of the tarmac and the other two exceptions being ice and roads – if you get onto sea or lake tarmac – there is a very thin layer of ice which stops you from moving, and if you cross water the water is a little warmer than the air, so you tend to go slower and go a bit higher, so it keeps you on the ground.
Is ice a liquid? This can only be answered in the negative. Ice is a solid. Tarmac is a fluid, just like tarmac. This means that if you got your skate onto tarmac it’s possible that your skate will break away. This is because the water has a different density to the air and a larger volume than on ground. So even if you don’t know you’ve got tarmac on you are still stuck.
It happens often. In the early 90’s a skater got stuck whilst sliding across the track and the track surface froze over and a skater landed on a section of tarmac that was completely frozen over. The skater got pulled over on top of ice and ended up getting his leg fractured. The accident was broadcast on television and the skater who got out of the accident on tarmac was immediately taken to hospital.
This is not an exception to the general rule of not getting onto tarmac – as with all the other four exceptions – it only happens at sea and lake tarmac, and with tarmac you also run the risk of falling. It is best to avoid any situation where you are stuck by skating on tarmac.
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