this is a sign of a major problem you either have a cracked head or block or a blown head gasket. there is a product called liquid glass you can use to fix this but bear in mind this is a tempoary fix at best.
However, check the water pump blades to see if they may have cut a circular hole leading water into your engine, depending on the design of the assembly. It may not be noticeable at first unless you thoroughly inspect areas wherever possible. A crack in the engine block is rare by the way.
No it will not cause coalescence. Water separates from oil they do not mix or combine
i have a 1996 buick century just came back from mechanic head gasket is gone and there is anti freeze in my oil i guess if you had water in your rad then you would have water in your oil.
Depending on the force of an explosion, it could kill some of the marine life in the water very close to it. An explosion on a rig also scatters some forms of hazardous debris into the water which pollutes it. Also, an oil rig explosion could also cause a flow of oil or well fluid from a well or pipeline into the water that can cause severe pollution.
intake manifold gasket if it is coolant in the oil
it could cause so many decease as the water is polluted
A hypothesis about oil and water could have to do with a mixture's properties. For example, you could hypothesize that when water is added to oil, the two substances will remain separate.
nope, bad head gasket..
Because of the sea creatures that live in the river(they could die), and it can make the water toxic
could be a couple things. the oil sender unit could be bad or you could just be a little low on oil.
Machines could be used to pollute the air andd water, andthey can also cause oil in the water.