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See What Happens To A Bottle Of Water At -14 Degrees For 35 Seconds [VIDEO]

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We have been in quite an amazing deep freeze around most of the U.S. for the last week or so. My parents still live in North Dakota where the temps hit near -20 with wind chills down to -40 to -50 degrees. When it gets that cold we tend to turn into scientists. Who hasn’t gone outside and blown bubbles to watch them freeze and shatter when they hit the ground?

I had a friend from North Dakota post a video one of his friends did on Facebook showing just how cold it was there. Jeff Kramarzewski took a bottle of water outside when it was -14 degrees with a -40 windchill. Watch what happens over the next 35 seconds…amazing.

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