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Hot Tea Freezing

December 28, 2015
hot tea freezing

You know how much we love experimenting. You also know how much we love art, cold and Canada.

Well, we found this amazing picture of talented photographer Michael Davies. It was taken around 12 miles from the arctic circle in northern Ontario. With temperature around -35ºC (-31ºF) he captured the instant freezing of some hot tea leftovers in an spectacular way.

We found this at IFLScience, which is a very neat blog about science. Check it out.

Enjoy the New Year!

Z.


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