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Frozen Bubbles

Uploaded by: mwhiker

Tuesday January 7, 2014

Belleville, IL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: How cold is it in St. Louis area...So cold bubble soap freezes

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3. YouKnowWho
11:11 PM GMT on January 07, 2014
Cool!
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2. mwhiker
1:28 PM GMT on January 07, 2014
This is a neat thing to do when the temp get very cold. Kids (and adults) have a great time blowing bubbles, catching them, watching them shatter. This is when science becomes fun.

When the temp gets below -5F or better yet -10F, kids soap bubbles freezes in the air. You can catch them on a gloved hand. If you break a bubble they shatter.

First time in years it has been cold enough to freeze bubble mix in the St. Louis area.
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1. samarsh44
6:54 AM GMT on January 07, 2014
What is the story?
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