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What happens to boiling water at -22 degrees?


Creeping On You
No, it's not a fake video lol. If you throw hot water into cold air, it makes a giant cloud of steam. If you watch close, you can still see some of the water hit the ground lol. I've done that before, lol. It's hilarious.


AKA Ass-Bandit
I've seen it done with a cup of coffee in Russia. Not in person, unfortunately.

Or fortunately, depending on what your outlook on tit-freezingly cold regions are.


Haters gonna hate.
This kind of stuff is really awesome. I would always love to see this in person.


Registered Member
I've done it before. It's cool when the drops leave a steam trail as they disappear before hitting the ground.


Trust me, I'm The Doctor.
I wonder what temperature that would work at? It's around 0 here right now and I'm curious.

I love the nature of thermodynamics. I can't even begin to understand the complexities.