Blowing Ice Bubbles

When the winter comes with 20cms of snow and -20 degrees (Celsius) pretty much in one day, it’s time to go out and blow soapbubbles that turn into ice.

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2 comments

  1. What happens to the bubbles? Do they freeze before they get to the ground?

    1. I’m tempted say that you have to come and look 😊 but since the extreme cold shouldn’t stay as long as your flight over, I’ll reveal that yeah, sometimes they land and freeze for little while. Most of them just fly and burst as in the summer.

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