Science of the Day: Instantly Frozen Giant Bubbles

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It's been so cold recently so why not try and freeze some things! Night Hawk In Light decided to freeze some giant bubbles in the cold.

The result?
Wispy shreds of frozen soap that look like plastic.

WInter Weirdness of the Day: Giant Ice Balls Wash Up on Lake Michigan Shore

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These giant boulders start as small chunks of ice but then grow over time due to the frigid temperatures. The constantly flowing waves cause the chunks of ice to form their round shape. These ice boulders were found along the northern Lake Michigan shoreline.

Winter Madness of the Day: What to Do When it's Really Cold Outside

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For those who are suffering winter cabin fever from not being able to go outside, Youtuber and Wisconsinite, Reichhen has put together a video of a few activities that allow you to take part in the sub zero temperatures.

Crazy Nature of the Day: Lowest Temperature Ever Recorded on Earth in Antarctica

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Crazy Nature of the Day: Lowest Temperature Ever Recorded on Earth in Antarctica
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A recent rehashing NASA satellite data revealed that Earth set a new record for the lowest recorded temperature at -135.8 degrees back in August 2010. To be clear, that's the coldest temp ever recorded on our planet. Ice scientist Ted Scambos at the National Snow and Ice Data Center said that's lower than anywhere in Alaska.

Crazy Nature of the Day: Giant Spinning Ice Disc Phenomenon

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The Associated Press reports of this amazing occurrence captured on video in North Dakota by retired engineer, George Loegering. According to the AP, experts say the phenomenon developed from a rare combination of "cold, dense air, and an eddy in the river."

Experiment of the Day: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

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This unique restaurant uses liquid nitrogen to make truly made-to-order ice cream giving you an amazing freshly-frozen experience.