More Fun With The Concept Of Freezing Water Posted by Matthew Burnside on January 19, 2011 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email 5 seconds later, her nose shattered when she sneezed. [via Break] You can follow Matthew on Twitter. Tags boiling, cold, freeze, water, Winter Related Posts What's New What's Trending SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE Salutes Christmas' Other Savior, The Re-Gifted Candle, in Song article The Makers of DON'T BREATHE Discuss the Appeal of Horror Today article AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Chloe Bennet Teases One of the Series' "Funniest Episodes" article SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE Salutes Christmas' Other Savior, The Re-Gifted Candle, in Song article RESIDENT EVIL 7's PS4 Demo Gets a Major Update article What Should We Expect From LUKE CAGE Season 2? article Enter THE ADVENTURE ZONE with a New Graphic Novel Series (Exclusive) article There's a Very Specific Reason Medieval Castles Stairs Were All Counter-Clockwise article Yoda Sings About Seagulls and Backpacks in New Bad Lip Reading Video article Comments P kushy says: January 24, 2011 at 2:45 am Dude, it’s obvious that water is not boiling… and it all clearly doesn’t evaporate… you musta been off some GOOD meds when posting this… but then again who in hollywood isnt;… Sex Nerd Sandra says: January 20, 2011 at 9:16 pm Cool. I want to try that someday when I’m really cold to help me forget how cold I am. And yes, Robert Hoppe, I noticed the evaporation comment. It confused my mildly scientifically-educated brain. Robert Hoppe says: January 19, 2011 at 6:38 pm Anyone else notice who she said the water was evaporating, and not freezing? If the liquid water to evaporate into its gaseous form, it would require an increase in temperature. Just a modest scientific observation. GLOIVEN GLAVEN!!! Karen says: January 19, 2011 at 12:40 pm i first saw this courtesy of fred penner, much beloved by generations of canadians – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lUKPaSGPa4 – but happily it does not often get cold enough to duplicate this in toronto.