Awesome! How fun was that for the guys too!! LOL
That's awesome! I was just thinking of doing that with my kids. I think we'll have to try it now. Looks so cool!
Oh, that is COOL! I knew I would love it as soon as I saw your title. Why aren't my kids doing this instead of sitting around playing solitaire?!
Oh my GOSH!Wow!Sohow cold IS it?It's supposed to be 6 here in Hotlanta tonight
Fantastic!!! I had never heard of this science experiment before. My 11yo was watching over my shoulder as I watched. The grin on his face rivaled the smiles on your boys' faces. If it wasn't dark, he'd be doing it right this second. Fortunately for him, school is cancelled again tomorrow because of the cold. He'll have a chance to give it a try.
Fabulous! Emma and I did this a couple of years ago, and we colored the water with food coloring :-)I love the beginning of the video and that cute grin! Had to share that with Rob and Emma!
Wow, that's pretty cool. They're so cute!
YOU HAVE GOT to be kidding...... I remember well Jack London's TO BUILD A FIRE....ugh! I should say, it is about -7 here, but I think you must be... minus 27 or 37?
Oh, you should try blowing soap bubbles! They freeze then shatter when you pop them.
Wah I think it's too cold for the video to load. What happened?
That was fun to watch and I can see how thrilled the boys were. What's happening to our skin when we are outside? Maybe we should glob on a bit more moisturizer!!Glad to be back. Hugs! ~Joni
So cool! Maybe the bubble thing for next snow day? Were those short sleeves they were sporting?!
That's brilliant I've never seen it before, don't think it's ever cold enough to do that here. I have 3 kids who would like to come join you next time!
Wonderful! I hope they never need to experiment with the other end of the thermometer, frying an egg on the pavement.
That's pretty cool-pun intended !~! Thanks very much.
Brrrr!!! Stay warm, Team Testosterone! It's positively balmy around here, the rain has even stopped!
Did you see all the videos of people who failed on that and burned themselves?I am proud to know Team Testosterone!
A fine example of scientific inquiry.
Wonderful! And in t-shirts, no less!
Spill it, reader.