Boiling water + cold weather = ?


Here is a lovely video showing what happens when you throw boiling water into very cold air…



15 comments on “Boiling water + cold weather = ?

  1. Stevie says:

    ….. and that’s how God makes clouds!

  2. That’s awesome! I did see a similar one a few years ago. It was in Moscow’s Red Square and instead of turning to a cloud, it froze in mid air and hit the ground as hailstones.

  3. sushey says:

    Hat dies auf rebloggt und kommentierte:
    Kochender Schnee oder so… toll!

  4. Santiago says:

    Hot water freezes faster than cold water 😉

  5. Evan says:

    How cold does it have to be for a change that sudden?

  6. Jaleel Hamid says:

    Wauw… Why didn’t anyone show me that when I was a kid! 🙂

  7. I’m intrigued by the regional dialect implications. I know that most Americans aren’t familiar with that style of kettle, and wouldn’t call it a kettle if they were. But this woman is Canadian, with an Australian friend. So, I have two hypotheses … either Canadians are familiar with electric kettles, or else it was a gift from an overseas friend (possibly the aforementioned Australian). Any Canadians wish to enlighten me?

  8. dayuntoday says:

    We have a video like this, too. My son had a great time doing this last winter!

  9. David STANYER says:

    that’s so cool ! haha . Everybody has electric kettles here in Australia Adrian so I am backing your gift from a friend ( or the Australians own) kettle hypothesis.

  10. issahamati says:

    wow .it is good to try

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