Soap Bubble Freezing at -40 Celsius. .. No need to put Celcius in the title. Minus 40 degrees Celcius is the same as Minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit; this is the only temperature where that happens. Soap Bubble Freezing at -40 Celsius No need to put Celcius in the title Minus 40 degrees is same as Fahrenheit; this only temperature where that happens
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#15 - GraffnTrix
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No need to put Celcius in the title. Minus 40 degrees Celcius is the same as Minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit; this is the only temperature where that happens.
User avatar #44 to #15 - creyap
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well you never know, it could've been measured in kelvin
User avatar #46 to #44 - novren
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negative Kelvin degrees. of course. you must be a genius.
User avatar #49 to #46 - creyap
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must be pretty cold
User avatar #54 to #49 - novren
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nah, I can handle it in shorts and a shirt. cold is just a mental state.
User avatar #60 to #54 - bagguhsleep
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Especially because shorts are so comfy and easy to wear.
#63 to #60 - novren
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I was actually expecting that someone would say that.
I was actually expecting that someone would say that.
User avatar #215 to #46 - coolcalx
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it bothers me that you said "Kelvin degrees"

it's just Kelvin. There's no "degrees"
User avatar #323 to #215 - novren
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you're right, I didn't realize then. sorry.
User avatar #326 to #323 - coolcalx
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it's okay
#197 to #46 - pheonixinstinct
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it came to me in a dream
#208 to #197 - hentailovers
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and it left me in another dream
#129 to #46 - gargman
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While I do agree with you that Creyap is retarded,
Scientists have indeed been able to induce negative kelvin temperatures
www.nature.com/news/quantum-gas-goes-below-absolute-zero-1.12146
#141 to #129 - fractalius
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That's not possible. The author is misusing terms to claim "negative" temperature in Kelvin.

0K (Zero Kelvin) is ABSOLUTE ZERO. There is no heat energy whatsoever. You cannot have negative quantities of anything, Kelving is a measure of heat energy. Zero kelvin means that the molecules are not moving at all, if there truly was negative degrees kelvin, that would mean negative energy, which would mean the Law of Conservation has been disproven, which would cause probably the biggest scientifical ********* since the heliocentric theorey.
#328 to #46 - madebynorwegians
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Must be damn cold then, lets see... -313 celsius if it is -40 kelvin, daaamn
#50 to #44 - khazix
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BRO DO YOU EVEN KELVIN?!
BRO DO YOU EVEN KELVIN?!
User avatar #94 to #44 - greenthegunstar
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Kelvin doesn't go below zero...That's what we call absolute zero.
User avatar #28 to #15 - kallebanan
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Which goes to show how retarded Fahrenheit sounds too me. Might you know why it is exponential in shape?
User avatar #78 to #28 - ickalanda
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It's not exponential in shape. The difference between two degrees in Fahrenheit is smaller than the difference between two degrees in Celsius. So while they are two linear lines, they are not parallel and must intersect at a point.
#130 to #28 - airforceman
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Fahrenheit was created based on the human body. But, when it was created, the measurements were off by a couple of degrees. This is why the medical field is really the only field to still use Fahrenheit, at least in America.
#324 to #28 - thelegitmetalhead
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User avatar #282 to #15 - johnsmithington
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It might've been -40 Kelvin though. Y'know, due to the windchill factor.
User avatar #317 to #282 - XanicLyoka
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0 degrees Kelvin is absolute zero. There is no negative on the Kelvin scale.
#329 to #317 - garnykins
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Didn't someone create a gas that goes below absolute zero, effectively creating a 'negative' Kelvin?
User avatar #332 to #329 - glasgowrangers
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Im not an expert but i doubt it

Everything needs energy to exist, if you have something at zero kelvin it ceases to exist. So to be below Kelvin, i would find that rather extraodinary. Although if you found a source i'd be interested in reading it
User avatar #330 to #329 - ningyoaijin
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Not exactly sure how they did it, but I think it was an imaginary temperature. Like, they were able to induce an electron to leave its place within a substance, and the resulting hole has a small proportion of the temperature, but since it's a hole and not a real particle, its properties are considered the opposite of those of the particle, hence the negative temperature. Or something like that.
User avatar #341 to #282 - johnsmithington
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Nobody gets me anymore :(
User avatar #327 to #282 - JasonBourne
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As stupid as you just sounded I'm thumbing you up anyway because that made me nearly laugh myself unconscious.
User avatar #316 to #282 - bigbeaufort
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-40 Kelvin would ******* kill you in a fraction of a second. To put it into perspective: 0 degrees Kelvin is equal to -273 degrees Celsius
User avatar #182 to #15 - waaw
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What if it was measured in Delisle?
#227 to #15 - anon id: 6a959622
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**** your **** bitch
#241 to #15 - anon id: bb1de574
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What about Kelvin, also you do need to specify the unit of measurement, or it could be -40 elephants.
User avatar #315 to #241 - sefyu
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Kelvin can't be negative bro
#325 to #15 - xdiabolicx
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#286 to #15 - exarzero
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**exarzero rolled a random image posted in comment #3287899 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. **

My face when SCIENCE!
#190 to #15 - ishotthedeputy
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What if he meant -40 Kelvin? Then there'd be a whole different point of the content
What if he meant -40 Kelvin? Then there'd be a whole different point of the content
User avatar #206 to #190 - suponion
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-40 degrees Kelvin doesn't exist
#209 to #206 - jmillenium
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I believe that's the point... I believe
#232 to #206 - anon id: af804fc6
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Actually, molecules have been found that have a temperature below absolute zero.
User avatar #262 to #232 - infamoustrapper
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...no. because that doesnt make any sense. like its not even that its like hard to obtain, you just cant. thats not how kelvin work. good job going anon on that one though
User avatar #313 to #232 - thatguyuknowtheone
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there is no point in measuring temperature below 0 K because the net kinetic energy is so low its essentially like the particles aren't moving all or it is inadmissible
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User avatar #318 to #267 - brenton
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That makes no sense whatsoever. 0K means the molecules are perfectly still. The molecules can't go any slower than complete stillness, so negative Kelvin can't exist.
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User avatar #340 to #337 - brenton
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I just graduated with a Bachelor's in Cellular Biology and a minor in Public Health. I was also just accepted into Pharmacy school, so I think I would know my physics and my chemistry. Temperature is a measure of the amount of energy a substance has, measured by the movement of particles.

Oh, and **** you for deleting your account for fear of being wrong. Pussy.
User avatar #202 to #190 - rectophobia
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> -40 kelvin
#199 to #15 - luquaz
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Indeed. However, Celsius is far superior in every way, shape and form so people should start using it cross the board.

pic related. it's anders celsius..
#294 to #199 - taurusguy
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Why not use Kelvin? That is a good way to measure ****. (jk though Celsius is fine...)
User avatar #18 to #15 - TarnRazor
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Why the hell were you thumbed down? You're absolutely right
User avatar #224 to #18 - rockamekishiko
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a bunch of retards. as soon as you say that people thumbed him up.
User avatar #263 to #224 - jetpistol
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That was probably because #1 said the same
#32 - carnagejc
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#181 to #32 - cannedsmarties
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#34 to #32 - trollofhalo
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#36 to #34 - gameshredder
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User avatar #38 to #36 - trollofhalo
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"HEY YOU GUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUYS?!"
#292 to #36 - vundli
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#124 - pawrestler
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Funny that -40 C is exactly the same as -40 F

hate to burst your bubble
#149 to #124 - sierramistfourteen
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science!  and math
science! and math
#131 to #124 - kmichel
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He's right about that fact. No need to thumb him down.

Another cool fact: Really pure water in a really clean glass can still be liquid below the freezing temperature. However, when you pour it onto the ground or shake it, it becomes ice almost instantly. Try putting bottled water in your garage on a night when the temperature is below 32 F. It might not freeze.
#156 to #131 - notaboss
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This is correct. I put my bottles of water in the freezer (I like them very cold), and when I pull the bottle out after about 45 minutes, it's still liquid. If I unscrew the cap, or shake it in any way, it immediately turns into a thick slush, or even solid ice. Pretty cool to watch.
#139 - rshanebarnes
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User avatar #245 to #139 - virtigo
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Why doesn't it freeze while inside the hoze?
#284 to #245 - anon id: ba575aa8
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it did... this how the ice comes out
User avatar #290 to #284 - virtigo
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It's water for a brief second when it comes out.
User avatar #162 to #139 - awakendhybrid
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This is making me very thirsty for some reason.
User avatar #80 - syis
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So this is how they make light bulbs.
Always bugged me
#101 to #80 - itsfreecola
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One internet to you sir
User avatar #170 to #101 - syis
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Wow.. feels fantastic!
#1 - anon id: 3bbda3be
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FUN FACT: At the numerical value "-40", Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same temperature!
#133 to #1 - willgum
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FUN FACT? i wouldn't be so sure
#20 to #1 - mishterlusk
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FUN FACT: If you stretched your intestines out in a straight line, you would die.
User avatar #5 to #1 - huffe
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another fun fact: water freezes extremely fast at that temperature, so spit can go 'clink'
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User avatar #7 to #6 - huffe
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it goes clink as in ice goes clink when it hits things. the wild west boys spat in metal cans
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User avatar #9 to #8 - huffe
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well, you failed pretty miserably
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User avatar #13 to #10 - kandazz
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I thought it was funny.
User avatar #14 to #5 - stijnverheye
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and how does peeing sound then ? 'clinkaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAHHHH' ?
#2 - sorakirin
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#225 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu
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Soap Freezing
#31 - crazyolitis
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All you need is some technique
#160 - dumbandyoung
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