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#338 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
At 70 C°, the fluid in your eyeballs freeze.
User avatar #347 to #338 - drunkasaurus (05/09/2012) [-]
...there's fluid in my eyeballs?
User avatar #354 to #347 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
Ummmm, yes. If you didn't your eyes would be just a pair of motionless weird balls.
User avatar #352 to #347 - lolfire (05/09/2012) [-]
...I'm guessing you're younger than 15...
User avatar #360 to #352 - drunkasaurus (05/09/2012) [-]
I'm almost 21. But I was never very intelligent: for instance, I barely graduated high school and work at Raising Kanes. But I get free chicken so it's all good.
User avatar #372 to #360 - omegatrond (05/09/2012) [-]
People who brag about beeing intelligent are not, it takes intelligence to know that you are not the smartest person around!

Could have used a pic that said "The smarterest" here

#379 to #372 - anon (05/09/2012) [-]
Understandable but lolfire never said he was smart, also your eyes containing water should be kind of you know obvious. Especially with all the commercials for things like clear eyes where they say how their product rehydrate eyes.
User avatar #380 to #379 - omegatrond (05/09/2012) [-]
I didnt say anything about that. i replied to drunkasaurus :)
User avatar #339 to #338 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
I mean -70°
User avatar #356 to #349 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
Basically your eyeballs freeze and you go blind.
User avatar #383 to #356 - feltzy (05/09/2012) [-]
I feel like if it is cold enough for your eyes froze you'd be dead from your core body temperature dropping
User avatar #388 to #383 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
Yeah. When you are really cold, but not yet frozen as in hibernated, you freeze to death. Kind of like a failed cryogenics test.
User avatar #384 to #383 - feltzy (05/09/2012) [-]
*to freeze. I changed the sentence around and didn't change the conjugation of froze
User avatar #357 to #356 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
But you go blind untill your eyes are thawed. It woudn't melt your eyes, because it has been tested in cryogenics and people's eyes didn't just swim out of their eye sockets after being thawed.
User avatar #363 to #357 - pineappleninja (05/09/2012) [-]
wouldn't, after freezing, expand though? popping them out the sockets or something?
User avatar #366 to #363 - synapse (05/09/2012) [-]
When you are frozen at under -100°C you would be perfectly still for a long time (Depending on when were you thawed), and since you would be still, nothing can move under thick ice.

If it was -70°C randomly all over the world, you would just start breathing extremely slowly, your eyes would start to freeze, and finally, you would be sort of hibernated. You couldn't move, because you would be paralysed, and when you are thawed, the ice turns into water and the fluids in your eyes wouldn't just pour out of your sockets, but just partially go away. But then more would be created to go back into it's place, and your eyesight would get better after time.

tl;dr : water would escape your eyes after being thawed but not all of your fluids
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