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Winter Video – Hot Water in Minnesota (a short film)

Winter Video – Hot Water in Minnesota (a short film)

Hot Water in Minnesota. A short film about what happens when you throw hot water in cold Minnesota. It was -19 degrees Fahrenheit when this movie was filmed. The movie was filmed entirely with a GoPro video camera. Music used with permission: Barroom Ballet by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Minnesota Cold (Part 12) Making a Snowman Piñata

Minnesota Cold (Part 12) Making a Snowman Piñata

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can make a piñata with water instead of paste. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: A large bag of candy 3 balloons Paper towels, cut in strips Warm water in a bowl 3 shallow …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 11) How to Make an Instant Slurpee

Minnesota Cold (Part 11) How to Make an Instant Slurpee

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can make your own slurpees outside. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: 2-liter bottle of pop of your choice Knife Cup Steps: Set outside the bottle of pop. Put it in the snow to …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 10) Watermelon Bowling

Minnesota Cold (Part 10) Watermelon Bowling

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can go bowling outside with a watermelon. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: 10 empty 2-liter bottles Water Food coloring Watermelon Permanent marker Knife Steps: Fill the ten 2-liter bottles with water, then add …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 9) Shooting A Super Soaker in the Cold

Minnesota Cold (Part 9) Shooting A Super Soaker in the Cold

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that…you can squirt a Super Soaker water gun and the water vaporizes. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: Super Soaker Boiling water A funnel Steps: Take the boiling water and, using the funnel, pour it into …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 8) How to Build an Igloo (Snow Cave or Quinzhee)

Minnesota Cold (Part 8) How to Build an Igloo (Snow Cave or Quinzhee)

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can build an igloo and stand on it by just shoveling a bunch of snow into a pile and hollowing it out. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: Shovel A lot of snow Steps: …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 7) Shattering A Frozen Shirt Ball

Minnesota Cold (Part 7) Shattering A Frozen Shirt Ball

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can freeze a t-shirt into a ball and shatter it against a wall (or at least you can try). This one didn’t work! Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: T-shirt Pot of boiling water …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 6) Sledding on a Frozen Towel

Minnesota Cold (Part 6) Sledding on a Frozen Towel

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can freeze a towel and go sledding on it. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: An old towel 3 large paint cans A bowl of warm water A hill to sled down Steps: Dip …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 5) Breaking a Frozen T-Shirt

Minnesota Cold (Part 5) Breaking a Frozen T-Shirt

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can freeze a t-shirt and break it against a wall. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: Large pot of boiling water Tongs or utensil to dip the t-shirt T-shirt Steps: Boil a large pot …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 4) Blowing Frozen Bubbles

Minnesota Cold (Part 4) Blowing Frozen Bubbles

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… bubbles freeze when you blow them outside. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: Bubbles Really cold weather Steps: Blow a generous amount of bubbles outside and watch them freeze! Helpful Hints: Blow the bubbles near …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 3) Frozen Hair

Minnesota Cold (Part 3) Frozen Hair

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… your hair freezes if you don’t dry it before going outside. I somehow talked my wife into helping me with this one. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: A wet head of hair (or a …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 2) Pounding a Nail with a Frozen Banana

Minnesota Cold (Part 2) Pounding a Nail with a Frozen Banana

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can pound a nail with a frozen banana. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: Banana Nail Wooden board Steps: Take a banana and leave it outside on a cold winter day until it is …

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Minnesota Cold (Part 1) Hot Boiling Water in the Air

Minnesota Cold (Part 1) Hot Boiling Water in the Air

Subscribe to the Minnesota Cold YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/nziegler Minnesota – It’s so cold that… you can throw hot water in the air and it vaporizes. Watch and subscribe all of the Minnesota Cold Weather Experiments: www.youtube.com/nziegler . Materials: Mug Boiling water Steps: Fill a mug with boiling water. Bring the mug outside into cold winter air …

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