Awesome Dry Ice

What If You Ate a Brick of Dry Ice?

What If You Ate a Brick of Dry Ice?

Nibbling on crushed ice can produce a satisfying and cooling sensation. But we can’t advise doing the same with dry ice. What If explores what kind of terrible things would probably happen to you if you downed a big hunk of the solidified carbon dioxide that likes to maintain a temperature around −109.3 °F.

World’s Largest Dry Ice Bubble

World’s Largest Dry Ice Bubble

While we’re not sure that Liam Thompson really set any kind of world record, we’re still mighty impressed with the gigantic soap bubble he and his sister managed to make using dish soap, dry ice, an inflatable kiddie pool, and a piece of string.

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Ice Bodies

Ice Bodies

Artist and museum exhibit designer Shawn Lani has built a machine that circulates dry ice into a shallow tub of water, resulting in captivating cloud-like motion as the frozen carbon dioxide melts. His Icy Bodies exhibit can be found in a number of science museums around the world.

Giant Dry Ice Bubbles

Giant Dry Ice Bubbles

Illusionist, tinkerer, and all-around cool guy Brusspup stimulates our eyes and our brains with huge bubbles filled with dry ice vapors and a spectacular fog show when they each explode.

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