blowing bubbles at -45C
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Here we are at a crisp -45C in Thompson, MB Canada on March 11, 2009 - the coldest day of the winter so far. Wind chill factor is at are many things you can do for excitement in Thompson, MB when it's this cold and blowing bubbles is one of them. Now I was told that bubbles would freeze and make a "tinkling" sound at -40C and colder. Well they don't unfortunately. They shrink - collapse into themselves leaving a "skin" behind. The cold causes the air inside the bubble to be less dense which causes the warm - and never let the cold deflate your spirit!!