Its going to get down to 20 below here in the next few days. I may not even go into the office. I cant imagine anyone coming out in that cold to buy what I'm sellin anyway........<quoted text>
The coldest that I have experienced was when I lived in Ohio it got down to 20 below zero....
I have seen a person put a rose in dry ice and when they pulled it out they hit it on a table and it shattered like glass....Do you think that would happen to living objects exposed to that low temperature?
Yes I think it would happen to living objects, but because of the mass difference they would have to be exposed in the dry ice longer.
I was thinking about the 135 below zero scenario. I wonder if a person could even breathe in temps like that. You would think it could freeze your throat and lungs, but maybe body temps would prevent that (shrug).