Goldfish reanimated after being frozen in liquid nitrogen


A science teacher freezes a fish in liquid nitrogen, and then puts it back in water to reanimate it. They call it the Leidenfrost Effect, I call it mad scientist behavior. Via Geeks are Sexy.


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