View Full Version : "Liquid Ice" Produced Inside Russian Pyramid
29th December 2010, 23:34
I heard David Wilcock mention this on his latest coast to coast appearance.
This is a video of water from inside one of the modern Russian pyramids. Even though
it is in the middle of winter the water does not freeze; however, when the person hits
the bottle of water it instantly freezes, or so it seems.
Liquid Ice From The Pyramid
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29th December 2010, 23:52
Spontaniously, the freezing bottle sounds like the beer bottle trick, as seen 100 times on youtube. Note: i have not seen the above clip.
29th December 2010, 23:52
Not that I have a pyramid for freezing water but I am sure more and more fruitful ideas will come of this.
30th December 2010, 01:17
the yootoob video (comments) mentions that it is a bunch of new age hooey. Well, I've never seen a bottle of water pull off that stunt in -38C before. Any water, of any type distilled, de-ionized, whatever. The point of stating it that way..is that impurities are what and where the ice crystallization is considered to start around. Distilled and de-ionized water is generally quite pure, with a very very low particle count. Thus, it can be supercooled, but it takes quite the bit of careful handling and then it suddenly does creep freeze like in the video. But, this only works to maybe -5-7 degrees below freezing. I could be wrong, but this is my experience.
And, I've seen -38C more times in my life than most of you have seen, oh, I dunno. Possibly more than some have seen sunrises, for example. Ie, many times.
My point here is that the beer bottle trick and 'supercooling' the water or even various metals (gallium, for example) does work. But not at the difference of 0c vs that of -38c, from any way or situation that I'm aware of.
In most of these cases we are talking about minor shifts to below their freezing or solidus point. 5-10 degrees. Maybe.
Not such a big difference of being a hair away from a huge 40C differential.
30th December 2010, 02:57
Is it vodka?
30th December 2010, 14:07
how about frozen coke?
from youtube comments:
"You can actually do this with any soda. It just has to be at just the right temperature just below what is normally freezing.
The reason it isn't frozen when it comes out is bc the soda is under pressure - if youve taken a good chem class this might
make more sense. when they open the bottle the pressure is lowered and the freezing pt is raised and can therefore freeze."
30th December 2010, 14:37
This may sound like a stupid question,however I must ask .
Why does the water / liquid, frees only from the top down ??
Does gravity play a part ?
30th December 2010, 20:14
Here is some news coverage of these Russian pyramids.
Moscow pyramid gives out good vibrations
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