Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2012 11:42:20

Author: --- Steve Narf

Subject: Re: Non-Freezing of Undisturbed Bottled Water

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Ooops, my Fingers got tangled up on the keyboard. That's funny! :-)
Lack of morning Coffee

It's a little on the Gamey side...
Cheers!

-Steve
O' I am quite Dyslexic too - hell Very!!!


On 3/7/2012 11:05 AM, David Maiullo wrote:
> Steve,
>
> How exactly does 'bear' taste? I've been chased by them in Glacier,
> but never drank one...and how do they get them in those small bottles?
>
> ;-)
>
> Dave/RU
>
> On 3/7/2012 10:22 AM, Steve Narf wrote:
>> Old news,, \
>>
>> I do this all the time with those bottles and with bear. It's a great
>> bar trick.
>>
>> in layman's terms.
>> When hit, the carbonation (gas) is released (releasing thermo energy)
>> which lowers the molecular temp to make it flash freeze. The
>> carbonation is in water bottles to help with packing. This way they
>> can use creeper/thinner plastics. Bear-gas, I believe that's from the
>> yest.
>>
>> Freeze a bear "bottle" for 2 to 3 hours. Remove the cap "very slowly.
>> Do not pour! As you give it to your friend, tape it hard. If you work
>> at it, have them take there first drink and then tape it.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 3/7/2012 8:12 AM, Bill Norwood wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Taplers,
>>>
>>> Anybody familiar with the phenomenon?
>>>
>>> Thanks, Bill
>>>
>>> http://www.sootoday.com/content/news/full_story.asp?StoryNumber=50683
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Steve R. Narf
>> Instructional Program Manager
>> University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Physics
>> 1150 Univ. Ave., Madison, WI 53706-1390
>> Office Phone/Fax: 608/262-3898 * Dept. Fax: 608/262-3077 * Cell: 608/214-6074
>> Office location: 2237 Chamberlin Hall
>>
>> Email Disclaimer:
>> I have moderately to severe dyslexia thus my spelling/grammar skills aren't as strong as I would like.
>>
>> Lecture Demonstration web site;
>> Site:http://www.physics.wisc.edu/facultywiki/Demonstrations
>>
>> L.R. Ingersoll Museum web site;
>> Site:http://www.physics.wisc.edu/museum/

--
Steve R. Narf
Instructional Program Manager
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Physics
1150 Univ. Ave., Madison, WI 53706-1390
Office Phone/Fax: 608/262-3898 * Dept. Fax: 608/262-3077 * Cell: 608/214-6074
Office location: 2237 Chamberlin Hall

Email Disclaimer:
I have moderately to severe dyslexia thus my spelling/grammar skills aren't as strong as I would like.

Lecture Demonstration web site;
Site: http://www.physics.wisc.edu/facultywiki/Demonstrations

L.R. Ingersoll Museum web site;
Site: http://www.physics.wisc.edu/museum/


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Ooops, my Fingers got tangled up on the keyboard. That's funny!
:-) Lack of morning Coffee

It's a little on the Gamey side...
Cheers!

-Steve
O' I am quite Dyslexic too - hell Very!!!


On 3/7/2012 11:05 AM, David Maiullo wrote:


Steve,

How exactly does 'bear' taste? I've been chased by them in
Glacier, but never drank one...and how do they get them in those
small bottles?

;-)

Dave/RU

On 3/7/2012 10:22 AM, Steve Narf wrote:
Old
news,, \

I do this all the time with those bottles and with bear. It's a
great bar trick.

in layman's terms.
When hit, the carbonation (gas) is released (releasing thermo
energy) which lowers the molecular temp to make it flash freeze.
The carbonation is in water bottles to help with packing. This
way they can use creeper/thinner plastics. Bear-gas, I believe
that's from the yest.

Freeze a bear "bottle" for 2 to 3 hours. Remove the cap "very
slowly. Do not pour! As you give it to your friend, tape it
hard. If you work at it, have them take there first drink and
then tape it.



On 3/7/2012 8:12 AM, Bill Norwood wrote:


Hi Taplers,
Anybody familiar with the phenomenon?
Thanks, Bill

http://www.sootoday.com/content/news/full_story.asp?StoryNumber=50683











--
Steve R. Narf
Instructional Program Manager
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Physics
1150 Univ. Ave., Madison, WI 53706-1390
Office Phone/Fax: 608/262-3898 * Dept. Fax: 608/262-3077 * Cell: 608/214-6074
Office location: 2237 Chamberlin Hall

Email Disclaimer:
I have moderately to severe dyslexia thus my spelling/grammar skills arenít as strong as I would like.

Lecture Demonstration web site;
Site: http://www.physics.wisc.edu/facultywiki/Demonstrations

L.R. Ingersoll Museum web site;
Site: http://www.physics.wisc.edu/museum/



--
Steve R. Narf
Instructional Program Manager
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Physics
1150 Univ. Ave., Madison, WI 53706-1390
Office Phone/Fax: 608/262-3898 * Dept. Fax: 608/262-3077 * Cell: 608/214-6074
Office location: 2237 Chamberlin Hall

Email Disclaimer:
I have moderately to severe dyslexia thus my spelling/grammar skills arenít as strong as I would like.

Lecture Demonstration web site;
Site: http://www.physics.wisc.edu/facultywiki/Demonstrations

L.R. Ingersoll Museum web site;
Site: http://www.physics.wisc.edu/museum/



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