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Making Cloudsplosions

What happens when you mix boiling water and liquid nitogen? An explosion of freezing mist that produces dense clouds! Watch that happen when the guys from Kuma Films try it out. They keep enlarging the experiment until they can assume even cynics will be impressed. And we get to see what's happening in slow-motion, too. (YouTube link) The close-ups recorded inside are the best part.
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