We've seen videos of water turning to dust with cold temps and eggs cooking in hot cars, but I am sure you've never seen pasta frozen after an ice storm.

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After a line of thunder sleet, someone decided to do a science experiment, and what hot pasta literally freeze. You can see from the video even the fork is frozen due to the cold temps.

All I can think of is a way to waste pasta, but at the same time what a cool science project. This was done when the hot pasta was directly taken into the cold weather and within minutes the fork, pasta, and even the plate just froze in time. I wonder if the experiment would work with some red sauce and meatballs? Guess the next time Mother Nature decided to bring us super cold temps I might have to put this experiment to test.

Here is a friendly PSA, don't eat pasta outside during cold weather, it might get a bit difficult.

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