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Discussion in 'Pictures & Photography' started by gain guide, Mar 26, 2006.

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    gain guide New Member

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    *Name the car

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    This was taken in Versoix in Switzerland.
    You think that's cold enough:D ?
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    Phozenstone New Member

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    i dont think thats real cuz if it was THAT COLD that the floor would freeze, why is th ocean still not frozen or at least have ice patches?
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    gain guide New Member

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    >>>But I never said it's REAL :sad: . It could have been a photoshop of some sort :eek: .

    >>>Here's that car:
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    oppositesleeper New Member

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    i think its real.
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    fineline cc fo life

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    of course it's real

    you can't photoshop something like that

    I've seen pics like this before... I'll see if I can find them

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    rolla_7AFE hmong

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    hellapinoy 2000 Celica GTS

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    i think it takes more time to freeze an ocean compared to water on top of a car... i think its real...
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    DeebsTundra Big Tires :)

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    Also, unless middle school chemistry escapes me, salt water is hard to freeze.
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    Ninety Four New Member

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    I'm sure they have pretty solid rust protection from the factory considering how much snow they get over there.
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    A large body of salt water will not freeze overnight, first the salt and other impurities lowers the freezing temperature of the water, secondly a large body of water takes a long time to cool down because the cold is dissipated over a large volume of water. I believe that those pictures are real, I remember seeing a site that had like 20 or 25 pictures of this ice storm, doubtful anybody would have photoshopped them all (and they look almost too realy to be photoshopped).
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    Paolino SolidTuned

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    Well if I remember correctly, [been out of school for many years now] any body of water is harder to freeze and heat up. Land can change temperatures both ways much more quickly.
    Its real. I got a Powerpoint slide of those vehicles once. Crazy stuff.
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    sonsofwisdom I can fix it

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    DAMN now THAT'S cold!!!!

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