Video: Everything starts shaking, and the coin looks like it's trying to escape the block of dry ice in a fit of fury. The ol' science experiment is always fun to see because everything reacts so quickly. What's actually happening is that the coin warms up the dry ice, turning it back from solid carbon dioxide to gas, which furiously moves the coin around.
What Happens When You Put A Coin Into A Block Of Dry Ice
Trending Stories Right Now
Currently, when it comes to smartwatches, it’s the Apple Watch and then everything else. However, if a report from Android Police is any indication, Google might have a plan to wrest some sales away from Tim Cook and co.
Since the beginning, the big honking screens on Galaxy Note phones have been their most memorable characteristic. But as the rest of the smartphone world caught onto the jumbo display trend and screen sizes from various makers started to converge around six-inch displays, the throne on which Samsung’s Note phones lorded over lesser devices just didn’t have the same kind of sway. So now, the question is. What’s the purpose of a big arse flagship handset in 2018, especially one that starts at pearl-clutching price of $1,499?