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    Laptops Daddy
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    yeap. confirmed then. theyre not saying it’s the air around the hand, but the nitrogen gas that forms on contact.

    i dont know. id question this blah blah leidenfrost effect as the reason given for being able to do that safely. cum hoc ergo propter hoc, or something. i say you could probably touch some supercooled metal at the same temperature for the same amount of time, assuming you dont have wet hands and get stuck to it.

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    PeanutsRevenge
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    @laptops Daddy wrote:

    assuming you dont have wet hands and get stuck to it.

    Was just thinking as I read, you wanna make sure ya hands are VERY dry, but you’d already covered it, you clever little bunny.

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