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Would this change if in a "camelback"; and this was on a person's back?
and if it was frozen in a camalback it would probably melt if thats what you mean
you're not being clear
a camalback or platypus will not keep frozen items frozen. it will keep it cold, but not frozen
maybe water, but it would take super long. I just don't think vodka will freezeat all in it
vodka doesn't even freeze in a home freezer boyo. Bad luck
that fucker was LYING
70% is a pretty damn strong vodka and that is around -70C apparently. Safe to say that you would need Captain Birdseye's industrial freezer to get anywhere near it seeing as the home freezer does about -20C.
As far as I know -20 would be bloody cold for France. But then again at altitude you might get such effects however nothing like an air temp of -70C. If the legend is one of freezing booze out on the slopes I'm calling SHITE unless those hills were part of the Larsen B Ice Shelf.
Beer certainly would go given the right circumstances, maybe wine and some thin spirits. I seriously doubt anything like a proper vodka would go, not impossible but I believe unlikely.
lower freezers at work.
Few places are happy about you coming and doing experiments, even if you work there I'd bet however!
samples in them. We also have rooms with "Danger: Lasers" on the doors.