It’s so cold in Minnesota, and one man wants to prove it! Nathan Ziegler has made a series of YouTube videos showcasing the frigid winter temperatures, and his latest video has gone viral. According to WPXI, Ziegler cleared the snow off of a trampoline outside his house, and coated it with water a couple of times, making a thin sheet of ice. After a short amount of time, Ziegler stood up on the edge of the trampoline and threw himself backwards, smashing the ice into pieces.
The video has been viewed over 2.6 million times. According to ABC 15 Arizona, Ziegler is a school principal (he was previously a science teacher, which could explain his various cold weather experiments). In total, he has made 13 videos showcasing just how cold it is in Minnesota.
“In other videos, he is seen blowing bubbles that freeze and pounding a nail with a frozen banana, to name a few of the cold-air activities.”
The Minnesota man isn’t the only person making viral videos. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, someone in Maine filmed what they say is Bigfoot. For many, the video looks like a hoax (it appears as though there is a man wearing coveralls walking in the woods), but there is still some debate about it. You can check out that video here.
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