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Best Outdoor Refrigerators – Reviews Of The Compact Ones

If you want to make your next outdoor get-together more entertaining, you need to invest in the best outdoor refrigerator.These are special fridges designed to withstand outdoor weathering (i.e., they’re weatherproof). They come with equally large capacities compared to the indoor models for holding your drinks, snacks, etc.In this post, I’ll give you top 5 […]

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  • Updated December 19, 2017
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How Do I Pack An Ice Cooler The Best Way Possible?

How do you keep your food and drinks cool and fresh when you go on a road trip? Most of us pack our lunch boxes and beverage bottles in an ice cooler. Unfortunately, we don’t always use the right procedure, and the drinks get lukewarm prematurely. But that stops right now. Let me give you […]

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  • March 19, 2017
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Ice Coolers: How Do They Work Actually?

Ice coolers: we can’t do without them. How else would we ensure our food and drinks are cool and fresh when we go camping? We hardly remember what people did before the invention of ice coolers. But have you ever wondered how they work? What makes them so effective? Let’s find out The Science Behind […]

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  • March 19, 2017
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Types Of Ice Coolers And Their Usage: Things To Know

Are you thinking of buying a cooler? Great! But take care you don’t buy the wrong kind. Yes, there are several types of coolers in the market. It all depends on your particular need and taste. We have got a dedicated article for the best personal coolers, in case you are interested. Okay, let’s learn […]

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  • March 19, 2017
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Greenland ice sheet: sensitive + melting fast

About 10% of the world’s fresh water is stored in the Greeland ice sheet: a cap of freshwater ice that covers more than 50,000 km² of inland Greenland’s landmass. If the Greenland ice sheet melts completely, predictions are that the release of that 10% of water will raise our planet’s sea level about 7 metres. […]

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  • February 25, 2017
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Terje Isungset: Ice Trumpeter Seeks Glaciers

One thing that strikes me about at Norwegian percussionist Terje Isungset‘s invented instruments is how personalized they are. Isungset is one of only a handful of people in the world to make ice percussion instruments. And I’m pretty sure he’s the world’s sole crafter – or at least the master crafter – of ice trumpets. […]

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  • February 25, 2017
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International Freezer Appreciation Day: Aug 7/09

Documentation of moving Rachel Wiegers’ deep freeze, including her description of why freezers matter so much to Yukoners even though they live in a massive freezer for several months each year, is now posted as the final installment of IFAD. Aug 8/09 Wednesday August 12 (laptop is currently down) Monday Aug 10 will be the […]

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  • February 25, 2017
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Ice in Lit: Operation Northern Shield (excerpt)

Lance Blomgren’s Operation Northern Shield (ONS) is a speculative research project investigating the possibility of new settlements in the Canadian arctic. Inspired by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s well-publicized obsession with Canadian sovereignty in the far north—not to mention its wealth of resources and economic potential—ONS depicts the world where ice is both material and idea, building material […]

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  • February 25, 2017
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