Further Snow Freeze Project

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Further Snow Freeze Project
FSFP.jpeg
Status Finished
Specimen Snow
Time of Project Two Days
Start Date 23 December 2018


The Further Snow Freeze Project is a project that will be being conducted by the Seybold Geographical Society. They will be putting a specemin in a freezer until 25 December 2018 at 5 P.M. GMT-5 to see if they snow will become even more frozen.

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On 25 December 2018, the Seybold Geographical Society announced the end of the Independent Project called the Further Snow Freeze Project, now being abbreviated as FSFP, at 5:30 P.M. GMT-5, where the SGS put a snow specemin in a freezer until 25 December 2018 at 5 P.M. GMT-5 to see if they snow will become even more frozen. It was upon today by President Cooper Norfolk, who is also the Director of the SGS, while being watched by Jason Keourac, who is not a member of the SGS, but is a fan of the organization. After the capsule the snow was kept in was removed from the freezer, President Norfolk quickly compared the sample of snow that was in the freezer to the original patch of snow it was taken from on the 23rd of December. It appeared to be slightly more frozen than it oringinally was, which was exciting for the SGS, whom was hoping to have a difference. This was taken as a success by the SGS. The snow was thrown back outside after the project.