Pretty sure that's the moon._
@Sir Pancake Face, yeah I thought Mars was hot.
Like this depiction of stereotypical Russia. It should stay
@Starbomb, I'm from Russia, and if you ever go to the northern part of it, you'll feel like you're visiting Canada. It's like he!! Frozen over, and horrible ice and snow storms are common wether there. It really sucks
@Starbomb, thats no stereotypical Russian thats Soda Popinski.
@Starbomb, I like your name
I cannot be the only one that cringed when it claimed that -60 deg was "2 times colder" than -30 deg
@Habrok, I wish I could upvote this more than once
I am proud to live in Winnipeg at this point in time. Our rule for highschool was it had to be -60 for a snow day, and we actually had one. Good ol' Canada eh?
@Average Canadian, go winnipeg go! It was -51 with the windchill whenever that -30 day was. And I even had to bike to get weed. Car didn't start but that's not going to stop a real winnipeger.
@Mikegustafson, weed is worth it!
A lot of snow posts at the moment but hey snow problem.
The cold never bothered me anyway
Right, but I think the fact meant on the same day? Like at the same time it was colder in Canada than mars. I'm sure there are much colder temperatures recorded, just not lower than mars at the same time.
As a Californian, my body cannot even comprehend these temperatures. The closest thing I can think of is when I hid in my nephew's freezer to escape the authorities.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't -29C on Mars the average temp? I didn't think that that was the lowest ever recorded.
@Captain47, I don't think it said that was the lowest temp
@TheBeavcoon, it was implied
@Captain47, it's just on Jan 1, 2014 not ever.
Canadians are getting so butthurt over this post.
Last month in Alberta (Canada) it was - 50c..
Yes mars was only -29 degrees centigrade however the news stated that as the high, with the low being something like -86
I live in Canada and we have to go school in -40° whether. Celsius or ferrneheit it's the same at -40 w or without windchill.
I live in Canada and we have to go to school unless it's -40° ferrneheit
Umm not to. Rust your bubble but we in Canada were the coldest place on earth coming in at -52•c and also I have to walk to school in -32•c we don't even have snow days here
@Paul Walker, rusting bubbles sounds hard to do.
@Paul Walker, and then there is Fairbanks up here in Alaska where I have seen it get down to -60 F (-51 C) fairly often...
@Paul Walker, and here I was thinking that Antarctica was the coldest at -94 C. Silly me.
@Paul Walker, in Verkhoyansk, Russia it regularly gets down to -55F. Which is like -60C
@Paul Walker, finally people are talking about how cold it is in canada. It got annoying seeing people go on and on about Minnasota without mentioning us.
@Cornelius Fudge, apply warm water to ice burned area
@Cornelius Fudge, but Antarctica doesn't have hundreds of thousands people living there all year round.
@John Dillinger, Celsius temps are greater for temps less than -40...the more you know.
A month ago in Canada we had -50° weather and we still went to school. I myself was wearing a lightly padded leather jacket at the time. Pussy Americans
@retarded peanut, f*ck you. Of coarse you went to school, you're used to that climate. In parts of america where it normally get's cold they went to school. However in the south, where a lot of kids don't have good warm winter coats, they aren't used to those temperatures. Your comment is like saying "There are starving children in Africa? Well I had a a light supper last night, and didn't starve. Pussy Africans"
@The Thespian, want to fvcking go kid?
@retarded peanut, no. I don't need to continue after serving you once.
@retarded peanut, your name seems to suit you. And your response to The Thespian was the equivalent to asking "do you even lift, bro?" Perhaps if you don't have a more intelligent response you shouldn't be talking.
@retarded peanut, You just said you went to school, and now you are flaming, Probably only 12.
@retarded peanut, well, at least your name is accurate
Does mar's temperate change? I assume it does.
am I the only one that is really destabilised by the fact that he said that -60 is "twice as cold" as -30 :/
because in kelvin "-30" is 1.14 hotter then "-60"
or: "-60" is 88% the heat of "-30"
Being russian, this is completely accurate
Just sayin, here in Canada, -30° is when busses shut down, school doesn't close until about -45°-50°.. It's normal for it to be -40° up here
Here in Canada it went down to -45 degrees in ontario
Why is the word Russia typed in the colors of the American flag?
Im American... Not sure how these temps work
How did I not know about this. I live there.
Just so no one misses it all those temperatures are in Celsius
And here I am, with 80 degree weather in the middle of January.
Is anyone else bothered by the fact that they say Mars, but have pictures of the Moon?
@AdmiralSirManlyPower, I hope you're joking. Take a closer look.
Yay my city was mentioned on this app. Go Winnipeg!...
I don't know where this person got their facts from, but Mars does not have a proper atmosphere. Without a proper atmosphere, the planet cannot retain heat. Mars is considerably colder than that.
I feel an obligated need to comment. Also, this is 100% true of Russians
I'm from Winnipeg and I can honestly say I've gone to school in -40 conditions
Well I'm moving to Russia. Not about to be beaten.
The grammar...it's too much... *Dying Voice*
I saw a documentary on this
The best part about fighting soda popinski was punching his soda bottle out of his hand and then punching his face with a star punch
Wow, this pic was so.... Cool.
Regina Canada, was -40 for a week... Maybe not -60 but still damn cold. Now -20 is shorts weather.
We will win this for mother Russia!
For some reason it's only about 15° Fahrenheit in alaska