Buzz People Experience -220°F (-140°C) For The First Time 2 years ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest As of 2013, the coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was reportedly 135.8 degrees below zero Fahrenheit…this chamber is 220 degrees below … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts A man is free after over 45 years. See how artists helped make a difference. February 28, 2016 Do Americans Know Asian Geography? January 5, 2016 You have to see this touching moment between a future basketball star and his dad. January 10, 2016 America Ferrera's speech at the Women's March sends a powerful message against hate. January 21, 2017 The machista mentality is harmful for women. These 21 tweets explain why. October 15, 2016 Lesbians Give Gay Men Wardrobe Makeovers February 12, 2016 19 Comments YouTube Addict January 8, 2016 I got a Buzz Feed ad before this…… R0995 January 8, 2016 "I'm from the dessert but cold is just not for me." What's up twilight reference. Gamelater18 January 8, 2016 You now everyone hates you Buzzfeed. Go away pls Gamelater18 January 8, 2016 Pls Jason Fraser January 8, 2016 In line for a rollercoaster? No, this is more like waiting in line for torture, in fact I'm surprised that this hasn't been done as torture yet, it would work. Humanity is very creative with torture techniques and there have been freezing tortures but not this cold, usually it involved taking you outside naked in the winter below freezing and hosing them down with water, and if you were truly dedicated to torturing them breaking the ice off their skin with rubber hoses. This would work, just take that 90 seconds and take it until they start turning blue, warm them up and shove them back in multiple times, it would break most people pretty quick. The agony of freezing and then warming back up and then being comfortable for a few moments and then having the cycle repeat, that would break you. Plus it would leave very little evidence of torture, I'm not endorsing torture but if you need to torture someone and can't get caught this would work very well. SparklePaws2510 January 8, 2016 This is just Making me cold. tootsie|troll® January 8, 2016 you wear a mask but no goggles? it's pretty scary to go in a temperature like that without eye protection even if it's only a minute or so. Kate McConnell January 8, 2016 So basically Canada Oscar H January 8, 2016 welcome to scandinavia TheMckechnieProject January 8, 2016 I went skydiving, I think I can handle -140* c ??? Wtaf dee huff January 8, 2016 Who thinks it would be awesome to fart in there Pratyush Srivastava January 8, 2016 They looked very calm. But that just seems lethal Adam Dannoun January 8, 2016 The thing I love most about buzz feed is how they enhance the video title of people doing these kinds of things with "for the first time". Like it could be swimming with sharks and add "for the first time", as if people do that kind of stuff everyday. Adam Dannoun January 8, 2016 The thing I love most about buzz feed is how they enhance the video title of people doing these kinds of things with "for the first time". Like it could be swimming with sharks and add "for the first time", as if people do that kind of stuff everyday. Kelsie Nash January 8, 2016 and I literally thought 10° was cold dalton35100 January 8, 2016 Don't pull a sole survivor AdminWirsoftonline January 8, 2016 -140C, fuckin eh that's like spring. emily wong January 8, 2016 that will be so scary is the door got stuck and they were in there UncannyMonkey January 8, 2016 "That was cool."Pun not intended…or was it?