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What Do Frozen Soap Bubbles & Beliefs Have In Common

Bubble: Image by rihaij from Pixabay

Fascinating what shows up in our social media timelines — right?

On January 26th, 2021 Dr. Heather Hinam, Ph.D. (a Canadian naturalist, artist, photographer and educator) posted her video capturing the effects of a cold Canadian day on a freshly blown soap bubble.




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