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BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - JANUARY 22: Editors Note: This image may have been digitally manipulated for confidentiality to remove any patient identidy data. Health care science practitioner Rachel Jennings, monitors sperm and embryo samples in the cryo store at Birmingham Women's Hospital fertility clinic on January 22, 2015 in Birmingham, England. Birmingham Womens Hospital provides a range of health services to women and their families using the latest scientific procedures and care. Last year the maternity unit delivered over 8,000 babies, cared for 50,000 patients and performed over 3000 procedures in its state of the art theatres. The hospital is also home to world renowned research scientists, fertility clinic and the national sperm bank. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

I know you read the title saying what in the world is going on here. Listen, I did too and boy was this the most absolute coolest thing to watch!

In under a minute, I was able to watch air being turned into liquid using a cryocooler. Now, I’ll be honest, I’m wondering well can you drink it? Will it evaporate back to air when it rises back to a certain temperature? These are definitely questions that need answers that I don’t have right now, but I will find out. In the meantime, watch the video.