Camp Cryokinesis

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Camp Cryokinesis

Post by lovethelife » Sat Aug 11, 2012 7:07 pm

Hi there, 8 yr burner thinking of starting a new camp this year to share our cryokinetic abilities.

Cryokinesis is a very strong elemental power enabling the user generate and manipulate cold and ice. This ability is generally used to project streams or blasts of intense cold intended to freeze targets.
We are bringing liquid nitrogen (-321 degrees) and patented machine that allows us to freeze any liquid instantly so we can make ice cream, sorbet, and frozen drinks without ice. We can make a half gallon of anything in under a minute!

If there is interest we will try and organize an ice cream social hour or two on a few days to make frozen treats using cocount milk, fruit juice, and for the adults, booze. The only way to freeze alcohol is with liquid nitrogen. The idea is to pick a flavor/theme for each of the days we will offer it up, with one day being "You bring it, we'll freeze it" We can freeze energy drinks, protein shakes, and just about anything else you can think of.

I'm thinking of creating a kickstarter to cover the cost of the extra nitrogen and ingredients we would need to serve lots of people. Here are some recent concoctions!

If you're interested in helping out, donating ingredients, or helping in any way let me know. It would be great to have a solar generator and set up out in the playa somewhere with a little oasis for surprising hot travelers.

We haven't locked down a spot for our camp yet, so we are open to joining an existing camp that may compliment our cryokinetic abilities! We have a yurt village with 4 people and an RV with 4 peeps. We are arriving from LA

The Mad Scientist
Cookie Butter ice cream
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Fresh strawberries and juices
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Cold fog is created when freezing up a batch.
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