"Cold molecularly slows down the vibration of molecules within metals. Metals, obviousely with metallic bonds, are like a sandwich of electrons between protons. According to Louis deBroglie, even mechboxes with metallic bonds have wavelength-like patterns of movement. So, cold weather should take away the moelcular movement and lengthen the wavelengths "
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