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    Posted February 8, 2013 by
    Westlake, Ohio
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    Photo essays: Your stories in pictures

    Anti-Gravity Snowman


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     fleximan says over the course of more than a week, a six foot snowman that was constructed when her family was gathered together in Westlake, Ohio, defined gravity by melting sideways without breaking apart. The snowman was built on December 26 and a few days later she noticed the snowman was slowly sliding to the side. 'We snapped pictures of the snowman's journey everyday to share with everyone... he was quite the hit and had quite the following,' she said. She says the snowman finally made "touchdown" and hit the ground on January 5. 'But he never broke apart.'
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Over the course of a week and a half, our 6+ foot snowman slowly defied gravity and physics and melted sideways to the ground without ever falling apart.

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