The coldest natural conditions will be found in which ever are the current winter polar regions with the winter Antarctic polar region normally being colder than the winter Arctic polar region on average.
However, many scientific experiments generate extremely low "cryogenic" temperatures at (for practical purposes) "absolute zero " -273°C.
Extreme natural temperature figures are given at: http://funadvice.com/r/bheops62lri
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South pole. Well, if you count Antarctica a continent.
The coldest inhabited place is, according to wolfram alpha, Resolute in Canada.
among my laughing kids!!!! I never want to be in the other part of the world unless they are around!!
OMG, I thought it was the COOLEST!!! LOL well, with my answer I have to consider it the coolest!
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