This has been bantered around in a rather circuitous fashion on other threads. What happens when you freeze tobacco? Not the accidental "Oops, I left my tobacco in the car and there was a hard freeze!" or "I just bought a new tin of Escudo and I want it to last forever in my household freezer.". What if you aged your tobacco to what you thought was "just right" and then stuck it in the freezer. Better yet, instead of sticking it in a home freezer at -20 degrees you stuck it in a commercial -70 degrees or lower (absolute zero)? Would the freezing do significant harm to the moisture in the tobacco or would it bring to a halt the aging process (no more bacteria) and you could keep it for years in suspended animation?