The other day I was sitting down with a cup of coffee and I observed that, the water vapour rising up, rises forming vortices(are they still called vortices?). I am unable to understand how it happens?
My understanding is that water vapour persists in the atmosphere for only a few days, where as CO2 persists for 100’s of years. This argument sees bat shit crazy to me but he just wouldn’t believe what I told him. What other facts should be thrown into this argument?
And there is the paper by Hy Spinrad in 1963 reporting the water vapour on Mars, is there anyone could shed a light on this?
The image below (full size here) represents the concentration of CO2 in our atmosphere relative to water vapour and you can see how piddling small of an amount that CO2 makes up. Note the image below just shows the amount of CO2, not anthropogenic CO2, which would be smaller. The image below works out at about 1 molecule (CO2 in yellow) in every 25 molecules (of water vapour).
Idk but the shorter path provides a nice throat sensation and instant feedback and better flavour. Water feels great on way in but hard to judge, and then you bust a lung on exhale.
I bought a dirt bike toy for my nephew’s birthday. It has a feature where you put water in the gas tank, and then when you push the throttle water vapour pours out of the tailpipe. I’d like to get a similar toy for his older brother but I’m not getting any luck with google, can anyone help me find what I’m looking for? Thanks in advance.