Dave Burton, a typical confused meteorologist
August 14, 2014 at 12:08 am
That’s wrong, solvingtornadoes. For one thing, your claim that “moist air at ambient temperatures contains no steam” is nonsensical.
LOL. It’s a wonder you meteorological geniuses don’t design an engine that runs on the “power” of evaporation. You’d make billions!
Steam is just water vapor. Moist air, by definition, contains water vapor.
Steam only exists above the boiling point of water. Water vapor (ie when part of moist air at ambient temps) is not monomolecular. The fact that it is invisible when clusters are very small is what is confusing you. Your only argument, therefore, is to insist that I submit to your confusion, which I will not do. If meteorology was a real science and not a cult then tests/measurements would be done to resolve the issue. If you yourself were a scientist and not a cultist then you would be suggesting the same. And I’m not interested in joining your cult.
(Of course, foggy or cloudy atmosphere is another matter, because it also contains droplets of liquid water.)
It’s “another matter,” only because the droplets have gotten large enough to be visible.
Your decision to base your conclusions on lack of evidence is your decision. It is not my decision. Your decision to remain confused is your decision. It is not my decision. Your decision to submit to the authority of a confused paradigm is your decision. It’s not my decision. You and the other members of your cult need to stop insisting that people accept what you have failed to demonstrate empirically.
If you have evidence that H2O is monomolecular in our atmosphere then please present it. Otherwise kindly go away.