Not the most considerate way to answer a request but, ok,
You ignored my request. You failed to dispute anything I stated. You need to delineate your assumptions first. Explain to us why you assume moist air contains steam. Without that your argument is nonsense.
I’ve had the same conversation over and over again. It always goes the same way. You point me to a bunch of sheep that make the same mistake you make and you think you’ve presented an argument. You haven’t presented an argument. First tell us why you believe that moist air contains steam. The fact that other people make the same assumption is not an intelligent argument. Without that assumption your argument is, obviously, nonsense. If you can’t explain why you think this assumption is reasonable (and I know you can’t) then the discussion is over (so the discussion is over):
Arfur, answer this one question: Do you or do you not have any direct evidence of gaseous H2O at temperatures below its boiling point? If you do I will send you a check for 10,000 dollars.
Humid air is heavier than dry air, not lighter.
“Using Avogadro’s Law and the ideal gas law, water vapor and air will have a molar volume of 22.414 L/mol at STP.
Water vapor is only an ideal gas above it’s boiling point. So this explanation is nonsense.
Please note that air which has water droplets in it is heavier than dry air, but that’s not what you said…
Please note that all air that is at temperatures below the boiling point of H2O exists in droplets, not individual molecules of H2O.
Prove me wrong. Science isn’t about what you believe or how many people carry the same belief. It is about reproducible experimental evidence. And you have none.
Joseph E Postma says: “I don’t know either Greg.”
I know now: it is all about more energetic photonic vibrators.