Physics of Water: Liquid Gas Micro-drop Mechanism, Are Pollution & Waste Killing Clouds & Precip?


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 29 November 2017

 

 

Physics of Water
Liquid Gas Micro-drop Mechanism

Are Pollution & Waste Killing Clouds & Precip?

A model explains effects like the formation of clouds from the sea,
UNIVERSITY OF SEVILLE, November 29, 2017.

This research is down in the "bottom of the trench" examining the fundamental relationship between gasses and liquids that fundamentally drives our weather.

As a dedicated observer of weather, I find this mechanism very interesting for understanding how oceans and the atmosphere interact at the atomic level, how the very interface between liquid, gas, and the mechanism of cloud formation fundamentally operates. This research does that.

Nature is so amazing.

Sadly, surface pollutants around the world's oceans seem to have a suppressive influence on the micro-drop mechanism, and therefore on cloud formation.

 

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