posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 02:54 AM
Originally posted by Highlander64
Originally posted by chr0naut
Ice = no magnetic field.
The fact that it has melted pretty much identifies that it is ice.
I often wonder about statements like this
how can ice melt in space?
as we understand space is a vacuum and heat is not transferred through a vacuum
when you are in a plane at 30,000 feet the air temperature is -1 c maximum on a hot sunny day
its colder than that on the top of mount everest in summer
the higher you go and the thinner the atmosphere the colder it gets
So then we experience heat because we have an atmosphere and radiation from the sun travels through the vaccum of space and accelerates molecules in
the atmosphere - or perhaps it is an electrical force
regardless, without an atmosphere ice will not melt, so what causes a comet tail? Could it be some form of electrical interaction between the sun and
Water, at low temperatures, sublimates. It is a process that looks like boiling. At the top of mount Everest, water appears to boil at 69 degrees
As the pressure drops, the boiling point comes down.
What boiling point do you think water has in an absolute vacuum?
The equation you require is on WikiPedia:
Live with it!
That's what happens, and no amount of hiding your head in the sand and saying "NA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NA", over and over again, so you can't hear the
truth, makes it any less real.
Do you think others have any belief in what you said?
We are all looking at you!
It is, after all, a public forum.
What do you think we are thinking about you?
edit on 16/9/2011 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)