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If the rocks dissolve, yes. Are you saying the gel dissolves in the air? It evaporates? Are you sure about that?
However, add rocks(minerals, pollutants), and it becomes condcuctive.
Absorption is irrelevant to persistence.
There are many different types of atmospheric particulates that can act as CCN. The particles may be composed of dust or clay, soot or black carbon from grassland or forest fires, sea salt from ocean wave spray, soot from factory smokestacks or internal combustion engines, sulfate from volcanic activity, phytoplankton or the oxidation of sulfur dioxide and secondary organic matter formed by the oxidation of VOCs. The ability of these different types of particles to form cloud droplets varies according to their size and also their exact composition, as the hygroscopic properties of these different constituents are very different. Sulfate and sea salt, for instance, readily absorb water whereas soot, organic carbon and mineral particles do not. This is made even more complicated by the fact that many of the chemical species may be mixed within the particles (in particular the sulfate and organic carbon). Additionally, while some particles (such as soot and minerals) do not make very good CCN, they do act as very good ice nuclei in colder parts of the atmosphere.
No. But you seem to have been.
Since you seem to be stuck on the word absorption.
Water requires a non-gaseous surface to make the transition from a vapour to a liquid.
When no CCNs are present, water vapour can be supercooled at about 8°F (-13°C) for 5-6 hours before droplets spontaneously form (this is the basis of the cloud chamber for detecting subatomic particles).
But when something which is more dense than something else is on top of that something else, it falls through that something else and does so until the density matches. It doesn't just sit there.
i will let this rest a bit because I am starting to fade. all this talk about and around is makin my head hurt. state what ever it is and lets get on. I feel an impasse coming with he said I said she said. I will be back and hope some point are made. thank you all for your participation,................... Painfulhead
How can they do that? We are talking about temperatures below -40º. Ice forms, not water. Ice covers those particles. How can those particles absorb ice?
There is a period of time that they are so hot that they would melt any ice particles.
Allowing them enough time to absorb the water before it freezes again.
Originally posted by Raffles
Chemtrails to me are a total myth, they don't make any sense.
If they where trying to kill us off wouldn't they start by putting something in the water ?