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May 23, 2015 AT 1:00 am

Why Raindrops Are Mathematically Impossible

Why rain shouldn’t happen, according to physics. via minute physics


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1 Comment

  1. They missed one more reason (past the “dirty little secret” referenced) which is really important.

    Have you heard of “cloud chambers” to view radiation? Part of the climate and weather is affected by cosmic rays and solar activity. When ionizing radiation goes through the atmosphere, it causes condensation.

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