FIGJAM wrote:I found this to be interesting and just rediscovered it.
Something I would add is that you can tell what your relationship to a person is based on how comfortable you are with their proximity to you.
If someone is approching you, at what point do you start to feel uncomfortable?
This would determine if they were a public, social, personal, or intimate aquantance.
burner von braun wrote:*bell rings*
OK class, take your seats and settle down..
Put away your psych books, this is science class.
Now, today we are going to learn about pressure differential condensation. Did everyone look at Bob's movie that he brought in.. Good..
OK, can anyone tell me why the cloud formed behind the jet? .. anyone..
YGMIR!! put that distillation coil back where you found it!
Alright, when the jet swoops down, and then pulls g's it emphasizes the low pressure above the wing needed for lift, and this lowered air pressure results in the air temperature in the immediate vicinity being reduced.
*notices Simon sneaking in late and gives him the evil eye*
Now, if conditions are right, this lowered temperature causes water vapor to condense out, forming a short lived 'cloud' that you see here.. or some such bullshit..
HEY! Did I say you people could light the bunsen burners!
now class.. CLASS!..
*storms out, resigns teaching position, and wanders off into the woods..
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