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Message Subject Can it rain oily compounds in the Gulf of Mexico? Yes! Chris Landau geologist & meteorologist
Poster Handle Kachina
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Good thing the water isn't 176F degrees huh? Damn read the very article you posted from before jumping to mad outlandish delusions.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1016327

How about you re-read it. It starts evaporating when starting to turn to liquid (42-44F)... and continues evaporating until 177F when it's ALL vapor/gas. Just as water can start evaporating when it reaches 32+F and continues until it's all vapor/gas at 212F.

The water doesn't need to be 176F... it only needs to be above 44F for evaporation to begin (obviously the higher the temp - the more the evaporation).
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