Snow with no water in it? Atlanta’s confused.

COMMENT –  If you dump snow in a mess-tin and heat it, it disappears. You have to add it to a little amount of hot liquid water otherwise it goes straight to steam. Well-known phenomenon to mountaineers. 

Blowtorch converts ice crystals in snow instantly to gas ie water vapour, which is invisible, but solid ice cube is too dense to be immediately vaporised. You get the sub-surface turning to liquid which melts the rest of the cube. In short, this is nothing sinister. 

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6 Responses to “Snow with no water in it? Atlanta’s confused.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Are there any Tap readers in Scotland who have had snow, who could do a similar test.
    The test is not to melt all the snow, but to see if it gets smaller on the application of heat. Like polystyrene plastic cups.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I noticed last year in Scotland when we had snow,that it was like very fine bean bag beans kind of mixed in with “normal” snow. Not had much snow yet this year though.

  3. We were supposed to get snow in my area ( East Scotland) at the weekend but nothing happened. Our weather forecasters just have to make things up now as the geoengineering has made their ‘forecast’ meaningless.
    I’ll try out the experiment with the snow…if we ever get any 😉

  4. Anonymous says:

    5 seconds with the blowtorch is not enough. It appears the snow is absorbing the water. He needs to put said snow in a pan and on the stove to prove his point. Snow and ice are not the same. The ice cube is unable to retain the moisture as the snow is due to their relative compositions. Sorry but not a very scientific hypothesis.

    RabbiT

  5. Anonymous says:

    If you dump snow in a mess-tin and heat it, it disappears. You have to add it to a little amount of hot liquid water otherwise it goes straight to steam. Well-known phenomenon to mountaineers. Blowtorch converts ice crystals in snow instantly to gas ie water vapour, which is invisible, but solid ice cube is too dense to be immediately vaporised. You get the sub-surface turning to liquid which melts the rest of the cube. In short, this is nothing sinister.

  6. Anonymous says:

    http://taysidechemtrails.blogspot.co.uk/
    This is well worth a look, Chemtrailing in Scotland.

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