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How did the water for clouds goes up?

 
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How did the water for clouds goes up?
When you use a water boiler, the water needs to boil for up going water molecules.
Which effect explains it outside while forming a cloud with water molecules?
The temperature of a lake or sea is never over 33°Celsisis, but the molecules go up and Form clouds or hurricanes.
I see there a big blank to the 100°Celsisus boiling temperature.
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Re: How did the water for clouds goes up?
Evaporation. tounge
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Re: How did the water for clouds goes up?
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Re: How did the water for clouds goes up?
I found the Penman-Equalation now and I am so happy to gain the knowledge I really wanted.
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Re: How did the water for clouds goes up?
When you use a water boiler, the water needs to boil for up going water molecules.
Which effect explains it outside while forming a cloud with water molecules?
The temperature of a lake or sea is never over 33°Celsisis, but the molecules go up and Form clouds or hurricanes.
I see there a big blank to the 100°Celsisus boiling temperature.
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rainclouds are created by bacteria lifting water in to the air.
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