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GeneralRe: Users, the bane of our existence PinmemberPeter R. Fletcher9-Jan-14 4:01 
GeneralRe: Users, the bane of our existence PinmemberRafagaX9-Jan-14 5:54 
GeneralRe: Users, the bane of our existence PinmemberMember 103898219-Jan-14 12:54 
GeneralDon't believe it PinprofessionalRob Philpott8-Jan-14 1:44 
I saw a clip on the news last night where in the US, to demonstrate it's getting pretty chilly, they threw some boiling water in the air only to have it fall to earth as snow.
Like a scene out of the dismal 'Day after tomorrow'.
Really? So it's going to drop 100c in a second and also dissipate it's latent heat to solidify in the space of a second flat in air - a very good heat insulator?
I'm having a very hard time accepting this. What says the CodeProject community?
Rob Philpott.

GeneralRe: Don't believe it PinmvpRyanDev8-Jan-14 1:46 
GeneralRe: Don't believe it PinmemberMaximilien8-Jan-14 1:49 
GeneralRe: Don't believe it PinprofessionalglennPattonWork8-Jan-14 1:58 
GeneralRe: Don't believe it PinmentorEspen Harlinn8-Jan-14 12:34 
GeneralRe: Don't believe it PinprofessionalglennPattonWork8-Jan-14 21:33 
GeneralRe: Don't believe it PinprofessionalRob Philpott8-Jan-14 1:58 

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