NEW HYPOTHESIS NATURAL WATER CYCLE 2020 .pdf
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NEW HYPOTHESIS - NATURAL WATER CYCLE - 2020
- If rainwater is formed from water vapor from evapotranspiration, as soon as a
small drop that can be influenced by terrestrial attraction forms, it falls, why would
it wait until it forms a hailstones of more than 1 kg to fall.
-If rainwater is formed from rising water vapor, it would have rained more in
summer than in winter.
-If cloud condensation nuclei (CCNs) are essential, what is it that connects the
water molecules in a bulb of bi-distilled water. Water molecules are bipolar and the
negative side of one attracts the positive side of water to form an indeterminate
whole, it is by crossing the air during their fall that water molecules can mix
-It occurs at least 1 to 2 flashes per second around the earth, it forms as much
water as there are lightnings by combination H2 + ½ O2, not from the rising water
vapor , the rain clouds without lightning and without thunder are remnants of this
chemical reaction that the winds transport far from their birthplace.
-Rainwater is distilled because it is formed from hydrogen and oxygen only.
-All clouds are made of the same matter, that is to say H2O water molecules, it is
difficult to imagine a positive cloud and a negative cloud but what we call positive
charges is the hydrogen ionized by compression due to the opposition of 2
mechanical forces (ascending and descending air currents hence heat), the negative
charges are oxygen which is known to be very electronegative, the hydrogen burns
in the oxygen and water is born.
-In a Diesel engine it is only the compression of the air which heats up to 600 ° C
and this energy starts combustion.