Every one of you imbeciles has said and still says otherwise, moron

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James McGinn

Jan 16, 2022, 11:09:58 PMJan 16
On Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 5:46:02 PM UTC-8, pnal...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 10:26:53 AM UTC-8, solvingt...@gmail.com wrote:
> > The boiling temperature of H2O is 212 F at ambient pressures, you fucking mental retard.
> Of course it is, Jimbo... who said otherwise?

Every one of you imbeciles has said and still says otherwise, moron.

James McGinn / Genius

Michael Moroney

Jan 16, 2022, 11:36:34 PMJan 16
So let's see three of those posts where three different "every one of
you" said water boils at a different temperature than 212 F/100 C.

> James McGinn / Tard

Jim Pennino

Jan 17, 2022, 12:16:08 AMJan 17
Nope, has never happened and you have just shown a new delusion.

> James McGinn / Delusional

James McGinn

Jan 18, 2022, 5:32:51 PMJan 18

Solving Tornadoes

Jan 29, 2022, 4:20:43 AMJan 29

Jim Pennino

Jan 29, 2022, 10:01:12 AMJan 29
Gaseous H2O in the atmosphere is measured 24/7/365 by spectroscopic
techniques that can unequivocally and simultaneously measure all three
phases of H2O and people around the planet have been doing this for
many decades.

That you are unable to understand the physics of spectroscopic
analysis, or any other method of constructing a hygrometer to
measure humidity, does not invalidate such measurements.

No matter how many times you stamp your feet, deny this fact,
call others liars, claim you are the only person in history to
have come to the conclusion that gaseous H2O does not exist in
the atmosphere, misread steam tables and phase diagrams, insult
others, claim the entire world is confused, call people groupies
and morons, rant about church ladies, attempt to project your
anger for your delusions being challenged, rant on and on about
the boiling point of water or declare "you got nothing", the
fact of gaseous H2O in the atmosphere and it's continuous
measurement still exists.

In the 21st century all sorts of devices are readily available
that would have been amazing and wondrous in the 15th century.

One can buy telescopes and microscopes at toy stores so even
children can see the craters on the moon, the rings of Saturn,
bacteria and flagellates.

One can also buy hygrometers for as little as $1.

>> James McGinn / Cage free mental patient

James McGinn

Mar 6, 2022, 12:25:16 AMMar 6

Jim Pennino

Mar 6, 2022, 10:46:15 AMMar 6
Nope, those are the insane voices in your head telling you that.

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