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Can gas return back into a sparkling beverage on cooldown?

We all know that if a sparkling beverage (let's say, CocaCola) spends some time outside of the fridge and gets warm, the gas comes out of the liquid, rises the inner pressure and makes the bottle ...
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How far we can see in the thickest possible fog?

There is quite foggy day today here, I cannot see end of the street. This made me think about how much worse can it be. So here is my question: how thick a fog can be? What's the smallest visibility ...
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How can I interpret negative values of potential evapotranspiration?

If I extract Potential Evaporation (PET, W/m$^2$) from the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), climate reanalysis data (downloadable as netCDF files here), there are some negative ...
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Can I use computer fans and tubes to lower the air temperature below dew point?

I suppose to build a small dehumidifier, but I am narrowing the question down into its logics. I have relatively powerful computer fans, water cooling radiator and some metal tubings. With the idea ...
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Majorana neutrino masses from left-handed neutrino condensate?

Let us consider a model with only left-handed neutrinos and with a new-physics interaction between these neutrinos, which leads to their condensation below a certain energy scale. Can we in principle ...
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Producing Condensation Trails by commercial aircraft engine

If the humidity decrease dramatically by altitude then how a commercial aircraft jet engine could produce condensation?
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Cloud chamber with normal ice

Is it possible to build a cloud chamber by using normal ice instead of the usual dry ice? The temperature for dry ice is about 200$K$ while it is about 270$K$ for normal ice.