>>on 27-06-2002 8:48, Jon Glass at jonglass_at_mac.com wrote:
>>>In Pensacola, it's not that rare to have 100% humidity (or higher even!)
>>Eh, wouldn't 100 % humidity mean that you're already in the pool ?
>>And in my book there's no such thing as over 100 % ;-)
>No, since humidity is a relative value, not an absolute one,
>100% rel. humidity does not mean by far, that you are in the pool.
>This has to do with temperature and condensation.
Hmmm...I don't know...at 100% humidity, it sure feels like you are in the
pool! ;-) :-)
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