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I already made one. She isn't interested.

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Fun Fact: a few years ago, I noticed the weather was taking up a large portion of both the Happy Thoughts and the Bitch Fest threads, which inspired me to stsrt the How's the Weather Out There thread.

Inez, you realize your shark friend merits her own thread, don't you? That way, updates don't get lost in the shuffle of posts on other subjects. Just a thought, but I thought it woymuld be cool to give the shark her own thread.

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She must either be going to the Chegg or Fantasy Island.

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That's it. The bubbles started right away but it wasn't hot. It took longer for it to reach a boiling temp. It had me baffled because I just checked the boiling point at 11K feet and it's 191 degrees. I'm sure we didn't put our hand in it then.

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Mary Lee Up Date,she still in Jersey but way off shore ,almost in line with Beach Haven , "Fokker" area of Jersey .

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Oh bubbles happen at an earlier stage when dissolved gasses are driven out of solution.

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Unlike Denver, Lakes of the Clouds in CO is 11K feet in the air.. I know. less than Mt. Everest. Water was not hot.

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You're probably right but I'm telling you there were bubbles and it wasn't hot. Maybe the cold mountain air..I dunno.

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Eh.....

Boiling water is 95C in Denver and 71C at the peak of Everest.

Humans cannot tolerate water higher than 57C for more than a few seconds.

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If you think it's a low boiling point because of atmospheric pressure in Denver try Lake's of the Clouds there in Colorado. You can practually put you hand in it when it's "boiling".

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