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Water Vapour Saturation
 Water Vapour Saturation

By B. Walker

(Psalm 104:3-4).

"He lays the (coolness) of His upper (Atmosphere) in the waters, Who makes the clouds His (vehicle), Who walks on the wings of the (Air), Who makes His angels spirits, His ministers a flame of fire."

A scientific fact is that there is water high in the atmosphere even though we may not see the mist, this compressed vapor is raised by the heat and cools as it hits the atmosphere to turn into dew or rain, or float as if walking in the clouds being buoyant and light as air. A scientific fact spelled out perfectly in the bible. In the words a meteorologist would be proud of.

 How do clouds and rain form? Clouds

As an air parcel rises it cools, the water vapour condensing when it reaches the dew point. Sunlight is scattered from the resultant droplets so that the emergent clouds can be seen by human eyes by their white, diffuse light. The best example of this is when air parcels rise from the warm ground in summer; those with only a small buoyancy compared to the surrounding atmosphere produce ‘fine weather’ clouds, those with stronger buoyancy climb higher and form thick clouds and heavy rainfall.

 Water vapour saturation

The air in our atmosphere always contains some water vapour, whose density can only climb to a certain saturation value at any given temperature. The maximum possible water vapour content of the air however increases out of proportion to any increase in temperature. Equally, it is always possible to cool an air parcel, reducing the water vapour saturation value, to a temperature at which the water in it starts to condense. The temperature at which this starts to happen is known as the dew point. Further cooling results in the excess water vapour being deposited onto fixed surfaces (dew formation) or onto condensation nuclei, leading to the formation of droplets. Tiny particles of various origin, the so-called aerosols, are usually present in abundance in the atmosphere and serve as these condensation nuclei.

 (Psalm 104:3-4).

"He lays the (coolness) beams of His upper (Atmosphere) chambers in the waters, Who makes the clouds His (vehicle)chariot, Who walks on the wings of the wind (Air), Who makes His angels spirits, His ministers a flame of fire."

 The word used in Hebrew for beams is qarah # 7135 some have used #7136 and this is a mistranslation of the Hebrew prime that means to cool

The word Chariot above in Hebrew is rekuwb it literally means vehicle as ridden on.#7398 Strong’s concordance