20 thoughts on “Ask A Broadsheet Reader

  1. Dhaughton99

    Clouds are created when water vapor, an invisible gas, turns into liquid water droplets. These water droplets form on tiny particles, like dust, that are floating in the air.

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  2. Slightly Bemused

    They are a form of cirrus clouds, possibly cirro-cumulus is my guess.

    Very high altitude, formed with smaller droplets and probability of ice particles.

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  3. Clampers Outside

    God’s cape dragging behind him as he takes a walk… he’s an uncouth messiahy fecker that fella.

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      1. Slightly Bemused

        *grumble grumble grumble*

        I said that already

        *grumble grumble grumble*

        Seriously: wonderful links, @ MO! Seriously loved the lecture!

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      1. Slightly Bemused

        And henceforth your name shall be Graham!

        My next door neighbours kid saw this on my phone (safely, I assure you), and called the cloud Graham.
        Graham! ?
        Next thing we will be calling hurricanes Bill, or Joe!

        All hail Cloud Graham!

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        1. MO

          What I want to know is – are the other clouds morphing into raging Cumulonimbi at the sight of Graham winning again for the third time this year? Some heard grumbling darkly about contrail theories and vapour injections!

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