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i reckon well moist.
but wouldn't it have to be warm for that much water to be in the air? then you would sweat and need MORE water
well...have you ever been in a french supermarket? they have that little water spray pyoowing on the lettuce and tomatoes. think like that but bigger, and you're being sprayed.
a cobweb when you go through that crystal maze old fashioned zone
someone page the Doctor
I mean I could read this, but fuck it, there's equations and shit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relative_humidity
but way more moist than her hopeless attempts at a Victoria sponge
He's run a series of calculations on computer models and has come up with a definitive answer. Apparently the air would have to be pretty damn moist.
Could you ever drown in steam?
that kid does it in that book called king of the castle iirc
Your respiritory and digestive systems are totally separate.
You'd be much more likely to suffer from the effects of water inhalation first.
HOWEVER is you were in a very warm area with a high relative humidity and were carrying around a chilled piece of metal or something, you might be able to condense enough water to be able to drink some, but it's likely that the high temperature and humidity would make you lose so much water through perspiration that it wouldn't contribute anything meaningful.
In ocean world in Hong Kong they have 'Pepsi Cool Zones' where you stand in a 4mx4m patch of conrete with a load of pepsi ad boards and they spray you with cooling water spray.
To cool down and that.
Because ocean world is fucking baking.