Rain releases aerosols (and it's beautiful)


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 Rain releases aerosols

Is rain not an aerosol itself? Well, depending on droplet size, anyway.


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As someone who gets migraines at times of rainy weather I can’t help but wonder if petrichor is the actual trigger. I suspect there are a host of substances released into the air due to rainy weather from the soil.


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I thought that petrichor was the name of the smell, and that geosmin was the actual compound ( or at least one of them) that produced it.


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I liked it up to the point when they claimed Escherichia coli would be a disease. I say, I will not part with my E. coli for all the medical bullshit you could come up with.


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I thought that smell was just Thetans being released.

(Or something like that. I wasn’t taking notes.)


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Rain releases aerosols

No one tell Food Babe!


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