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    #1

    few if any

    [It has only slight seasonal change in temperature, few if any air currents, and a constant relative humidity of nearly 100 percent.]

    i don't know the exact meaning of the sentence in bold.
    Last edited by Flyby; 19-Jul-2008 at 06:26.

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    Re: few if any

    Air currents are rare, and perhaps there are no air currents at all.

    constant relative humanity of nearly 100 percent
    And I suppose this was meant to be humidity, as it'd fit a lot better in your sentence, giving that humanity has no special influence on weather conditions.

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    Re: few if any

    Hello,

    Quote Originally Posted by IvanV View Post
    And I suppose this was meant to be humidity, as it'd fit a lot better in your sentence, giving that humanity has no special influence on weather conditions.

    I.
    I agree that humidity fits better the sentence, but I wouldn't so hastily say that humanity doesn't influence weather.

    Cheers,

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    Re: few if any

    I'd rather say it's vice versa. Weather influences humanity a great deal. :)
    Either way, this discussion will get off the track should we continue, and I hope we've come to the conclusion, as further chit-chat may bewilder the poster.

    All the best!

    I.

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