I agree with you that pressure and temperature are two different things. I think we have so many misconceptions about these two variables that I decided to take you on a journey that will hopefully help clear up some of the confusion.
At the beginning of Earth, we were in the middle of a solar eclipse. The sun is kind of a big ball of fire that’s constantly being eclipsed by the Earth, and this created a lot of heat. And as a result, the ocean water evaporated. The atmosphere was getting cooler and cooler, and it’s no longer raining. This is called a “wet blanket” because it covers everything.
What I’m getting at is that there are many ways of looking at the same phenomena. The best way to think about this is that it’s a heat-driven process. This is the big ball of fire that is being eclipsed by the Earth and the water in the atmosphere is the source of the heat. Since there was no rain, or the ocean evaporated, the atmosphere was getting colder and colder. And the atmosphere is warmer in the sun’s shadow.
When you look at the Earth’s surface, it is mostly composed of ice and water. It is cool to the touch, but not freezing. When a body of water is saturated with water vapor, the water temperature is increased. The water in the atmosphere is very cold and therefor the atmosphere is much warmer and dryer. As a result of the increase in the pressure of the water in the high atmosphere and the low atmosphere, the air temperature increases.
When the pressure of the atmosphere is greater than the pressure of the water vapor in the atmosphere, the air pressure is greater than the water pressure, and the air is warmer than the water. When the pressure of the water vapor is greater than the pressure of the air pressure, the air is cooler than the water. The increase in pressure allows for the air to expand and it becomes warmer than the water.
I think this has to do with a certain amount of water vapor being condensed to liquid water as the pressure decreases. These two are not directly connected, but the fact that some water can condense into a liquid water vapor makes the temperature change more obvious. It’s more apparent when you’re in a warm room with a constant pressure because it’s easier to feel the change in temperature.
I think the temperature change is a little less obvious because the cooling effect of the air is more pronounced, but its still pretty noticeable for a few seconds when youre in a room with a constant pressure. The fact that this is not directly tied to the water vapor makes it a little more subtle and more noticeable.
So if you are in a room with a constant pressure, you can feel the change in temperature. However, if you are in a room with a constant air pressure, then you can’t feel the change in temperature.
This is good to know because it can be a very noticeable factor, but it is certainly not the only one. One of the most useful ways to learn about air pressure is through the use of a pressure gauge. You can get a pressure gauge online for about $10 from a website that will measure how high the air is in your room. When you use a pressure gauge, the air will be much more noticeable because the pressure will be higher.
We will be measuring room air pressure in our apartment. We will be using a pressure gauge to make sure that we are following the appropriate standard.