I would also like to say that at boiling point water evaporates, so much as those little water drops might want, boil they cannot. If rain was set on fire it would turn into vapor, this is called evaporation. The movement from a liquid state to a vapor state is called evaporation, although I'm simply re-iterating myself, I feel it is important for the individual that thinks rain will boil by lighting it on fire. I also think that it is important because if one of "Adele"'s fans think this way, she may have the same opinions, as drones often take from their queen, and a drone you most certainly are, no offense intended.
Sorry to prolong this, but I'm mildly offended since I think this comment was aimed at me for a comment I made as a joke.
When you are done honing your English skills on the Gaga forum, I suggest working on your science skills here. While your grasp of being a pompous ass is dead on, your grasp of everyday scientific phenomena is sadly lacking. I suggest starting with Wikipedia and look up vaporization which is what you are confusing with evaporation. Boiling water does not evaporate, and evaporation only occurs below the boiling point.
As a happy drone of my queen, I will quote her and tell you to "F*ck off, you loser".
PS Sorry for the science shit Daydreamers.
Thank you for the complement, I was in fact going for the pompus ass look and am glad you caught it. I'm also suprised at how many people replied to my post, I wasn't even expecting it to get approved by a moderator. In fact, it's quite silly how many people posted, it just made me so warm and happy inside, I giggled a bit a while ago. Anywho, I like that you acnkowledged your drone status, living up to something like that takes somone of character, so I applaud you, although me saying that will cause you to somehow look down on me for it, I can accept that. Anywho, I wanted to say that evaporation and vaporization are the same thing, not sure why you think they're seperate, but I know for a fact that they are not. Without evaporation it wouldn't rain, and with that I do mean that evaporation doesn't only happen at the boiling point, but it in fact happens more rappidly then, regardless of material. Hope you were educated at least a little bit by this Mr. Drone. Thank you for your time, and have a nice evening as it is for me.