I have one of those atomic clocks that also tells you the outside temperature and indoor temperature. I've noticed that there is coorelation between the outside temerature and what's happening inside the house in terms of the temperature going up and down. I know that sounds obvious, but it's the start of an analogy.
This also seems to be the case with the humidity, outside humidity, effects the indoor humidity.
Now, I realize that the body has a way to maintain a level temperature. Reptiles don't, but mammals do. Does the human body maintain a constant level of moisture? If the air is humid, we obviously are breathing moist air, but does that influence the amount of moisture in the body overall? Would the composition of moisture in the body differ somewhat between folks in Arizonia and Hawaii?
You ask, "Ken, where the heck did this idea come from?"
Do a search here on "Dew Point" we have a thread about it. I'm wondering out loud about how all this might work. Folks blame heat, but Russell Johnson explained that it's about dew point. But, we still don't know what the bodies interaction with humidity is that causes the reactions associated with the "Hot Bath Test". Links to help me understand would be very appreciated. Ken
It would be really nice to be able to put links in here
If I have included a bad link, google the word "Scholar", click link for "Google Scholar". Search for the name of the paper and author in Google Scholar.