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We know enough about conditions that cause rain to be able to simulate it in a room. Why not use the principles of vapor and pressure to create a similar effect for snow globes. And then why not add to the mix reducing temperature to simulate snow. It would be neat to flood houses.
||Or spray snow on ski slopes. Oh we do that already.
||[21 Quest] Conceivably the globe could simulate the melting, evaporation and condensation cycle.