By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
Sylphs are transmuting air into water. Neon gas conversion to water is simple, as only two protons need to be drawn off the nucleus and chemically recombined with the remaining oxygen. The sylphs appear to be able to pull off neutrons, contain them with their magnetic fields, and use the hydrogen atom which is spontaneously generated a split second later when the neutron divides into a proton, electron and subquently emits a neutrino.
With such flexibility, a sylph can create water from atmospheric
oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Atmospheric dust, which is mainly silica,
can also be converted to air and water. The sprayed aluminum particles
can also be converted to air and water. The process is more involved
with any number of intermediatary steps depending on the end product. The
large cometary sylphs and now the
sylph giants of Jupiter and Saturn are doing the same work.