Originally Posted by gnuworldorder
well i was just assuming it was an ideal gas (which it isnt its actually a suspension) pv=nRT and nRT is constant so pv(thick hose)=pv(thin hose). so if you can get the same pressure on both hoses the volume would be the same which would mean it gets thicker. since the thinner hose has more resistance, it would mean the thicker hose would have less pressure and therefor need more volume to equal out.
I'm not gonna claim to understand that formula but it seems to me that in order for there to be a constant there would have to be a contained (or "constant") environment. The hose is not such, it's a passageway, your lungs could fill the role of a constant containment area and I could see the smoke concentrating there, but thats well past the taste buds... maybe on the exhale it makes a diff?