So, as far as I know evaporative cooling is when the top layer of a material (lets say water) evaporates- taking energy with it leaving the rest of the material cooler. Also leaving the air, which transported some heat to it, cooler. But in a misting fan, the mist evaporates, takes energy from the air, and then- it just remains there. So the overall energy level of the system should be the same, no? Same entlapy, same entropy. Then why when this mixture of air and evaporated water droplets blows- even that you suposedly get a system with the same energy level as before, it cools you down? Thx.