I still don't get how using an inaccurate chart helps you.
And isn't cold breath technically a liquid when it meets the air? Like a cloud? Hence that would be liquid CO2 what you breath out. Wouldn't that require extreme cold to produce?
The white we see is the water vapour. The point being that temperature is connected to it forming. Hence contrails. Hot engine air and cold air of the sky= vapour.
Anyone who thinks you breath out visible CO2 would have to be living in another world.
In fact it seems you need extreme PRESSURE to create liquid CO2.
Creating Liquid Carbon Dioxide
Extreme cold just produces solid CO2. Ice.
So our lungs must be under extreme pressure to produce liquid CO2.
50-70 times our atmospheric pressure in fact. Amazing.