Why Is The Water Boiling?

Based on what one respected geek said, when a fluid flows through an opening very fast enough, the pressure within the fluid drops drastically due to Bernoulli's principle. Water always "wants" to boil, but is held together by air pressure. Without enough pressure, bubbles of steam will begin to form in the water.

What is this phenomenon?

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