Tuesday, October 12

Facts about water

Water Facts

Did you know that water, a truly unique substance, exists naturally on Earth in three distinct forms: liquid, solid, and gas? This peculiarity allows water to move around the Earth, a process we call the water cycle. Consider this: the average water molecule spends less than a week in our atmosphere, and a single drop of water contains billions of these molecules. Each water molecule comprises two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom, forming the familiar H2O.

The water cycle consists of 7 processes: evaporation, condensation, sublimation, precipitation, transpiration, runoff, and infiltration. 

Why not take a moment to explore each stage of the water cycle? Understanding this natural process can deepen your appreciation for the world around us.


Facts about water:

1. Water is about 70% of a human’s body weight.

2. Water regulates the earth’s temperature.

3. Water helps deliver essential nutrients to all the cells inside our body.

4. The human brain is made up of about 75% water.

5. Hot water freezes faster than cold water.

6. Frozen water is about 9% lighter than water, so ice floats when in liquid.

7. Water covers about 70% of the earth’s surface.

8. Humans need to drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.

Water is good for you, so drink plenty of H20 today!!


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