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I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER
    #8788151 - 08/17/08 09:54 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

Help!

I don't know much about water.  I need to learn about it.  I am interested in the physical properties of water as well as the metaphysical properties...

I just feel like I should know.  How can I find this information?


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788153 - 08/17/08 09:55 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788157 - 08/17/08 09:55 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

Google Water. Or H20. Wikipedia's pretty good too.

OR,

You could do some funky experiments. You know these days its easy to find water!


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788161 - 08/17/08 09:56 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

Dihydrogen Monoxide Awareness.
http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html

Know your substance and know your source. :thumbup:


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: deCypher]
    #8788164 - 08/17/08 09:57 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

water it the leading cause of drownings


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #8788169 - 08/17/08 09:59 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

I dunno. Ever passed out in a bowl of soup? Or puked while passed out? That could kill you!


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: never.never.land]
    #8788170 - 08/17/08 09:59 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

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never.never.land said:
Google Water. Or H20. Wikipedia's pretty good too.

OR,

You could do some funky experiments. You know these days its easy to find water!




I'm drinking distilled right now.  Looks like I will just have to probe deeper and do some research. 



oh, thanks, pris.  :wink:


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788219 - 08/17/08 10:11 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

From wiki:

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Water (H2O, HOH) is the most abundant molecule on Earth's surface, composing of about 70% of the Earth's surface as liquid and solid state in addition to being found in the atmosphere as a vapor. It is in dynamic equilibrium between the liquid and vapor states at standard temperature and pressure. At room temperature, it is a nearly colorless (with a hint of blue), tasteless, and odorless liquid. Many substances dissolve in water and it is commonly referred to as the universal solvent. Because of this, water in nature and in use is rarely pure, and may have some properties different from those in the laboratory. However, there are many compounds that are essentially, if not completely, insoluble in water. Water is the only common substance found naturally in all three common states of matter—for other substances, see Chemical properties. Water also makes up 55% to 78% of the human body.




I guess (at the risk of sounding insane) I just want to UNDERSTAND water. 

A water molecule is polar; (polar means one side is positive, opposed by a negative side), water = 1 oxygen atom, 2 hydrogen atoms.  Hydrogen was the first atom to be made in the creation of the universe...seems significant to me.  Oxygen is formed in stars.  Water comes from stars!  :smile:

I'm getting into this.


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788233 - 08/17/08 10:14 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

Water is believed not to be native to Earth...it was brought here by comet impacts. 

SPACE

WATER COMES FROM THE DEPTHS OF OUTER SPACE HOLY SHIT


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788237 - 08/17/08 10:15 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

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Water is believed not to be native to Earth...it was brought here by comet impacts. 

SPACE

WATER COMES FROM THE DEPTHS OF OUTER SPACE HOLY SHIT



:thumbup: now thats some interesting shit


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    #8788239 - 08/17/08 10:16 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

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1. Most of the earth's surface consists of water; there is much more water than there is land.

2. Water can not only be found on the surface, but also in the ground and in the air.

3. There is the same amount of water on earth as there was when the earth was formed. The water that came from your faucet could contain molecules that Neanderthals drank…

4. The overall amount of water on our planet has remained the same for two billion years.

5. There are two kinds of water; salt water and freshwater. Salt water contains great amounts of salt, whereas freshwater has a dissolved salt concentration of less than 1%. Only freshwater can be applied as drinking water.

6. Water consists of three atoms, 2 Hydrogen atoms and an Oxygen atom, that are bond together due to electrical charges.

7. The weight of a water molecule depends on the number of moles present, as it is 18 grams per mole.

8. Water moves around the earth in a water cycle. The water cycle has five parts: evaporation, condensation, precipitation, infiltration and surface run-off.

9. In a 100-year period, a water molecule spends 98 years in the ocean, 20 months as ice, about 2 weeks in lakes and rivers, and less than a week in the atmosphere.

10. Groundwater can take a human lifetime just to traverse a mile.

11. Most of the earth's surface water is permanently frozen or salty.

12. Water regulates the earth's temperature.

13. Water freezes at zero degrees Celcius.

14. Water vaporizes at a hundred degrees Celcius.

15. Water is the only substance that is found naturally on earth in three forms: liquid, gas, solid.

16. If water changes phase its physical appearance changes due to parting of water molecules. In the solid phase the water molecules are close together and in the gaseous phase they are the furthest apart.

17. Frozen water is 9% lighter than water, which is why ice floats on water.

18. A litre of water weighs 1.01 kilograms.

19. It doesn't take much salt to make water "salty." If one-thousandth (or more) of the weight of water is from salt, then the water is "saline."

20. Saline water can be desalinated for use as drinking water by going through a process to remove the salt from the water.

21. When water contains a lot of calcium and magnesium, it is called hard water. Hard water is not suited for all purposes water is normally used for.

22. To determine water quality certified agencies take samples that are tested in a laboratory. The samples are tested on various factors, to determine if they suffice water quality standards.

23. Each country has its own water quality standards that determine to which degree water should be purified, depending on the purpose it will be used for.
About water quantities:


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0. Water is the only natural substance that can flow freely in its natural state through the minute blood vessels in our brain and body.

1. As oceans are very wide and there are multiple to be found on earth, oceans store most of the earth's water. This is apparently 97% of the total amount of water on earth, 2% of which is frozen.

2. 80% of the earth's water is surface water. The other 20% is either ground water or atmospheric water vapour.

3. Of all the water on earth, only 2,5% is fresh water. Fresh water is either groundwater (0,5%), or readily accessible water in lakes, streams, rivers, etc. (0,01%).

4. If all the world's water were fit into a gallon jug, the fresh water available for us to use would equal only about one tablespoon.

5. Over 90% of the world's supply of fresh water is located in Antarctica.

6. Less than 1% of the water supply on earth can be used as drinking water.

7. The earth's total amount of water has a volume of about 344 million cubic miles.
· 315 million cubic miles is seawater.
· 9 million cubic miles is groundwater in aquifers.
· 7 million cubic miles is frozen in polar ice caps.
· 53,000 cubic miles of water pass through the planet's lakes and streams.
· 4,000 cubic miles of water is atmospheric moisture.
· 3,400 cubic miles of water are locked within the bodies of living things.

8. Approximately 66% of the human body consists of water. Water exists within all our organs and it is transported throughout our body to assist physical functions.

9. The total amount of water in the body of an average adult is 37 litres.

10. Human brains are 75% water.

11. Human bones are 25% water.

12. Human blood is 83% water.

13. 75% of a chicken is water.

14. 80% of a pineapple is water.

15. 95% of a tomato is water.

16. 70% of an elephant is water.

17. Each day the sun evaporates a trillion tons of water.

18. A single tree will give off 265 liters (70 gallons) of water per day in evaporation.

19. An acre of corn will give off 15,000 litres (4,000 gallons) of water per day in evaporation.

20. A small drip from a faucet can waste as much as 75 litres of water a day.

21. The amount of water we deliver on a hot summer day, 308 million litres (80 million gallons), could fill 1.28 billion cups of coffee.
About water & health:

1. A person can live about a month without food, but only about a week without water. If a human does not absorb enough water dehydration is the result.

2. A person must consume 2 litres of water daily to live healthily. Humans drink an average of 75.000 litres of water throughout their life.

3. Humans cannot drink salt water.

4. More than 2 billion people on earth do not have a safe supply of water.

5. Water regulates the temperature of the human body. If you have caught a fever you should drink lots of water.

6. Water removes waste from the human body.

7. You should never drink water straight from a lake or river, as it can be damaging to your health.

8. If you live in an old house with lead pipelines you could get health problems. Due to weathering of the pipelines lead can end up in your tap water.

9. Your drinking water may be fluoridated to help prevent dental cavities.

10. Water leaves the stomach five minutes after consumption.

11. Centres for Disease Control receive notification of more than 4,000 cases per year of illness due to drinking water contamination.

12. A quarter of the world's population is without safe drinking water.

13. Water can cause serious health damage when it is contaminated by bacteria and other microrganisms.

14. In most cities and towns, drinking water from the tap is treated so that people don't get sick with diseases such as cholera and typhoid, which are caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites found naturally in the water.
About water use and saving water:

1. Humans use more and more water each year.

2. Americans use five times the amount of water that Europeans use.

3. Humans daily use about 190 litres (50 gallons) of water.

4. A person pays about 25 cents for water use on a daily basis.

5. Two thirds of the water used in a home is used in the bathroom.

6. To flush a toilet we use 7.5 to 26.5 litres (2 to 7 gallons) of water.

7. In a five-minute shower we use 95 to 190 litres (25 to 50 gallons) of water.

8. To brush your teeth you use 7.5 litres (2 gallons) of water.

9. For an automatic dishwasher 35 to 45 litres (9 to 12 gallons) of water is used.

10. Saving a bottle of cold water in the fridge is better that taking it from the tap, because it saves time and water.

11. While brushing your teeth, instead of leaving the tap running, you should fill up a glass to rinse your mouth.

12. Baths use less water than a typical shower. Soaking in a partially filled tub will use less water than a short shower.

13. The average person spends less than 1 % of his or her total personal expenditure dollars for water, wastewater, and water disposal services.

14. Less than 1% of the water treated by public water systems is used for drinking and cooking.

15. Bottled water can be up to 1000 times more expensive than tap water and it may not be as safe.

16. Today, at least 400 million people live in regions with severe water shortages.
About water pollution and related problems:

1. Humans largely influence the factors that determine water quality, as they depose off their waste in water and add all kinds of substances and contaminants that are not naturally present. We now know more than 70.000 water pollutants.

2. About 450 cubic kilometres of wastewater are carried into coastal areas by rivers and streams every year. These pollution loads require an additional 6,000 cubic kilometres of freshwater to dilute the pollution. This amount equals to two-thirds of the world's total stable run-off.

3. Public water supplies must meet or exceed certain standards. The kind of standards that are used differ for each country. Many public water supplies consistently supply water that is much better than the minimum standards.

4. Four litres (1 gallon) of gasoline can contaminate approximately 2.8 million litres (750,000 gallons) of water.

5. Groundwater supplies serve about 80% of the population, whereas up to 4% of usable groundwater is already polluted.

6. There are 12,000 different toxic chemical compounds in industrial use today, and more than 500 new chemicals are developed each year.

7. Over 70,000 different water contaminants have been identified.

8. Each day almost 10,000 children under the age of 5 in Third World countries die as a result of illnesses contracted by use of impure water.

9. Today, drinking water meets over a hundred different standards for drinking water quality.

10. The principal sources of contamination are associated with the post World War II chemical age.

11. If all new sources of contamination could be eliminated, in 10 years, 98% of all available groundwater would then be free of pollution.

12. Most of the world's people must walk at least 3 hours to fetch water.

13. Freshwater animals are disappearing five times faster than land animals.
About water as a raw material:

1. It takes 5,680 litres (1,500 gallons) of water to process one barrel of beer.

2. It takes 450 litres (120 gallons) of water to produce one egg.

3. To process one chicken we need 44 litres (11.6 gallons) of water.

4. To process one can of fruit or vegetables we need 35 litres (9.3 gallons) of water.

5. About 25,700 litres (6,800 gallons) of water is required to grow a day's food for a family of four.

6. It takes 7,000 litres (1,850 gallons) of water to refine one barrel of crude oil.

7. To manufacture new cars 148,000 litres (39,000 gallons) of water are used per car.


Water makes up more than two thirds of the weight of the human body, and without it, humans would die in a few days. The human brain is made up of 95% water, blood is 82% and lungs 90%. A mere 2% drop in our body's water supply can trigger signs of dehydration: fuzzy short-term memory, trouble with basic math, and difficulty focusing on smaller print, such as a computer screen. (Are you having trouble reading this? Drink up!) Mild dehydration is also one of the most common causes of daytime fatigue. An estimated seventy-five percent of Americans have mild, chronic dehydration. Pretty scary statistic for a developed country, where water is readily available through the tap or bottle.

Water is important to the mechanics of the human body. The body cannot work without it, just as a car cannot run without gas and oil. In fact, all the cell and organ functions made up in our entire anatomy and physiology depend on water for their functioning.

    * Water serves as a lubricant
    * Water forms the base for saliva
    * Water forms the fluids that surround the joints.
    * Water regulates the body temperature, as the cooling and heating is distributed through perspiration.
    * Water helps to alleviate constipation by moving food through the intestinal tract and thereby eliminating waste- the best detox agent.
    * Regulates metabolism






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In metaphysics, water represents the flow of the collective mind - the collective unconscious. It teaches us that our reality is forever changing - never to become what it once was.

Our souls guide us to live in or near water. We are comfortable and relaxed staring out at calm waters.

Ocean sounds are helpful in meditations.

The ancients used water as part of Initiation rites.

Water is linked with Aquarius - the water bearer - the moon - lunar energies and tides - the feminine aspects of our souls which represent higher frequency consciousness - to which we are now returning.



One can peer into a basin of water - wait a few minutes - then see images appear within the water. This is an ancient form of divination.

We were supposedly born from the waters - evolution from the sea - which links with aquatic creational forces - Nommos.

Certain holy water is said to have healing properties. Water is often used in healing and sacred ceremonies. Places that contain healing water or natural spirngs / wells / baths - are found in many areas of the planet.

There are those who believe in the healing properties of water found in Turkey. They call it Super Ionized Water.

Physical therapists use water with their patients.

When reality changes with speak of water as freezing - an Ice Age - in which consciousness shift from one program of reaity to another.

This is also seen in the metaphoric tales of Noah's Ark - Flood Stories from around the World
We search for evidence of water off planet in places like Jupiter's Moon / Satellite - Io and evidence of canals on Mars.

End time prophecies often speak of great cataclysms in which the waters of the planet will flow over the Earth destroying civilizations - forming new coastlines - after which new civilizations will emerge.

Mythology speaks of mermaids and mermen who live in the sea.

In folklore Mermaids and Mermen are sea-dwelling creature commonly represented as having the head and body of a woman or man and a fishtail instead of legs. Belief in mermaids, and their counterpart, mermen, has existed since earliest times. They are often described as having great beauty and charm, which they use to lure sailors to their deaths. In some legends they assumed human shape and married mortals.

Phoenecian relief from the Palace of Sargon c. 700BC, the merman figure can be seen in the top left corner.

Atlantis supposedly submerged in the sea.

Many believe in subterreanean civilizations that live in or under the sea.

In every pantheon of creational gods and goddesses there were gods of the sea.




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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788245 - 08/17/08 10:18 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: Shroomism]
    #8788246 - 08/17/08 10:19 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

HAHAHA I LOVE YOU, THANKS!  I knew someone would deliver a treasure chest of info.


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: DieCommie]
    #8788256 - 08/17/08 10:20 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

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Water is truly amazing. 

One of the most important aspects of water's behavior is 'hydrogen bonding'.  The two H's on the ends of a water molecule are attracted to the O's from other water molecules.  This causes all the molecules to be attracted to each other... they all grab each other and pull forming as small a volume they can.  This is why water forms in circular droplets instead of just spreading out into a thin layer.  This is also why some bugs can walk on water.  The water molecule on the top layer pull on each other and form a thin skin on the surface of the water (surface tension).  Hydrogen bonding is also of key important to life processes which can be pretty technical.

Another feature of water is its high heat capacity.  It takes alot of heat/energy to raise the temperature of water.  The energy it takes to boil a cub of coffee or two could accelerate your car to 60 MPH.  Basically, water takes alot of energy to heat up, and expels alot of energy when it cools down.  What this means for us is water acts as a temperature moderator.  Places near the water have stable, non-fluctuating temperatures because when its hot the water absorbs the extra heat and when its cool the water releases extra heat.  This is where one of the key differences between coastal and continental climates.

Also, water forms regular 6 sided shapes when frozen.  This is also a result of hydrogen bonding.  Because of this, snowflakes form beautiful 6 sided shapes.  But more importantly for life, when water freezes its expands unlike most things when contract when frozen.  This is because the 6 sided shape water makes when frozen takes up more space and the water pushes out and expands.  This is why bottles can break in the freezer when frozen.  This is also why lakes freeze on the top instead of the bottom.  When water freezes it expands and floats to the top.  If it didn't, the ice would sink to the bottom and then be insulated from melting.  It is speculated that if ice sank, bodies of water would remain perpetually frozen and life may have never started at all!


The chemical properties of water are absolutely amazing!  There are others I cant think of right now of course.





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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788276 - 08/17/08 10:27 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

Basically, water is life. :laugh:

It's the basis of the lubricant for your brain/body/all your organs. It regulates your body core temperature, it is the basis for all bodily fluids.. and your blood. It cleanses and purifies the body of toxins... best cleansing method ever :laugh:. Water is life. Dying of dehydration would probably suck a whole lot.


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788293 - 08/17/08 10:32 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

I love how fundamental it is.  Hydrogen...and oxygen.  Two elements.  It just makes so much sense that it would be the way it is, and that it would be the perfect compound to facilitate the emergence of life.  It's really pretty amazing.


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: g00ru]
    #8788333 - 08/17/08 10:40 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

life is cool


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: MOTH]
    #8788398 - 08/17/08 10:53 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

Well, this is pretty cool.  Water can exist as a liquid at a temperature that is below its freezing point.  But but this 'super-cooled' water will freeze instantly once the first ice crystal forms.  Theres some cool videos of people doing experiements with super-cooled water.  This one is one of my favorites...


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: g00ru]
    #8788415 - 08/17/08 10:57 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

It is the only substance that naturally occurs in all three states of matter within the temperature range present on earth. Its also at the source of nearly all creation myths.


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Re: I'm trying to find some cool facts about WATER [Re: blewmeanie]
    #8788464 - 08/17/08 11:05 PM (9 years, 11 months ago)

This is fascinating.  I knew there was something awesome about water I was missing out on mentally, all these years.


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