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Adequate Water

Adequate water.


  • Water will boil at 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. - 74
  • Boiling water:
    • Does not eliminate chemical contaminants.
    • Can increase concentrations of chemical contaminants!
    • Destroys most biological contaminants.
    - 75
  • "We are living, breathing, human beings that need water to live. The simple act of having water with me wherever I go has completely changed my energy level, and my focus!" - Natalie Dougherty - 175
  • Flood waters are deeper then they appear. - 230
  • Always wash your fruit under running water before eating them. - 253
  • New toilets should use less than 1.6 gallons of water per flush. - 4763
  • Water

    - 25809
  • Water weighs about 8.3 pounds per gallon. - 691
  • You can't tell what a watermelon is going to taste like before you cut it open. At least you can taste a grape before you buy a bunch. - 692
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  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: When does water boil?
  Answer: Water boils at 212 degrees F or 100 degrees C. - 63

Question: What is ice?
  Answer: Ice is frozen water. - 57

Question: When does water freeze into ice?
  Answer: Water freezes into solid ice at 32 degrees F. - 58

Question: What is the purpose of a rain barrel?
  Answer: A rain-barrel collects rain-water. Every home should have at least one. - 298

Question: What is water?
  Answer: Water is a clear liquid composed of hydrogen and oxygen = H2O. - 62

Question: How much water is on the surface of the Earth?
  Answer: 71 Percent of the Earth's surface is covered with water. - 89


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  Comments and Quotes  
Author: John McCain - Id: 257

We need people who can swim in the water.


Author: Michelle Rooks - Id: 234

A waterspout is a nonsupercell tornado that occurs over warm water. Waterspouts usually occur in the summer when parts of the ocean are hot. The hot air above the ocean will rise into the cooler air which forms a cloud. The hot air will spin so fast that if will form a funnel extending from the cloud. If this funnel touches the surface of the water, a waterspout is created. They are most common in the Florida Key and the southeast Florida Coast during the rainy season. However, waterspouts can occur in the western United States with late winter storms. Because a waterspout is a weak tornado, the most harm that is can cause is from flying debris.




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