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How exactly do you explain water Well it can mean different things in different situations In chemistry water would mean H2O two part hydrogen and one part oxygen In biology water would be a polar compound molecule with an uneven pattern of charge in which can mix well with any fluids I love biology In a flash flood water might mean danger To a thirsty man in the desert it may mean survival To a sparklettes administrator water may mean profit In religion water may mean purification To a person taking a shower water may mean cleanliness As you can see water can mean anything However in terms of life water is everything Many people take water for granted We all need water to live There is no exception We can live weeks without food but only 2-3 days without water To you a normal person who lives in a community where water is plentiful water may not seem very important at all However to a thirsty person in a hot Sahara Desert water would mean the difference between life and death A person that deprived of water would do any means possible to obtain water even if it means killing Valuables such as gold silver and diamonds are completely useless because they do not help anyone and we can survive perfectly fine without them if not better Thanks to the useful properties of water life is able to carry out its regular functions Water is a polar molecule meaning that it has an even pattern of charge That means that water can mix with almost anything Cells can carry out chemical reactions within out body with ease Our world is also perfect for water to exist on because water can be found in all 3 forms Gas solid and liquid and can change easily from one form to another because the Earths climate is within these temperature ranges We are also very
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