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You all know water!|
Water in the oceans, water in the rivers and lakes, water in the clouds water in every human, every animal ..
On this web page we just try to give you a little glimpse.
Where does Earth's water come from?
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H = Hydrogen |
2 = two Hydrogen
O = Oxygen
Look at our Earth!
Look at all the oceans
Planetesimals than bounced into each other forming the rocky Solar planets.
Starting gravitation drew in more rock material, our planets got bigger. Which each impact the planets got hotter.
If there was water at this moment, it would be gasified and blown away, because temperatures were far above the boiling point and gravity was not strong enough to hold the water vapor.
Big ‘snowballs’ asteroids and planetoids were pulled towards Earth by the rising gravity.
Even today there are several million asteroids in the solar system.
Over 96,000 asteroids have been given numbers, almost 12,000 of them have names.
|As we mentioned above: Stardust contains water and this stardust was building our Earth and all other planets. When for many million years volcanoes were spewing material on the Earth surface, some of the material also had water molecules. The steam condensed, adding to the water that came with the asteroids.|
Lets have a Quiz about water|
What do you think: How much water is on Earth?
332.5 million cubic miles = 1386 million cubic kilometers
1 cubic mile contains 1.1 trillion gallons
A huge amount of water!
What do you think?
How much of this water is drinking water?
Only about 0.014 % of all water
is readily accessible fresh water for humans
Oceans hold 97.14% of all water, but it is salty
It is important to protect Nature! Humans depend on it!|
Nature Conservation protects water so humans + animals can survive!!
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Why Earth has water
The H in H2O
Power from Water
Tips how to save water
Water + Energy
Water + Trees
Thirsty for water
Water Drought article
BSB Information on Water:|
- Why does all life on Earth depend on water?
- Why are the oceans salty?
- Why Water is a very special 'juice'?
- Humans can live without food for weeks, but
- without water we will die after 3 days.
- Why do Humans use huge amounts of water to produce electricity?
- Is salt-water more heavy?
- Why can water dissolve so many substances?
- Does water expand when it gets warmer?
CO2 carbon dioxide
Cap and trade
BSB Information on Air:|
- Humans and all mammals
- need healthy air to survive!
- Air has no borders.
- It travels around Earth.
Earth facts + numbers
Maps of Earth
Solar system Earth
Life on Earth
Keep Earth clean
Why Keep Earth?
Info about NASA
Earth from Space
BSB Information on Earth:|
- Why is Earth called the blue planet?
- Why Earth has continents?
- Why Earth has earthquakes?
- Earth, the only home for Humans?
- Earth's solar system is special
- Why is Earth sick?
- Earth climate is changing
- Earth uncountable species
- Astonishing photos from Earth
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