A geologists is a scientists who studies the solid and liquid matter that constitutes the earth as well as the processes and history that has shaped it. Geologists need water for their everyday jobs because, they study the earth's changing surface. And to do that geologists observe water and how it carries small bits of rock that wears off larger rocks over time. Geologists sometimes use an air boat to take river measurements.They don't just travel in boats to find results about our earth's past they go to the mountains and different canyons to find facts and rocks and minerals. Water is important to this job because the snow on the top of the mountains melts into a stream so the rocks travel down the hills and mountains. So water pressures the information that the geologists need to know.
Life without water would be, hard because, 75% of the earth is made out of water so if that 75% of water was dried out the whole world would be land. During an average persons normal day just imagine how much water they and we drink in one day. So water is extremely important in our every day lives.
The lives of plants and animals without water would be unthinkable. Animals would die if they lived in the rainforest or forest. Plants would die without the nutrients in water that they need to survive, like animals. Animals need water to survive just like humans like us need water too.
To get water in our lives including drinking water has to be cleaned by water treatment plants and the people working there. And to save water we can all help. For example, turning off the faucet after washing our hands and brushing our teeth.
Water makes an interesting topic to learn about because if you just for a minute think about a life without water it is really hard to think about a life with water. I had trouble thinking about what a life without water would be.
It would be important for scientists to study water because if just for example we did run out of water we would need another resource just to survive.
As you can see that a life without water is
I think that everyone should get kind feedback. Positive comments about their final project because everyone worked really hard to make a great final project.Everyone should get a positive reaction like for example, a standing ovation and everyone clapping for their hard work.
An example for ideas for compliments is someone and their partner if they did have website that they made would be, I hope that your website gets many hits in the future. And you can always tell if someone took up all of their time to just design the website and to change the color of the font. So I think that people should get harsh or good comments based on that.
Sound; As I poured the water into my partners glass I heard little trickles of water that reminded me of a peaceful miniature battery powered waterfall. It sounded like a little canal with a little waterfall. It had this really peaceful noise that calmed you. Almost as if you wanted to fall asleep while listening to it.
Look: When water is still it isn't as clear looking through the cup a I thought it would have been. It was blurry and everything was spread out as you looked through the clear plastic cup. It was motion less, still as a maple tree that had fully grown. And the slightest movements made the water rumble. I thought that that was pretty annoying when you trying to keep it still. The nearest tap on the table made the water shiver, like it was cold in the middle of winter. Vibrations from the other piers around me shook my water also.
Taste and Smell: The water that we took a sip of was from the faucet, but it was still pretty fresh. It was pretty bland when I first took a sip of it. I thought that it tasted crisp and clean. It tasted like it had just come out of a bottle of water. It was slightly room temperature. It felt cold against my lips and cool as it went down my throat. The water smelled clean and pure. Thank goodness that we live close to Lake Michigan.
Touch: As I went to touch the water it was cold and refreshing. It had no texture whatsoever. I tried to grab the water within my grip but slipped through. As I pulled my hand out of the water the cool water slowly dripped down all 5 of my fingers. If you just leave your hand in the water completely still it feels wet and dry at the same time.
The ice that we felt is different from water because when you go to pick up the ice it immediately starts to melt in your hands but as to water it is already melted.
Water vapors are different from water because the water is evaporated but in a steam form. Water isn't steam so it feels nothing like vapors.
When I was about two or three I was at Wisconsin Dells in the water park and I had my light green with flowers hand-me-down swimsuit on now at the time was slowly getting faded at that moment. I slowly wobbled under the big water bucket that on a timer dumped out gallons of water on top of any child who was standing under it at the moment. Now standing under the big death bucket as I thought it seemed to me shaking waiting anxiously. All of the sudden the biggest back stinging feeling of water just smashing against my back was just the beginning. I was so shocked I couldn't move. It was like my feet were glued to the soft foam matted "carpet" My hair was hanging over my face and I kept my eyes open through all of it so, the water with the chlorine was practically stinging my eyes. My eyes were dripping water and not just because of the water from the gallon dumping bucket. Finally the water bucket was now just dripping the rest of the water that was not coming out. Crying, my heart thumping out of my chest I was cold, shaking cold. My lip was turning purple and blue. My back and head was stinging and hurting. My mom claimed that it wasn't that much water to her but everything to a two year-old is really big. The bucket seemed like it could cover 30 adults. But still til' this day I dislike those gallon dumping buckets at water parks and public pools. And some people think that they are really fun and feel like they are getting massaged. I don't...