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 What You Didn't Know about Water- The Facts 
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What You Didn't Know about Water- The Facts
by: Joanna Bedford





We all think we know the score when it comes to water. It's a taste-less liquid that is the healthiest drinkable fluids about because it contains minerals and has no traces of unwanted chemicals found in flavourings and colourings (aside from the flavoured waters you can purchase). The more you drink (water that is) the more energetic you feel and the healthier you are. Water stops you getting dehydrated. Most of us are dehydrated because we don't drink the recommended daily amount (6-8 glasses a day). The above seems to be the long and the short of what we know about water. That, however, is not the half of it. In fact, it's only the very tip of the ice burg. Here is a brief list of facts about water that those of you not in the know may find useful, or at the very least, interesting. You'll be surprised to discover just how fascinating this transparent liquid we know as water, really is.

1- There is actually the same amount of water on earth as there was at the beginning of time when the earth was first formed. That means, the water from your faucet could contain molecules that the Dinosaurs drank!

2- 75% of the brain is water, which is equal to the percentage of water in a living tree!97% (or thereabouts) of the world's water is salty or undrinkable.

3- 97% (or thereabouts) of the world's water is salty or undrinkable 2% of of the world's water is locked in ice caps or glaciers.

4- Only 1% of all the water in the world is used for all of humanity's agricultural, communal, residential, manufacturing needs

5- 2% of of the world's water is locked in ice caps or glaciers.

6- Water expands by roughly 9% when it freezes, and moreover frozen water (aka ice) is lighter than water, which is why it floats.


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Joanna is primarily a writer who writes about many topics including water fountains, wish lanterns and removals services. She writes for these web based companies, having worked in and amongst the staff in their offices in Wimbledon.

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http://www.drinkingwaterfountains.com



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