Humans and wildlife share environments by living in the same areas. In some cases, they also fight for water and food resources.
AnswerPotasium Sorbate, Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Calcium Disodium EDTA. Take your pick, all are flavor stabalizers and prolongers. Look at any soda can or bagged or canned food. You are likely to find one of those or an abbreviation for one of them.
Several reasons. 1. The scientific method is a good guide to solving many life problems. Such as going on dates.. you experiment with the person and draw conclusions, which may or may not be your original thoughts (hypothesis) 2. It is important for everyone to have a general undnerstand of our bodies, so that when something goes wrong we are more easily able to identify it. Same with the study of the planet.
Water is wet because it is made up of a substance that feels moist when touched.
AnswerBelieve it or not but water is a bit sticky. All fluids have what we call surface tension, a tendency to stick to things even itself. You have probably notice how little objects can be stuck to the surface of water and not sink. Certain insects walk on water using this phenomina. So when you get water on yourself it kind of sticks to you. You can't shake it off, you have it wipe it away or evaporate it.
water is wet simply because the average temperature of earth promotes/preserves it to be liquid. If earth is the distance of Pluto or mercury then water here on earth would be ice or vapor then water would not be wet...you get it?
that gas to liquid problem of yours is something they call precipitation...
most elements and compounds undergoes that process too. it has something to do with their atomic mass, temperature, and other physical disturbances.
Equilibrium of temperature. The water is trying to reach the same temperature as the environment it sits in. a cup of hot water has a higher temperature than the room so therefore begins to cool. a cup of cold water has a lower temperature than the room and therefore begins to heat up. both reach equilibrium when at the same temperature as the room