Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by kpopfantototo, Aug 25, 2020.
water cannot be what it creates, water creates wetness so by default water cannot be wet
I would say that almost all water is wet. In order to be wet, something must be in contact with water molecules, right? Well, unless you have a single isolated water molecule, every molecule in a particular body of water is clearly wet, because it's in contact with the other water.
almost all? Why do you say almost all?
Because if you were to isolate a single water molecule away from any other water, it would not be in contact with water and therefore it would not be wet.
i- wAter is WET bc when smth is. wet it has water on it and water molecules are bonded on tOp of each other so water is wet and ALSo oNe water molecule by itself is not wet but when there are several water molecules together, which is considered water, they cause moisture
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