SOME INTERESTING & AMAZING FACTS ABOUT WATER: When the whole world is ready to celebrate the World #Water Day, in that time let’s read some interesting and amazing facts about the #Water as we all know that “Life is #Water and #Water is life”.

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These interesting and amazing facts about the #Water are enough to give you goosebumps and will be also open your mind anyway.

SOME INTERESTING & AMAZING FACTS ABOUT WATER

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  • Less than 1% of the #Water supply on earth can be identified to use as a drinking water.
  • About 6,800 gallons (25,700 liters) of #water is required to grow a single day’s food for a family of four people.
  • A person can live about a month without food, but only about a week without #Water, a human body can survive.
  • If a human does not absorb enough or in the required amount then the water dehydration can happen to the body.
  • Most of the earth’s surface #Water is enduringly ice-covered or salty.
  • If all the world’s H2O Factor were fit into a gallon jug, the fresh water available for us which we can use and this will be equal only about one tablespoon
  • At what time water contains a lot of calcium and magnesium, this one is regarded as the hard #Water. Hard water is not suited for all purposes which we use for the normal purpose.
  • An acre of corn can give off 4,000 gallons (15,000 liters) of #Water per day in evaporation.
  • A small drip from a faucet can waste as much as 34 gallons or 128 liters of #Water a day.
  • Of all the water on earth, only 2.5% is fresh #Water. Freshwater is either groundwater (0, 5%), or readily accessible water in lakes, streams, rivers, etc. (0, 01%).
  • As oceans are very wide and there are multiple to be found on earth, oceans store most of the earth’s #Water.
  • Human bones are 31% #Water.
  • Almost a billion people globally have limited access to clean #Water. On average, women in Asia and Africa walk 3.7 miles (6 kilometers) a day to collect water.
  • Around 700 million people in 43 different nations suffer today from water scarcity or shortage. By 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in the different nations or regions with complete #Water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world’s population could be living under water-stressed conditions.
  • Bottled #Water can be up to 2000 times more expensive than tap #Water and it may not be as safe.
  • “Legally Safe” and “Totally Safe” mean two completely different things to the EPA. The CWA (Clean Water Act) regulates 9 contaminants. If tap water contains less than the maximum acceptable levels of those contaminants you #Water is legally safe. Yet the EPA is investigating 10,000 others that are not regulated, known to be in tap #Water, with safety unknown. Hence, the reason you should ‘treat’ “Legally Safe” #Water.
  • More than half of the #Water is eligible to use in the home is used in the bathroom.
  • Less than 1% of the water treated by public #Water suppliers is used for drinking and cooking.
  • Public supply represents about 14 percent of total freshwater withdrawals.
  • Thirst makes sure that creatures maintain a balance of hydration and nutrients, such as sodium, that is vital to the healthy functioning of cells.
  • Each day, enough rain falls on the United States to cover the entire state of Vermont with 2 feet of #Water
  • Up to 60% of the human adult body is #Water.
  • How much water should you drink a day? Health authorities commonly recommend eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 liters, or half a gallon. This is called the 8×8 rule and is very easy to remember.
  • It takes about 1 to 2.5 gallons of #Water for every gallon of product, meaning that the United States, which refines nearly 800 million gallons of petroleum products per day, consumes about 1 to 2 billion gallons of #Water each day to produce fuel.
  • We lose over 2 quarts (64 oz) of #Water every day through the normal vapor exchange of our skin, otherwise known as perspiration.
  • It is a little-known fact, but insufficient #Water consumption is actually a risk factor for various types of cancer. Hydration is critical to blood circulation to allow immune system cells to reach damaged tissues in greater numbers.
  • In 1998 the National Resources Defense Council completed a 4-year test of 103 bottles glasses of water and found that 1/3 of them contained bacteria and other chemicals at levels exceeding industry standards.
  • Pure water (solely hydrogen and oxygen atoms) has a neutral pH of 7, which is neither acidic nor basic.
  • Four liters (1 gallon) of gasoline can contaminate approximately 2.8 million liters (750,000 gallons) of #Water.
  • Groundwater contamination is nearly always the result of human activity.
  • There are 12,000 different toxic chemical compounds in industrial use today, and more than 500 new chemicals are developed each year.
  • #Water dissolves more substances than any other liquid. Wherever it travels, water carries chemicals, minerals, and nutrients with it.
  • Freshwater animals are vanishing faster than that on land or at sea.
  • #Water frequently evaporates, condenses, and precipitates, and on a global basis, evaporation approximately equals precipitation.
  • The weight a person loses directly following passionate and severe physical activity is weight from #Water, not fat.
  • At birth, water accounts for around 80 percent of an infant’s body weight
  • To produce one chicken, we need 330 gallons of #Water.
  • Aquifers in industrialized areas are at noteworthy risk of being spoiled by chemicals and petroleum products.
  • It takes 40 gallons of #Water to produce one cantaloupe.
  • In order to manufacture new cars, 13, 737-21,926 gallons of water are used per car.
  • As per the EPA, a full bathtub needs around 70 gallons of #Water, while taking a five-minute shower uses 10 to 25 gallons.
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