Subject: Would melted icebergs be the purest water on earth?
Date: Mon Apr 2 15:47:55 2001
Posted by Ryan
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Vancouver State/Province: BC
Area of science: Earth Sciences
I've heard that at least one company is actually carving out hunks of ice from
icebergs claiming that it is the purest water on earth since it was frozen
thousands of years ago - before we really started polluting this place. This
sounds interesting, I was wondering what a scientist would think of this claim.
Re: Would melted icebergs be the purest water on earth?
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