Subject: Why doesn't air or water follow the life cycle?
Date: Thu Apr 12 22:41:15 2001
Posted by Jesse
Grade level: 10-12
School: Norwell High School
City: Clifford State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Earth Sciences
Everything on Earth had a birth, life and death. The stuff in rocks, same thing.
So why doesn't air or water have that birth, life, and death cycle? THey get
polluted and everything, but the molecules don't die? Why?
Re: Why doesn't air or water follow the life cycle?
Current Queue |
Current Queue for Earth Sciences |
Earth Sciences archives
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Earth Sciences.
MadSci Home | Information |
Random Knowledge Generator |
MadSci Archives |
Mad Library | MAD Labs |
MAD FAQs |
Ask a ? |
Join Us! |
Help Support MadSci
© 1995-2001. All rights reserved.