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this video is about water scarcity which we are facing these days. this video is made by me to give information about the major of water…

Atrazine Water Safety Facts Interview

Atrazine Water Safety Facts Interview

WIRL radio interview. Syngenta’s Alan Nadel discusses the facts regarding the use of atrazine and its safety, stating that atrazine is actually at an all-time low in terms of the presense in water. Nadel encourages producers and the agriculture industry to contact elected representatives in support of atrazine.…

Facts on water

Facts on water

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Amazing facts about Camel drinking water

Amazing facts about Camel drinking water

Camels drink 30 to 40 gallons at a time that equals to 100 to 150 litters that would kill most other animals.
Camels can survive without a sip of water for ten months, as long as they can get sufficient moisture from green vegetation and dew. Camels can lose up to 40% of their body weight with no much effect.
Water is not stored in their humps which are fat reservoirs.
Camels store water in several flask or sac-shaped bags which line the wall of their stomachs. These sacs can hold approximately 1 ½ gallons of water.
Just 10 minutes after drinking water, whole water is processed there will be no water at all in the stomach.
Camel is the only mammal which has nucleus in its oval shaped red blood cell. This expedites their flow in a dehydrated state. These cells are also more stable to tolerate high osmotic variation without rupturing because of high intake of water.
Camels’ red blood cells have to divide and form new cells as they have to live without food and water for a long time. Only nucleated cells can divide.
Their sweat evaporates at the skin level (not at the surface of their skin) and cools the body in proportion to the amount of water lost through perspiration. This is because their body temperature ranges from -10 °C (14 °F) at night and up to 41 °C (106 °F) during the day.
It does not excrete much water in its urine that comes out as thick syrup, and feces also dry.…

Facts about AOX Antioxidant Alkaline Water

Facts about AOX Antioxidant Alkaline Water

Facts on what makes AOX alkaline antioxidants water different from the rest.…

The Brain Is 80% Water!! Know More Facts In Top 10 Interesting World Facts!!!

The Brain Is 80% Water!! Know More Facts In Top 10 Interesting World Facts!!!

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The Water Cycle- How rain is formed-Lesson for kids

The Water Cycle- How rain is formed-Lesson for kids

Enjoy learning about the water cycle for kids in a fun way. Understand how the water cycle works with our facts that explains the different processes in a way that’s easy to follow.

Q.What is the Water Cycle?
A.The Water Cycle is the journey water takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

Q.Why do we need the water cycle?
A.The Earth is covered by water, however, almost 97% is salt water found in the oceans. We can not drink salt water or use it for crops because of the salt content. We can remove salt from the ocean water, but this cycle process is very expensive.

Q.What are the steps of water cycle?
A.Evaporation: The changing of water into a gas is called Evaporation.
Condensation: The changing of water vapor into water droplets is called Condensation
Precipitation: Water falls from the sky in the form of rain, snow or hail. This process is called precipitation.
Collection: Oceans and lakes collect water that has fallen. Water evaporates into the sky again and the cycle continues.

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Fun Islamic Facts 10: The Sun Sets in a Muddy Spring (David Wood)

Fun Islamic Facts 10: The Sun Sets in a Muddy Spring (David Wood)

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Do you know where the sun goes when it sets? Allah tells us in Surah 18, verses 83-86 of the Qur’an, where Dhul-Qarnain, the Islamic name for either Alexander the Great or Cyrus the Great, takes a little trip to the edge of the world.

And they ask you about Dhul-Qarnain. Say: “I shall recite to you something of his story.” Verily, We established him in the earth, and We gave him the means of everything. So he followed a way. Until, when he reached the setting place of the sun, he found it setting in a spring of black muddy (or hot) water. And he found near it a people. We (Allah) said (by inspiration): “O Dhul-Qarnain! Either you punish them, or treat them with kindness.”

Notice all the scientific errors in verse 86. Allah says that there is a place where the sun sets. No, there isn’t. Allah says that Dhul-Qarnain reached it. No, he didn’t, because it doesn’t exist. Allah says that there are people who live there. These people must be imaginary, because, again, the place doesn’t exist. Allah says that the sun sets in a spring of muddy water. No, it doesn’t. If the sun is setting in a spring somewhere on the earth, the sun must be much smaller than the earth. No, it isn’t.

Muslims who are embarrassed by the sheer stupidity of this passage try to explain it away by insisting that the Qur’an is only saying that Dhul-Qarnain reached some sort of body of water and saw the sun’s reflection in the water. “Thus,” these embarrassed Muslims claim, “the passage is merely describing the way things appeared to Dhul-Qarnain.”

But that interpretation simply won’t work, for three reasons.

First, this story isn’t being told from Dhul-Qarnain’s perspective. It’s being told from Allah’s perspective. Allah says, “We established him,” “We gave him the means,” so Allah is the narrator of this story. And Allah declares that Dhul-Qarnain “reached the setting place of the sun,” that he “found it setting in a spring of black muddy (or hot) water,” and that he “found near it a people.” So unless Muslims are trying to convince us that Allah himself was confused about what Dhul-Qarnain found, they need to take Allah’s description seriously.

Second, the Qur’an claims repeatedly to be perfectly clear. If Allah wanted to say, “Even though Dhul-Qarnain thought he reached the setting-place of the sun, he was mistaken because he was only seeing a reflection in a pool,” there are perfectly good Arabic words to say that. But that’s not what Allah says in his perfectly clear Qur’an. Instead, Allah plainly states that Dhul-Qarnain “reached the setting place of the sun,” that he “found it setting in a spring of black muddy (or hot) water,” and that he “found near it a people.”

Third, according to Islamic doctrine, Muhammad is the greatest human interpreter of the Qur’an. And Muhammad tells us exactly where the sun goes when it sets. Sunan Abu Dawud 4002:

It was narrated that Abu Dharr said: “I was riding behind the Messenger of Allah while he was on a donkey, and the sun was setting. He said: ‘Do you know where this (sun) sets?’ I said: ‘Allah and His Messenger know best.’ He said: ‘It sets in a spring of warm water.’”

Since Muhammad says nothing about Dhul-Qarnain here, Muslims can’t assert that Muhammad was merely describing some sort of optical illusion that Dhul-Qarnain saw. This is Muhammad telling one of his companions where the sun goes when it sets. And according to Muhammad, the sun sets in a spring of water.

Hence, Muslims who try to reinterpret Surah 18, verse 86 of the Qur’an are telling us that Allah was confused about what Dhul-Qarnain saw, that the Qur’an is horribly unclear, and that modern Muslims understand the Qur’an better than Muhammad did. But in Islam, this would be blasphemy.

The only way to be a faithful Muslim, then, is to believe that, in spite of everything we know about our world and the universe, the sun actually sets in a muddy pool, and is therefore much smaller than the earth. Perhaps faithful Muslims can schedule a tour-bus, so that we can all visit the place where the sun sets and meet all the wonderful people who live there. They must have amazing tans.…

Water Facts

Water Facts

Coconut Water Benefits of Facts

Coconut Water Benefits of Facts

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