Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Napelynn, May 4, 2021 at 7:17 PM.
Is water wet?
Water IS wet, because if you touch something that's wet, you get wet too but if you touch something that isn't wet you don't get wet. Simple
Anyone who wants to say otherwise, first prove this wrong.
Omg your threads make me think and then I end up with a headache
It is and it's also not... it's fluid that way.
We don't take diplomatic answers here......
A yes or no answer is only possible if one can limit the meaning of the word wet to a single definition. But the fact that one is using a term with multiple existing interpretations to define water makes the definition of water precarious.
Tl;dr: Forget water; we need to ask ourselves what we understand by "wetness" first and if that is the only accepted definition worldwide.
Only to water itself,no, it isn't wet nya~ But to others, it is nya~
It's actually hot dogs..
You can freeze the hotdog water and give it to people you hate.
Then watch em choke on it.
water is water. Pour it into a cup, it becomes the cup.
pour it onto yourself, and you get wet.
I don't know what you're smoking, but keep it to yourself
Wetness refers to the ability of a liquid to adhere to something else - water (H2O) isn't wet but it does adhere to other things and make them wet - so no, water is not wet
I stopped at the word "Wetness"
Why did I think of this when I read the Title?
When the one who asked is actually a cat holding a tuna, i think its not simply because the cat is curious about this
You're right, I'm not curious. This thread was made to show @SylviaViolet that many people would disagree with her that water is wet.
And we all know thinking won't get us anywhere!
I don’t think water is wet? Only things that touch by water get wet? Wtf with this question
A simple google answered this question.. there's even more detailed scientific reason for this, but here the simplest one.
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