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LaceyCrazy123 Wed 19-Dec-18 02:21:24

The Earth must have less water than thousands of years ago becayuse when the Earth was made, it had the maximum amount of water it cold have, right? And now, we're in drought which means WE'RE LOSING WATER, which means we must have less water than thousands of years ago. #commonsense

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LaceyCrazy123 Wed 19-Dec-18 02:23:25

Oops, i'm sorry. I typed so fast on that last one that I speeled stuff wrong...

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LaceyCrazy123 Wed 19-Dec-18 02:24:32

Did it again... LOL!

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Frogletmamma Wed 19-Dec-18 02:30:11

That's hard for primary. I think most of the earth water is recycled in nature through the water cycle. Water can also be produced via natural processes. However global warming can affect weather conditions- there may be more water at the arctic but it may not fall where you need it in Africa. I suppose in the long run there will be more water less ice. This is primary!@!

LaceyCrazy123 Wed 19-Dec-18 03:50:56

hello

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LaceyCrazy123 Wed 19-Dec-18 03:52:24

HOW IN THE WORLD ARE YOU SO SMART?!

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LaceyCrazy123 Wed 19-Dec-18 03:53:29

ARE YU LIKE ALBERT EINSTIEN V2 OR SOMETHING?! Lol!

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Frogletmamma Wed 19-Dec-18 05:39:28

Nah I just wake up in the middle of the night and think about stuff

Lonecatwithkitten Wed 19-Dec-18 09:48:06

Year 4 I seem to remember a lot of time was spent on the water cycle and global warming so this is where the question is heading.

user789653241 Wed 19-Dec-18 09:52:58

Is this a serious post? If you google, you get the answer straight away.
The answer depends on how long, 1000 years, no. And if you watch one of the educational video or read the articles, it's quite clear.

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