anonymous
  • anonymous
I've always wondered all my life, How does the water in the oceans, lakes, ect. Not soak in to the ground just like if i was to dig a hole and put water in it it would sink in. How does ocean, lakes, ect, not soak in to the Ground?
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@mathmale
anonymous
  • anonymous
@._.JustKeepSwimming._.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@rose4825

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well I'm pretty sure that even though it does get evaporated, rain can keep filling it so it may actually be sinking right now but we just have a lot of water in this world that keeps coming so.. yeah
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok i was just wondering i wanted to know i wondered it all my life
anonymous
  • anonymous
:p okay :3
anonymous
  • anonymous
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rose4825
  • rose4825
Well if you were really wondering about it then maybe do some research. The rain does not keep filling up the bodies of water. there are many other scientific reasons as to why they do not dry up.

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