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on February 25, 2012
on February 05, 2014
its water from the sea, and lakes and stuff, and the sun makes it really hot, that it evaporates, and then floats to the skys to be with its family, then its like fluffy clouds, which then come back down, and thats called raining, then it happens ALL over again:D:D
on October 07, 2013
on August 29, 2013
First is condensation where gas forms. Next is precipitation where rain falls from the sky. Then it's evaporating where the water evaporates and the water vapor that is impossible to see goes up and gas forms. When it's cools down, it turns into clouds and water droplets keep bumping into each other and it makes bigger droplets. Then it falls down to rain sleet hail or snow. Water that we drink now can be the water that George Washington drank.
on April 27, 2013
well, it all starts when the sun evaporates the water from the sea and that creates vapour, that's when everything becomes visible, so then the clouds end up holding to much and start creating water droplets A.K.A rain!
on December 09, 2012
... lol i was going to say a mix of air pollution (thats how we get acid rain) water vapor, and other oxygen like substances... but then i read BackToHumans answer and i thought "that one is way more reasonable! So, haha, I've just been proven wrong!" lol
on September 15, 2012