Actually, water “is a supernatural liquid with 74 unique physical/chemical properties,” according to the eminent Brazilian chemist, Dr. Marcos Eberlin, during a video interview published by the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture.
“You look at this and you say ‘there is no color, there is no flavor, there is no smell,’ so you tend to believe it’s common liquid, but it’s not,” Eberlin declares. “It has 74 unique properties, some weird properties actually.”
Among those 74 properties, according to Eberlin, is the familiar fact that it is essential for life on earth. No water, no life. Eberlin knows whereof he speaks, having just published a fascinating book, “Foresight: How the Chemistry of Life Reveals Planning and Purpose.”
“Like the surface of the planet, without water, the temperature would go too low during the night and too high during the day, it would be like a desert,” he said.
But there’s so much more to water. In the following video clip, Eberlin takes you on a quick but fascinating tour among the many properties of water that make it the supernatural liquid.
This could easily be the most interesting 3:41 of your day:
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