All rivers, streams and such, lead to the ocean. As the streams flow, they simply pick up salt from rocks, and other such stuff that may have salt, and carry to the ocean. so graduelly the ocean gets saltier every year. Another answer: I heard or read somewhere, that as mankind harnesses the water from the major rivers, less fresh water reaches the oceans. This, in turn, makes the ocean salt levels higher, because there is less fresh water to dilute the salt content.
Only God knows
The Dead Sea is getting saltier. but why?
no they don't
My off-hand guess would be that they are getting less salty on average as fresh melt-water from Greenland and the polar caps enters the oceans.
It is saltier because it has no outlet to the sea.
Because, salt and water are both matter so neither can be removed from the earth since the beginning of time the salt and water levels have exactly the same.
Great Salt Lake
Why the baltic red sea is less saltier than other oceans is because more rivers and streams connect to it and making it less saltier.
Some oceans have more salt then others because every ocean is surrounded by different land masses. The oceans surrounded by landmasses containing more minerals are going to be saltier.
because salts are left behind when water evaporates the oceans remain salty
It think that salt stays in the water because it gets frozen.
well,it can't get more saltier and it can't get less.the denser the water is,the saltier it'll be.the less denser,the less salty it'll be.its the same amount of salt,just different density levels.
yes because salt comes from rocks, so it depends on the amount of rocks in water
The Death Sea is 8.6 times saltier than the oceans.
by getting closer to the oceans.
There is more salt going into the ocean then what is being removed. In the end, then, the oceans are getting saltier an saltier. Suppose we assume that the oceans originally had absolutely no salt in them, and that all of the salt in them today came from the hydrologic cycle. Well, based on the inventory that scientists have done, you can actually determine how long it would take for freshwater oceans to become as salty as they are now. It turns out that the data indicate it would take, at the very most, sixty-two million years to turn from freshwater oceans to salt water oceans with the salinity we see today. This makes it hard to believe the earth is billions of years old, after all, if it were billions of years old, why aren't the oceans a lotsaltier? No one has a convincing answer to that question. Secondly, since the salt water organisms have always been salt water thriving organisms, God made the oceans saltwater.Sources : Exploring Creation with Physical Science
The Atlantic is saltier
it is saltier
Ur silly if you don't know the answer i asked 3 yrs ago
It is saltier at the bottom of the ocean because saltier water is more dense and sinks to the ocean floor.
No. The Dead Sea is saltier.
The Atlantic ocean Is more saltier then the Pacific ocean.
very painful a saltier fracture is when you dislocate and fracture a bone