Does the water bubble when the full moon is directly on it the reflection?
Yes , Just Like in H20 In Nickalodeon =P
It is because of electro magnetic waves.take a rope and fix Its one end and pick another end and make waves on it by hand then we can see the reflection wave on it (2 dimensional). Or take a bucket full of water and drop a very small stone to it. then we can see the formation of waves and reflected waves in it (3 dimensional).
when it is changing into gas... bubbles. It is boiling when bubbles begin breaking the surface. the water o nthe bottom is being heated it mixes when it rises because of convection currents. after the water is almost 100 C the water that gets hot enough evaporates and comes out as water vapor. The bubbles are full of steam which gets released when the bubble hits the surface.
Bubble top has a replaceable top can of higher capacity and a permanent can at the bottom of lower capacity. When we invert the sealed replaceable can filled with water and place it on the permanent can, the piercing agent in the bottom half opens the seal and water from the top can flows out to fill the permanent can, from which we consume water. While doing so water enters into the top can as…
Slowly add drip, by drip.....from your saltwater aqarium . I use an air tube tied in a knot so it drips about 1 drip per secound. Drip directly from your aquarim into atleast a 2 gallon contaier . Put your fish and the water its in in your bucket. Then let drip on him until your contaier is full. When full pour half the water back into your aqarium. Simply let it fill up again…
The full moon. Earth is ALMOST directly between the sun and moon, so the sun is "behind" us when we look at the moon. That is why the moon appears entirely lit to us, and is considered "full". If Earth IS directly between the sun and moon, which does not happen during most full moons, then there is a lunar eclipse.
What would make vinegar bubble up? The answer is baking soda.You should fill up half a cup and put a BIG SPOON-FULL of baking soda and it bubbles up.Do this in a sink or outside.Also wear old clothes do you don't get stained.Thats exactly what you use to make vinegar bubble up.So the answer once again is BAKING SODA:)