Asked in SubmarinesDrinking Water
Is it true that you have to drink water while on a submarine?
Is it true that it is bad to freeze water and drink it?
Asked in Health
How much water do experts say people should drink everyday?
Asked in Drinking Water
Is it true that if you drink a lot of water you will lose memory?
Asked in Eyes
Is it true that people should drink eight glasses a day?
Asked in Drinking Water
Is it true your not supposed to drink water after it has sat in your car?
Asked in Stomach
Is it true that if you drink a lot of water and not much food for a while that when you finally eat food a lot again you'll feel sick to your stomach?
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss
Is it true that if you drink 1 pound of water you will lose 1 pouynd of water weight?
Asked in Physics, Boats and Watercraft, Submarines
Is the density of a submerged submarine about the same as the density of a floating submarine?
The average density of a submerged submarine is about that of the water that surrounds it. It is said to have neutral buoyancy. But the average density of a floating submarine is less than the density of water, otherwise it would not float. (It could be argued that the density of a submarine is constant and that its characteristics as regards buoyancy are manipulated.) A submarine has "empty spaces" inside the pressure hull. That's where the equipment that makes a submarine work is (along with the crew). When a boat (the submarine sailor's term for his vessel) is submerged, the whole volume of the vessel displaces a like volume of water. This is true, except that the main ballast tanks are full of water; they have no air in them. The submarine is set up to be neutrally buoyant when it's under water. That way no "effort" or "energy" is spent trying to keep the boat from sinking or floating to the surface. When a submarine is on the surface and the ballast tanks are filled with air, the whole boat floats. The extra air that has been put into the main ballast tanks has displaced the water that was in them when the boat was submerged. This extra buoyancy allows the boat to float and operate on the surface.
Asked in Tea
Do tea dehydrate you?
Tea and coffee -- anything with caffeine -- are diuretics. That is to say, they make you pee a lot. While it is true that it will not hydrate you as much as good ol' water, it doesn't actually "dehydrate" you -- it won't actually suck the moisture from you. If you are thirsty and it's a choice between water and tea, drink water. But if it's a choice between tea and nothing, drink tea.
Is it true that you should not talk while you are eating or drinking?
Is it true you have to drink 8 glasses of water every day?
Asked in Pregnancy
Is it true that when you drink iced water during pregnancy you are going to shiver during labor and the baby will shiver too?
Is it true that it is possible to drink so much that you can overdose and die?
Asked in Health, Beer and Brewing, Drinking Water
I am trying to figure out what happened last night does drinking water while binge drinking make you more hammered?
Water would not increase your alcohol absorption, it would slow it down. ~That is true you are correct. And the famous way of trying to sober up before you get home to your parents is bread and water. Just water is fine because it dilutes the alcohol in your system. Alcohol dehydrates you when you drink. For this reason you should drink a glass of water between each alcoholic drink. You will feel much better the next morning.