What does the water keep moving on the surface and into the earth mean?
Being in the liquid form water keeps on moving on the surface and into the earth due to gravitation force of the Earth.
Alot of drops fit because if you keep the surface tension from moving then you could put as much drops as you can. ] == If you put a penny on a flat surface and keep its tension and keep the penny from moving you can put as much drops as you can till it leaks off. You cant put as much as you want cause the penny will overflow. its not a big object?
To make a year
The Jesus lizards accomplish the seemingly miraculous act of moving on top of water by generating forces with their feet that keep their bodies both above the surface and upright. But, there are no known frogs to walk on water.
No force makes the Earth move. It has enough momentum to continue moving through space.
A moving object is subject to friction. Whether sliding on a surface, or rolling on a surface, there is still friction from the surface. An object flying or throw in the air is subject to friction from the air.
You can keep the water moving, it does not allow the bugs to land on the surface. Turn on the aireator more often, they do not like to fly through it.
Gravity keeps the moon in a steady orbit around the Earth. We might not seem to be moving very fast but we are moving quite fast. Fill a bucket half way full with water, hold on to the handle and spin around, notice that the water doesn't go flying out. That your movement in a circle keeping the water in place. Same with the moon. We are moving fast in a circle around the sun… Read More
Earth is the only planet known to have liquid water oceans on its surface, though it is thought that there are other planets beyond our solar system that are within the right range of their star to also have the ability to keep liquid water on their surface.
There is a natural greenhouse effect, supported by the water cycle and the carbon cycle, that ensures that the earth is kept insulated and warm. Greenhouse gases capture and hold the sun's infra-red radiation from the surface of the earth. These gases then radiate the heat out in all directions, including back down to the surface of the earth.
Which two types of surface on earth are most important absorbing solar energy and keepig the planet warm?
One surface type on Earth that helps absorb solar energy and keeps the planet warm is water. Another surface type that helps keep the planet warm by absorbing solar energy is vegetated land.
Gravity, and inertia. The inertia of any moving mass tends to keep it moving at a constant velocity, in a STRAIGHT LINE. But if the Earth were moving in a straight line, it would move away from the Sun. The gravity of the Sun tries to pull the Earth down, and INTO the Sun. The delicate balance of inertial and gravity keep the Earth (and all the other planets) in stable orbits.
The flagella inside a sponge's body keep the water moving through it, to bring in food and take out waste.
Yes a leaf can not have a waxy surface if it is so adapted. The waxy surface is designed to keep water off, and inside of the leaf. Leaves in the rain forest often have a waxy surface to keep from being constantly saturated in water.
so water keeps moving through their gills
because it is pushed by aliens around the earth
all fish never rest. they have to keep moving in order to keep water moving through their gills in order to get oxygen.
Because water has a high specific heat, it tends to heat and cool slowly. The radiant energy from the water, and the heat and cold it absorbs, helps keep the temperature of the earth from reaching too far into any extreme. The trade winds/currents also play a vital role in keeping the air moving to help balance the system. Moving water will not freeze at the standard temperature, so the moving oceans help keep extreme… Read More
depends, but on mine yes
because scientificly , the Earth is just to much for the GPS to keep track of. Also the GPS runs of off satellites and different types of plates in the ground so it cannot tell if the Earth's bin moving for many of the years.
No force is required in order to keep a moving object moving. Any object continues moving in a straight line at constant speed until a force makes it change its speed or direction. The Earth is constantly changing the direction of its motion around the sun. The force that makes it do that is the gravitational force between the Earth and the Sun.
Earth rotates a particular ocean towards the Moon, so it encounters an attraction. But also keep in mind just the opposite side of Earth also has a high tide then, because the whole water surface on Earth reacts in such way it wants to be in a balanced shape.
Urbanization is good simply because were moving, we cant just stop now, no we the people must keep moving but by moving we need to "drive safely" by that we need to know how to keep moving. Our world must move in a way that were progressing but not harming our mater Terra (mother earth). Yes urbanization is good, because we need to keep moving.
Even though it is heavier than water, a paper clip can be made to float in water. If placed on the surface carefully enough the surface of the water will not be broken. Surface tension will keep it floating.
they keep ripping the bottom of the earth as they move
Their gills won't pick up the water if they are staying still. They keep moving to get water in their gills for air exchange.
What is the Rocky surface that makes up the top of earths lithosphere
A scale like or skin like surface of a shark to protect and keep the body of a shark moving.
Clouds reflect 20% and absorb 4% of incoming solar energy. The atmosphere (water drops, dust and ozone) absorbs 16%. The surface of the earth (land, vegetation, water and ice) reflects 4% and absorbs 50%.
Yes. 10m/s^2 is only slightly greater than the surface gravity on Earth (9.8m/s^2). The surface gravity of a planet is not terribly important to its ability to keep water liquid so long as it can maintain decent atmospheric pressure. Saturn's largest moon Titan has a surface pressure greater than Earth does, despite gravity being only about 1.3 m/s^2.
it is kinda like a air conditioner for earth it will keep the earth from getting to hot
wind and water keep the earth from overheating
None. The Earth remains the same size because it does not lose or add material (except for meteorites, which are negligable. Tectonic forces move the -parts- of the Earth around, moving the water out of the way as needed, but nothing is added to or taken from the Earth's size.
it keeps the heat inside earth insted of it moving to space all around like the other planets
The water hyacinth has a large surface area that lays over the top of the water, which distributes its weight and increases its buoyancy sufficient to keep it floating.
Sharks have to keep moving to keep water flowing through their gills so that they can breathe. The sharpness and configuration of their teeth enables them to take a bite on the move, and keep moving along.
When a block is moved on a surface there is an equal and opposite force acting on it - Newton's Third law- therefore the net force is zero the how does the block moves?
The equal and opposite forces on it are the vertical forces ... the weight of the block downward and the normal, constraint force of the surface upward. Since the vertical forces are equal and opposite, the net vertical force on the object is zero, and it has no vertical acceleration. -- Nobody ever said that the block needs force to keep moving. In fact, it doesn't. Once it's moving horizontally, no force is needed… Read More
So that they can take their food from the water.
The gravitational force between the Earth and the atmosphere holds the atmosphere close, just like it holds you close to the Earth. (ground)
If the insect is lighter than the water he displaces, the surface tension will keep it from sinking.
To overcome the losses in air drag, rolling resistance, and bearings.
Gravity. EVERYTHING depends on gravity. Well, gravity and inertia. Unless acted on by a force (such as gravity) things that are moving will keep moving until they bump into something else, and then everything keeps moving with the same total momentum. Comments: Obviously, the internal heat of the Earth has a lot to do with movement in the Earth's interior. In turn this can affect the surface by causing tectonic plate movements. So even the… Read More
The amount of work done to get either object moving or keep them moving. Mass of either object to eventually bring them to a stop.
The sun... and the earth's mantle. The surface of the earth is mainly warmed by radiation from the sun - but we also get some heat through the ground - from the molten mantle underneath the Earth' crust.
An object has a general tendency to keep moving - that's how our Universe works. No force is required to keep an object moving - unless there is another force that slows it down. Here on Earth, there are usually frictional forces that slow objects down, and therefore a force is required to counteract the frictional forces.
At every instant ... 24/7/365 ... there is always one point on earth where the sun is directly overhead, and other places where the sun's rays hit the earth at every imaginable angle, from almost zero to 90 degrees. Every angle you can name exists somewhere at every second. But the points keep moving across the earth's surface.
cause of the constant water temperature changes and that in order to stay alive they have to keep moving forward never back
it means anchor
Nothing as long as he keeps moving forward to keep water miving through its gills/