Your bladder may be empty or you have a case of "shy kidneys." But seriously, if the water in your home stops flowing intermittently, it's likely the water company's fault or, if you have a private well, there's a problem with your pump and pressure tank. Municipal water companies and utilities are notoriously unreliable and often don't inform users about interruptions due to maintenance. Also, during peak usage periods, water pressure can decrease markedly, sometimes necessitating localized shut-offs.
What kind of adaptations would living organisms need in fast flowing water?
It has been agreed that the channels would have been formed by flowing water.
A channel where water is continuously flowing down a hill would be described as a stream, or possibly a rivulet, depending on its size.
Animals adapt to fast-flowing water when their environment is characterized by such waters.
it produce by capturing the energy of flowing water
A single shower head flowing at 2.2 GPM (Gallons Per Minute) would use approximately 33 gallons in 15 minutes.
Free-flowing means that something can flow without hindrance. A example of this is a river that exists without being blocked or impeded by a dam. A dam would resist the flow of a river, causing water to remain in or accumulate in a given region, which would not be a free-flowing scenario.
That would be an 'Estuary'. A freshwater stream flowing into the ocean would create an estuary, and tides would not be the direct cause.
It would be called a stream or on a larger scale, a river.
Water would move from the Gulf of Mexico to Lake Okeechobee by ocean water flowing up a river that joins with the lake
Your body is primarily made up of water and without the return of it from your kidneys you would become dehydrated.
I know of no special name for southerly flowing streams. 'Draining in a southerly direction' would perhaps be a description.
That would depend on the chemical flowing through the pipe or the hardness of the water
It is not possible to suggest a meaningful interpretation because different sorts of flowing water would have different meanings. Very generally, overflowing water suggests too much of something. But a dream of water overflowing from a kitchen sink or a bathtub would be very different from water overflowing a riverbank or water overflowing a fish bowl.
I would assume it is from either the rain coming down and disrupting the ground beneath the waters surface. Or from it washing mud, or dirt, off the bank into the flowing water.
Assuming the rate of dripping is constant, 5 minutes is half of 10 minutes, so only half as much water would have dripped. Half of 6 ounces is 3 ounces.
The faster the water the faster the erosion or weathering. If you were taking a shower and the water was just dribbling out it would take many minutes to rinse the soap off of you. If you had the faucet on full you would wash it all off in seconds. Now think of a small trickle of water over a boulder, it would probably take millions of years to make a 1 inch trench. If you were to have a river flowing over it it would only take a few thousand of years. When you add sediment to water it cuts the time drastically. The more sediment and the faster the flow of water the faster the weathering. The sediment acts like sand paper that the water is moving. You can literally cut metal with powerful jets of water with grit in it.
Same as you would in inches 3.14159265 and PSI have to be known
These streams are called Currents. An example would be The Gulf Stream.
You may have an overheating problem. More information would get you better information in return.
the pee is flowing down her leg
''the Mississippi river :) DUH'' The major river with the most volume of water flowing into the Mississippi would be the Ohio River. The longest river flowing into the Mississippi River would be the Missouri River. A couple of other major rivers flowing into the Mississippi are the Red River and the Arkansas River.''
Yes, the water currents affect much of the worlds climate
A river flowing into the sea is causing the decrease in salinity
The pH would depend on the volume of rainwater flowing into the lagoon, and the type of rock the water flowed over.