because Jesus Christ took the sand of the dead sea and placed on a person who had a disease and he was healed
It is called dead because it is thought to be without life by most people. The high salt content in the water ensures there is no life in the waters resulting in a dead (lifeless) sea.
The Dead Sea is around 8.6 times more salty than a ocean. This salinity makes for a harsh environment where animals cannot flourish, because they cannot drink it, hence its name.
There is however some algae that actually thrive in this water. They are specially adapted and to my knowledge are not found elsewhere in the world.
There may also be bacteria called halophilis, an archeabactera that can survive in extreme conditions.
Metaphorically, the Dead Sea is called that because water does not flow out of it. All rivers lead in, none go out--as if the river dies in it.
There is a thriving tourist industry as people visit the lowest place on earth, float on the water and take the salt and mud baths.
Also there is chemical industry that extracts the salt and potash and sells it around the world.
Because its dead as opposed to other oceans with oxygen and living organisms in them.
It is 15 miles from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea! I'm glad to help.
You can sun burn anywhere.
It is located in south west Asia. In Jerusalem and Israel. It is also connected to the Jordan river.
I would say that the cuisines of Middle Eastern Lebanon and Syria stand out. as superb
If you want to include North Africa, then Moroccan cuisine is one of the great cuisines of the world. = Answer =
be sure to check out Jewish-Iraqi and Persian cuisine. in fact i don't think there's a bad middle eastern cuisine.
The higher the salt content of seawater, the more buoyant the water is. And the Dead Sea has the highest salt content of any body of water in the world.
No, the Dead Sea is called "dead" because its high salinity prevents macroscopic aquatic organisms, such as fish and aquatic plants, from living in it.
distance in km between red sea and dead sea
lots and lots....
because that's the place where the part of old testament found.that's why the dead sea is special
and also because the water is so salty that nothing can live in it. Due to the local scorching rainless climate the surface water evaporates. the salt dissolved in it remains making the water still saltier. this explains why the dead sea has a salt content not of 2 or 3% like most marine water but 27%!!. the water of the dead sea exhibits a very curious property b/c of its saltiness. since it is much heavier than ordinary sea water, u'll never sink in it because u are much lighter. so according to the law of buoyancy we'd never drown in the dead sea: we'd pop up to the surface just like an ordinary egg in salt water- which, incidentally, sinks in fresh water. ( sorry mate, didn't mean u're an egg)
Roughly 30,373ft (9257.6m).
The elevation of Mount Everest is 29,035ft [above sea level] and the Dead Sea's elevation is 1,388ft below sea level, making it the lowest place on Earth.
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The Dead Sea at 1,378 ft below sea level is the lowest place on earth.
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8 oz is 0.25 liter water.
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No Vince McMahon is not dead. He has faked his death a few years ago but returned when Chris Benoit died. The reason Mr.McMahon was not around from June of 2010-february 2011 was because he suffered an injury from an attack by the group refered to as Nexus.
The Dead Sea does exist on earth. It is also called the Salt Sea, and it is between Jordan and Israel. The land around it is Earth's lowest elevation on land.
The Dead Sea is salty because it has no outlets. Any minerals which flow into it stay there. All bodies of fresh water have outlets which allow them to dispose of dissolved minerals which flow into them from their sources. Oceans and seas typically have no outlets (although there are exceptions; the Mediterranean Sea is saltier than the Atlantic Ocean, and loses mineral-laden water by a deep outflow layer).
There are three factors which contribute to the salinity of the Daed Sea. First, the Dead Sea was formed by a rift in two tectonic plates. The spreading of the two plates created a low spot, which is still sinking, near several rivers. Then, it is land locked, and several rivers lead to the Dead Sea, but no rivers carry water away from the Dead Sea. Finally, the Dead Sea is located in a very hot climate. So, a very sunken body of water is continually being fed more salt water from rivers where the hot temperatures evaporate the water leaving the salt minerals behind.
the dead sea is below sea level and so can't drain into the sea. salt is dissolved into the river Jordan which empties into the dead sea. because it is in a desert there isn't enough water to fill it up and flush it into the sea so the salt accumulates. if there was adequate water fall the region (large parts of Israel and Jordan) would be a massive fresh water lake but the desert doesn't allow this to happen.
The Red Sea and the Dead Sea are two separate bodies of water.
The Red Sea separates Africa from Asia. It is a large inlet of the Indian Ocean.
The Dead Sea is a large saltwater lake bordering Israel, Jordan and the West Bank. It is made after the river Jordan flows from the Sea of Gallilae down the river and lands there. It gets it's name The Dead Sea because it is so salty nothing can live in it.
In J.M.Synges play "Riders to the Sea"
The Bride Dara is mentioned by Maurya the mother of Bartley and Michael. The Bride Dara must like Maurya had a vision of loved ones who where dead.
You can find the whole script of the play on
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"Bride" is an archaic form of the name "Brigid," one of the great pagan Goddesses of Ireland. Brigid was later "Christianized" and turned into one of the Catholic saints, who founded a double monastary and convent in Cill-Dara. "Bride Dara" is therefore a sort of shorthand way of saying "Brigid of Dara."
Many of the myths surrounding the Goddess Brigid were tacked on to the saint by the common Irish people. One of these stories is of the death of Brigid's son. The story says that she invented keening while mourning the death of her son on the battlefield. This is the origin of Maura's allusion.
Both exist, as in there is an area with that name. Both are not bodies of water. The Sea of Tranquility is an area on Earth's moon but has no water. The Dead Sea is a body of water on Earth.
he is 300 years old.
The western border of Israel is the Mediterranean Sea.
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