Is the water live?

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05 Feb 2020 17:06 #349459 by Br. John
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Characteristics for life is simply complexity.


That's a breathtakingly stupid thing to say.

The characteristics of life are:

Living things are made of cells.
Living things obtain and use energy.
Living things grow and develop.
Living things reproduce.
Living things respond and may adapt to their environment.

If something follows one or just a few of the characteristics listed above, it does not necessarily mean that it is living.

You, Fyxe, keep throwing anything out there and coming up with ad hoc nonsense. There are all sorts of complex things that are not alive I can think of some math equations and spacecraft, even some recipes.

This is not the place for you. I recommend Quora.com

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05 Feb 2020 17:25 #349461 by Erinis
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Br. John wrote: There is no liquid that holds the Universe together today and there has not been for billions of years.

Well what´s your point of view, what holds the Universe together. Just when you take our planet, it´s held together by water,
which enable us to live. Atmosphere which we breath, Blood connects solid body - makes it as one and viable.

Br. John wrote: Kindly save the poetry and metaphors for English and Creative Writing

I don´t see any kindness within this, someday I would like to know how your kindness looks like.

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05 Feb 2020 17:40 #349462 by Erinis
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Fyxe wrote: Characteristics for life is simply complexity.

Br. John wrote: That's a breathtakingly stupid thing to say.

The characteristics of life are:

Living things are made of cells.
Living things obtain and use energy.
Living things grow and develop.
Living things reproduce.
Living things respond and may adapt to their environment.

John, Fyxe doesn´t said that water is live, we all agreed on that it´s not live, what he said was, that you can not
exempt water and still live. That´s the complexity he meant.

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05 Feb 2020 17:48 #349464 by Br. John
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Gravity holds the planets together. Any water holding the sun together? The planet Mercury does not have water and it's managing to stay together. Water is not keeping the planets in orbit around the sun.

You presented a scientific question. Is water (H2O) alive? It is not alive.

In poetry, you can have a cow jumping over the moon and the dish running away with the spoon

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05 Feb 2020 17:55 #349465 by Br. John
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I agree you cannot live without water, or without oxygen and many other things. Water itself is not alive.

The lunatic contortions this has gone through are enough to make a Saint curse like a Sailor. Besides, to me, I'm Kindness personified so it must be true.

Is this settled now?

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05 Feb 2020 18:06 #349466 by Erinis
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Br. John wrote: Any water holding the sun together? The planet Mercury does not have water and it's managing to stay together

I spoke just about our planet

Br. John wrote: Gravity holds the planets together

You see that complexity. I didn´t said it´s just water which holds solid matter together.

Br. John wrote: Water itself is not alive.

I already wrote that we all agreed on that it´s not alive, why do you still bringing it back.

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