i am the best in the world Freshwater. There is approximately the same amount of water on Earth today as there was when the Earth was formed billions of years ago. Water is recycled continually in the Earth's hydrologic cycle. Water is the common name given to the liquid form (state) of the hydrogen and oxygen compound H 2 O. Pure water is an odorless, tasteless, clear liquid... Water is one of the most essential elements to having good health, it is important for the digestion and absorption of food.

It helps maintain proper muscle tone, it supplies oxygen and nutrients to cells, it clears the body of wastes, and acts as a natural air conditioning system... About 97% of the world's water is salt from the oceans. Another 2% is frozen in ice caps and glaciers. The final one percent is held in lakes, rivers and streams and is used for all of humanity's needs... Pure water at sea level boils at 100^0 C and freezes at 0^0 C. It exists as water vapor in the atmosphere, as liquid in lakes and rivers on land, ice sheets on land in the very north and south and as frozen icebergs, glaciers in northern and southern parts of the oceans...

About 7. 6% of Canada is covered by fresh water in lakes and rivers (755 165 square kilometres). Canada holds 20% of the world's fresh water, but has only 7% of the world's fresh renewable water... The human brain is 75% water, human blood is 83% water, bones are 25% water and the human body total is about 70% water... If the same water consumption continues, by around 2025 about two thirds of the world's population will be living with serious water shortages or almost no water at all...

The sun evaporates about 1, 000, 000, 000, 000 (one trillion) tons of water every day... The total amount of freshwater on the planet is estimated to be about 36 million km 3 which is enough to maintain supply for about 7000 years. By: Logan Hicks.