I’ve been mulling this over all week, which by the way happens to be National Science Week so this kinda fits in with the whole theme of my post….Ok so I understand that there are hydrogen and oxygen atoms all around us. They’re the farking building blocks of the whole universe, right? Well, hydrogen anyway – 75% of the universe is made up of this stuff apparently. And so to make a water molecule, 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom need to get together. I get all that. But how do they suddenly form water? If they’re both gases, what’s the catalyst that makes the two atoms into a liquid molecule? Is is the sun, a spark or some kind of energy? I don’t know! My brain is hurting….so I’m going to ease it by being creative and draw my interpretation of H2O using my left hand. Do you like it? Well, BIOMYLH!
Oyori and thanks for stopping by!