here is my question, water makes other things wet right? if water is consistently touching more water over and over again that means that all water has become wet in its own stance. water is only dry when there is a single molecule of it existing on its own. your claim is respectable and yet it is always possible to argue anything the opposite way with science and thought.
Yes, it does btw. BUT I will argue with that, "Water isn't wet by itself, but it makes other (solid) materials wet when it sticks to the surface of them." But if it's touching more water, it's the same as a cookie touching a cracker... nothung changes. So! Water is dry, but makes things wet when came unto contact with solid objects, is that what you were explaining? Though, it could be that Water is semi-wet semi-dry? Another reason I say it's dry is because I experimented. I put water drops in a bowl, they're seperated, I tilt the around to gather it all one puddle, the bowl was dry even with the water moving. I'll make a GIF on it if ya want :D
In the case that you and your accurate claim are correct then both my and your claims are understandable. you have more proof to push your claim but I hold a much more aggressive stance at times. I do believe that the effect that water droplets in a bowl forming a larger water droplet could be the cause of a textured surface in any way at all. thus, the water would glide along the more elevated surface of the textured part and collect what it left behind in the crevices when it moves forward. Eeveeon I do wish to say that all claims can be argued, but it depends on the person you are arguing it to, to determine how much you must have developed in your claim.
I would also like to say that I am 13 and am using a school computer. lolol
Brooo great to see people that are relatable. I love getting into debates about things like that because I have always had a knack for writing and exposing a flaw in another author's claim. We really do have a lot in common. big sheesh moment