Here’s some relatively interesting facts about water:

  • 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water, but if you were to visualize it as a sphere, it wouldn’t look like that much:

earth water volume visualized

  • The age of the oldest water ever discovered on Earth was 2.6 billion years old.  It was found in Ontario, Canada.

  • On top of Mount Everest, water boils at only 68 degrees Celsius because the atmospheric pressure is so much lower.

  • 90% of the garbage in the oceans is plastic.

  • 83% of human blood is made up of water.

  • Water is considered a universal solvent, which means more substances dissolve in water than any other solvent.

  • You really can die from drinking too much water… eventually, you would dilute the sodium level in your bloodstream.

  • By the time you feel thirsty, you’ve lost roughly 1% of the water content in your body.

If you like cold water, check out this water cooler from Strauss water.

Check out the infographic below for more facts about water (click to enlarge):

50 Facts About Water Source:  http://www.purewaterpeople.co.uk/blog/2014/04/facts-about-water-infographic