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TheWaterIsNotWet
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razzo
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Is water wet?

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Started: 10/12/2018 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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TheWaterIsNotWet

Con

The definition of wet is "liquid that makes something damp. " or "covered or saturated with water or another liquid. " Water can not make its self dampened, And being water, It cannot saturate itself. Wettening something is the act of taking a liquid, In this case, Water. And adding it to make the normally dry object, No longer dry, Aka wet. Water is not in, And of itself wet!
Debate Round No. 1
TheWaterIsNotWet

Con

Actually yes, It is (not) wet. Look it up :)
razzo

Pro

Water molecules are surrounding other water molecules to make water so doesn't that mean water (H2O) is wet because it is surrounded by its self? And you need a liquid to make something wet. H2O molecules coming in contact with another molecule or object, There fore i just answered my own question. Water is wet because you need H2O molecules to make something wet and H2O molecules surrounding themselves thus making water wet. Try making something wet without a liquid.
Debate Round No. 2
TheWaterIsNotWet

Con

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razzo

Pro

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Debate Round No. 3
TheWaterIsNotWet

Con

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razzo

Pro

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Debate Round No. 4
TheWaterIsNotWet

Con

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razzo

Pro

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Masterful 3 years ago
Masterful
If water is not wet, Is it dry?
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