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Not that I have anything better at the moment but this doesn't parse: The shape of the water molecule is a shallow V, with the oxygen in the middle and having an angle of approximately 105°. What has the angle?

Perhaps, "The oxygen atom is situated in the middle, the hydrogen atoms form an angle of..."

Also, it's been over thiry years for my HS chemistry but I think that H2O doesn't exist in nature as a single molecule but always as 2H2O? (Bi-dihydrogen oxide?)

This article gives the impression that Stephen T. Abedon's ideas about water are indesputable facts.
This implies that Dr. A's version is correct and that people who believe water is one of the classical (and only) elements (the others being air,fire, aether and earth) are incorrect.
Surely it would be better to write on the grounds of ... Stephen T. Abedon believes that water ...
WhatIsG0ing0n 10:21, 4 April 2007 (EDT)

Water trivia

Jesus was not a magician because practicing magic is a sin. o.O Make me a sysop! Nate my opinion matters? 17:33, 9 October 2008 (EDT)

Not only that, but there's nothing to say that Jesus couldn't have turned any other liquid into wine if he wanted to. HelpJazz 23:04, 9 October 2008 (EDT)