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E086: Rising Higher


Quesiton of Self-Reflection  

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  1. 1. Is water wet?

    • Yes (Explain)
    • No (Explain)

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This is a very interesting question. I would think that water would have to be wet in order to make whatever comes in contact with it wet.

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