Did you know that the Earth is one of the leading sources of reduce, reuse and recycle and it has been doing so for millions of years?
You may find it hard to believe but water that falls from the sky has actually been around since before the time of the dinosaurs and it is just caught up in the water cycle where it falls to the earth as rain, collects into the ocean and turns into vapors when the sun heats the water. This cycle continues over and over and the earth reuses the same water in a never ending cycle.
Pretty amazing, right? But the real question is, how does the earth keep reusing the same water and what is the water cycle?
The water cycle is a continuous cycle that has four stages. These are Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation, and Collection. There is no start to the cycle or end and really, we only break it up into these simple steps to better understand how the earth continually reuses its own energy.
So what exactly are Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation and Collection.