Does hot water sink or rise?

Answer Hot water rises. Heat causes a fluid to expand. Because the distance between water molecules increases, hot water is less dense and lighter than cold water and rises above it.Source:Georgia State U... Read More »

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Why Does Hot Air Rise & Cold Air Sink?

Hot air is less dense than cold air, which is why hot air rises and cold air sinks, according to the United States Department of Energy. Hot and cold air currents power the weather systems on earth... Read More »

Is it safe to use filtered water (sink water) to clean a fish bowl but add water conditioner!?

Honestly I had a betta for over 3 years, and the only water I used was distilled.

What would cause low water pressure in shower and master bed room sink and outside water faucet !?

If it is recent and your city water contains lots of calcium carbonate, you could have a cc buildup in your water heater. There are services which will clear that up for you.If it is a permanent co... Read More »

How to Make Water Rise?

Rising_water_6.jpgIt's not in defiance of the law of gravity to make water rise, but you'll need a few tools and a little help from science. Here's how.