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So, in each pound of mineral there can be as much as about 4 grams of water. Water which can be extracted, but not water which can flow.
My point is that the water flowed before, and it is capable of flowing again
originally posted by: infolurker
Many have wondered "where did the water come from" if there were great worldwide floods. It appears the mystery is being solved:
originally posted by: nolongeresisting
My point is that the water flowed before, and it is capable of flowing again. The original point made by the OP is where did the water possibly go?
originally posted by: luxordelphi
Are you saying that the new cements have similar properties? Are you saying that the new cements hold as much water as ringwoodite? That would certainly explain some of the catastrophic failures with them (the new cements/concretes) currently occurring around the world.