In this video I join the "is water wet?" debate. I show you with an experiment the true answer to this question. The argument against water being wet is that water makes things wet, but it is not wet. Fire burns, it is not burned. However, instead of arguing semantics, I show you some actual data (with semantics). I think if you follow me through the whole explanation you will agree with me too.
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