“Water is wet” is a common response to something obvious, but is it actually?
Fire is certainly hot, but “wet” is harder to define. The debate comes down to whether H20 is itself wet or merely makes everything it touches wet, an important distinction that’s likely beyond most arguers’ purview. But if water isn’t wet, what is it? Does it exist in a state above such earthly concerns, content to float along while perplexing us mere mortals? Just because it covers most of the earth doesn’t mean it’s without its mysteries, apparently. We have to go rest our brains after thinking about this one