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Yeah. This stuff's important.

Water is essential to life on Earth. Of course, some organisms don't have lives, so water isn't essential to them. Water can also refer to:

Water is in fact, much more important than previously realized. Master scientists reclently uncovered a hither-to unknown two bible verses, hidden in a location known only as "Genesis Chapter 1, Verse 1 and 2". The previously unknown document shows that although God did create space and dirt on a bet, he did not, in fact, create water. The two recently unlocked verses say, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters." This makes it obvious that waters and "the deep" were there before God created everything... thus comes the eternal question... which came first? God or "the Deep"? As a resident of "the deep", cthulhu declined to comment, and instead just ate the minds of those who attempted to reach him for comment. Attempts to reach God for comment were met with embarassed blushing and a decline to comment. Water on the other hand, was readily available for comment, kept offering us drinks, and was apparantly sloshed off its arse.

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