Pandalous There is a great deal that could be said about all this. It is true that for a time people thought that axiomatizing maths and science is a great thing to do and yes it is often appropriate where clarity is needed and we want a final system. It is the final form of a theory. (If physics stops for awhile they like to sit around and axiomatize stuff). If we try to do that for mathematics, it goes like this: All of maths can be derived from number theory. For example even geometry can be coordinatised so it's really numbers.
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How much water does it take to grow a hamburger? USGSWater Scien What is the water content of things? Water is needed to grow not only everything we eat but also to produce almost all the products we use every day. This water is either supplied by nature as precipitation and/or added by people during the growing/production process. You can't tell by the size of a product or the appearance of a food how much water was actually used to produce the item. Use to form below to enter your guess on how much water is used to produce some common foods and products. But, please realize this whole exercise is meant to give you an estimate of how much water is needed in food and product production.
UNESCO Water Footprint
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