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    Default Re: What does a small cup of water do in a display case?

    Quote Originally Posted by hongsien View Post
    However, looking at the way we treat this planet, bigger brains doesn't equal more wisdom :-)

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    Sad but true. Man has caused more destruction in the last centuries than all living creatures combined since the dawn of time.

    The changing weather patterns are signs of a strained and battered Earth. I saw on Discovery Channel or NatGeo recently that scientists predicts coming of the next Ice Age and Man is the contributing factor that accelerated this problem.

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    Default Re: What does a small cup of water do in a display case?

    Wah! I was so ignorant about this. All the while I thought it has something to do with goodluck

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    Default Re: What does a small cup of water do in a display case?

    It's to give the salesman something to drink while he's explaining why it's the best product
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    Quote Originally Posted by hongsien View Post
    Aircon room can be too dry for some people, that's why.......

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    Thks HS, for answering.

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    plastic bag of water. this is to 'chase away' flies. how? i don't know.
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    Default Re: What does a small cup of water do in a display case?

    Quote Originally Posted by azul123 View Post
    Sad but true. Man has caused more destruction in the last centuries than all living creatures combined since the dawn of time.
    Popular, but most certainly not true. E.g., a long time ago, the emergence of photosynthesic organisms polluted the atmosphere to extreme levels with molecular oxygen, a chemical waste product which is quite toxic, while reducing the previously copious amounts of carbon dioxide to traces. Consequently, the global ecosystem changed completely. New organisms/species adapted to these hostile environmental conditions emerged, leading eventually to humans.

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