A single drop of water contains 4,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 H2O molecules. Each of these H2O molecules breaks its hydrogen bonds every 100 millionth of a second.
Water is the most abundant compound on our planet, but current science has not been able to decode its secrets. Water presents more than 30 anomalies, leading us to wonder: why is water the only fluid whose density decreases when it freezes, causing it to float? Why does rainwater spin as it falls? Why is water the only fluid that moves from a solid state to a liquid state and from a liquid state to a gaseous state at room temperature? Etc.
Water is the element that cradles life and makes life possible, and perhaps that is why it is so sophisticated. It is a paradox that the secret of life is kept hidden in an element that makes up 70% of the human body and the Earth.