What is the water cycle?

The water cycle — technically known as the hydrologic cycle or hydrological cycle — is the continuous circulation of water within the Earth's hydrosphere, and is driven by solar radiation.
hmm not real sure but i understand that water molecules come from the oceans and seas and earth and dissipate/rise into the air...fall back to earth. something like that. the same amount of water is always in some form or other on the earth. hope that helps some. peace
it rains, water falls down, rivers are created that go to the ocean. Water from ocean or lakes evaporate become clouds and it rains again.

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