Difference between things.....
Just like rocks we are all structured
under the laws of phyiscs and chemistry,yet we are alive and rocks are not........A science project was handed out to me to actually fine out more about these statement if rocks do live in such a way that we do not know......
But to my knowledge i'm not even sure if i could answer corretly but i do belive that they are alive.....Yet i will need all the help i can get to take a better presentation to school and to advance more to a +A.....Please these question has not been answered by any1 i've asked.....HELP...........
Re: Difference between things.....
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