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How trees get so big? Where do they get their mass from? [Physics]
posted April 9 2013 20:09.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Trees are some of the largest organisms on Earth! Which makes us think, where do they get all that mass from? Mass does not come out of nowhere... It does not come from the soil, because all trees would have huge holes around them by consuming the soil... So, what's going on here? Watch this video!



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