You've just confirmed that your laziness outweighs any intelligence you may have.<quoted text>06Dec12.....
.....BobLoblah unnerstans more dan you dink.
Ps:.....Now WHO made the varied mixture of different minerals and compounds that almost anything can be included...especially the most common rocks?????
..and the udder basic components of soil that is organic matter, and hydrocarbons associated with life???????
Come on. Come on. Explain WHO made dis stuffys.
Forever and Ever
"Dirt is a mixture of four things: stones, sand, clays and humus.
Stones of various sizes can be found in some soil. They may have come from underlying bedrock or may have been carried into the area and mixed in over time.
Sand is tiny crystals and is usually cloudy white or beige. The spaces between sand particles let water drain into the soil.
Clays are minerals that stick together easily. Clays generally absorb water, keeping soil moist.
Humus is made of the remains of dead plants and animals that are slowly being consumed by organisms called dentrivores. Dentrivores break down dead things and return many of the nutrients to the soil. Most fungi, as well as many bacteria, insects, mites and worms, are dentrivores."