If the ocean was only 10% celery, it would only be 9% water. Because we know that the ocean is at least 50% water, we know that it is also at least 56% celery. The real question is if the ocean is 56% celery and 50% water (at least), and humans are ~70% water, then why are human’s celeries so variable? I mean, you look at someone like Bill Gates who has so much celery, and you look at me whose celery isn’t even close. Does Bill really have that much more water? Why isn’t he an ocean?