Soft tires are better because they are smooth on the track which gives them more speed.
Because hard water is better than soft water for drinking
hard wood and soft wood are the same for the environment.
hard cheese is hardend by FAT! and i like soft cheese better than hard cheese. =]
Wider tires provide more of a "footprint" area on the ground, resulting in better handling around corners at high speeds, and better traction in mud/ soft dirt. Wider tires also have more weight to them than their smaller counterparts, thus resulting in the engine using more fuel to turn them.
I believe they go back to the manufacture for recycling, the longevity of tires depends on: track conditions and surface, how the car is set up, and how soft or hard the tire is, (a soft tire will wear-out much quicker than a hard tire).
They have more traction.
Yes, they are IMO.
Because of the presence of Calcium and Magnesium salts.
They all make excellent tires.
Because they have more tread.
soft corals live deeper water than hard corals because soft corals do not create a hard outer skeleton as the hard corals do.