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    i thought i brought up the math error, but whatever. it was an errant moment either way
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    glass is a liquid, just like water it just freezes at a extremly higher temp. on earth glass is frozen, but that doesnt mean glass is frozen(solid) everywhere in the galaxy so techniqually, glass is a substance with a variety of propertys that very depending on the climate it is in. thats really the only answer. its a soliquid ? idk what is water? because it can be a mulitiple number of things depending on the temperature its in. if you lived on the sun water would be a gas not a solid.. if you lived on pluto water would be a solid. if you lived on earth it ranges between all 3, so maybe this solid and liquid shit is really just a bunch of BS because it doesnt end, glass is neither, its both. to quote the simspons

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    Quote Originally Posted by giraffetech View Post
    glass is a liquid, just like water it just freezes at a extremly higher temp. on earth glass is frozen, but that doesnt mean glass is frozen(solid) everywhere in the galaxy so techniqually, glass is a substance with a variety of propertys that very depending on the climate it is in. thats really the only answer. its a soliquid ? idk what is water? because it can be a mulitiple number of things depending on the temperature its in. if you lived on the sun water would be a gas not a solid.. if you lived on pluto water would be a solid. if you lived on earth it ranges between all 3, so maybe this solid and liquid shit is really just a bunch of BS because it doesnt end, glass is neither, its both. to quote the simspons
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    Quote Originally Posted by giraffetech View Post
    if you lived on the sun water would be a gas not a solid.
    Whoa dude, super headdie.

    Worthy of a PhD in broscience.

    This thread can now be officially closed.

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    if you lived on the sun water would be a gas not a solid.
    WRONG!!!! If you lived on the sun (an impressive feat in and of itself) water would be a plasma, not a gas. Here's a video which explains it for you nicely.

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    I do love when people jump in a post in a 10+ page thread without even reading it. It makes the thread so much more amusing.

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    Glass Is a Liquid, Just Like Soda Is a Cookie. But On The Sun, Cookies Are Sun Chips. So Obviously, Glass In Caffeinated..
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    so what is a sun dried tomato on the sun?
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    The sun dried tomatoes reminded me of how hungry I am, since we are on the subject could I get that with cheese in the crust and extra pepperoni. Lay on the veggies, heavy on the shrooms and peppers!!
    Oh yeah, and speaking of the plasma, how about changing channels, I hear the boys at Porter Ridge are racing again!!
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    Amorphous solid
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    "Amorphous" redirects here. For amorphousness in computational systems, see amorphous computing. For amorphousness in science fiction, see amorphous creature. For amorphousness in set theory, see amorphous set.
    List of unsolved problems in physics What is the nature of the glass transition between a fluid or regular solid and a glassy phase? What are the physical processes giving rise to the general properties of glasses?

    In condensed matter physics, an amorphous (from the Greek a, without, morphé, shape, form) or non-crystalline solid is a solid that lacks the long-range order characteristic of a crystal.
    Amorphous metals have low strength

    In some older books, the term has been used synonymously with glass. Nowadays, "amorphous solid" is considered to be the overarching concept, and glass the more special case: A glass is an amorphous solid that exhibits a glass transition.[1]

    Other types of amorphous solids include gels, thin films, and nanostructured materials.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amorphous_solid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simian View Post
    I do love when people jump in a post in a 10+ page thread without even reading it. It makes the thread so much more amusing.

    Greymatter-pre coffee I tried to rep ya and stupid me reported your post like a simpleton. A thousand apologies.
    I've done that too...lmao. Then I noticed the thread it sends to the mod room when you do it and laughed at myself.
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    This post is far out there
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    More importantly, if you lived on the sun, what would your property taxes look like? I feel like we're finally getting somewhere here.
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    OK I can't resist, glass when it is first made is a liquid, when it is in powdered form it is not glass
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    Quote Originally Posted by olddog View Post
    OK I can't resist, glass when it is first made is a liquid, when it is in powdered form it is not glass
    Totally. It's on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...zUm7UEEIY#t=33

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    property Tax Would Depend On What Area You Live In. i Was Looking At Some Nice Property With Amazing Sunspot Frontage But The Taxes Were 4500 a Year! On My Budget It Just Wouldn't werk. guess We're Gonna Have To Keep On Renting For s While..
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