Re: Text Editor
From: Siegbert Baude (siegbert.baude_at_gmx.de)
Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2005 01:20:36 +0100
> Siegbert Baude wrote:
>>I studied physics myself, so I know the argument. Not having a crystal
>>structure (that's what you call a solid) doesn't necessarily mean glass
>>flows within any reasonable time scale. (Btw, also so called solid state
>>is able to change form over long time periods by changing their inner
> I know some things in solid state that can change form. Nudge-nudge.
> Wink-wink. Know what I mean? Know what I mean?
Yes, Ferris, I do. :-)
OT here, therefore I don't want to go deeper into material sciences, but
just admit, that my above statement lacks scientific precision with
regard to "reasonable time scale", "long time periods" and acting forces
causing the "changes" to clearly explain, what I wanted to express. :-)
Still keen to see the corning link.