So, I have an idea I’ve been working on, very witchy and all that jazz. Working through the magic system, and I’ve figured out that magic flows through liquids, and that solids that melt easily–wax and chocolate be some of the main ones I’m using. Trying to think of another one that isn’t cooking-related. Any ideas?
Glass, however, is actually neither a liquid—supercooled or otherwise—nor a solid . It is an amorphous solid—a state somewhere between those two states of matter. And yet glass’s liquidlike properties are not enough to explain the thicker-bottomed windows, because glass atoms move too slowly for changes to be visible.
is glass liquid or solid - Google Search
Non Newtonian liquids:
- Soap solutions, cosmetics, and toothpaste
- Food such as butter, cheese, jam, mayonnaise, soup, taffy, and yogurt
- Natural substances such as magma, lava, gums, honey, and extracts such as vanilla extract
- Biological fluids such as blood, saliva, semen, mucus, and synovial fluid
- Slurries such as cement slurry and paper pulp, emulsions such as mayonnaise, and some kinds of dispersions
Non-Newtonian fluid - Wikipedia.
Water trapped in diamonds and other stones could bring in pendants…
As a 16 years served Glassblower, I can confirm that this is correct. Yet, most lean towards the “Supercooled Liquid” for easier digest.
Wow, did not know about a couple of these. Very helpful, tempted to use the food-adjacent honey even though glass sounds like a much better option
I’d suggest that even molten rock could be used, but because lava is volatile, it woukd take immense talent to weild it.
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