Simple Physics

ENTRY # 89 There are various states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. You know where you are in a particular state, most times, because you can see or feel it. But theres a transitional period. For example, water looks like water a long time. You add flame, and it looks just the same…for a long time. But whats happening, in reality, is that while its potential energy looks like a lock, its kinetic is changing. The molecules are moving. The interconnections are realigning, breaking down and regrouping. And at some key point, you’re in another state. In the meantime, flux occurs. Its a shifting state. And all under the surface.

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