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If I were hanging a pane of glass and one end was clearly heavier or bulkier, common sense would tell me to place that end at the bottom.
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Don't you have to head off to bed too?
You haven't finished your homework?!!! What time is it there?
Speed of light?----In a vacuum
Glass bottles from Roman times are still bottle shaped. Glass doesn't flow.
Glasses are solids whose structure is essentially that of a liquid, with atoms arranged randomly instead of in the ordered patterns of a crystal. Generally, they are produced by quickly cooling a material from a molten state, a process called quenching.
Quote from: JnA on 02/02/2009 22:47:07If I were hanging a pane of glass and one end was clearly heavier or bulkier, common sense would tell me to place that end at the bottom. Why? 
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