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quote:Originally posted by Nuxi]I am not a scientific type, im quite the opposite. However I need to have your views on a topic that has come to light through my writing. I write contemporary fantasy and dabble in sci-fi. In the latter genre I have used a concept. It is as follows.I have used a material which is formed of a gas that with the correct electrical current solidifies.....so far so good you might say.However, the properties of the solidified material is to return any pressure applied to it, in equal amounts. Example being A sheet of AntiKinetic Polymer (as I have called it) is hit with a bullet. The force of the bullets impact is repelled with exactly the same amount of force applied to the material, creating a null effect, leaving the material unaffected by the impact. In physics i think this is called equilibrium, though it might fall into the dynamic equilibrium category.The questions is this....Is such a material and its reactive properties theoretically possible?AlsoIf such a material was created would it conflict with Newtons laws? yesOn a fantastical note, if such a material was created it would I my belief change human progress entirely. Bullet proof really becomes bullet proof.....the pressure of deep beneath the ocean or the vacuum of space would be meaningless...ahh, I know Im a dreamer but Im not the only one!please, on a serious note, your views please.