Scientists have discovered a new state of physical matter in which atoms can exist as both solid and liquid simultaneously.
Applying high pressures and temperatures to potassium — a simple metal – creates a state in which most of the element’s atoms form a solid lattice structure, the findings show. However, the structure also contains a second set of potassium atoms that are in a fluid arrangement.
Under the right conditions, over half a dozen elements – including sodium and bismuth – are thought to be capable of existing in the newly discovered state, researchers say. (1)
In a cosmos which is always in motion.
In a cosmos where all is what it is.
And at the very next moment it is not.
Molded by thought.
Forged in existence.
There is nothing liquid.
There is nothing solid.
Is there anything more flexible?
Could there by anything more rigid?
A world constantly changing.
Only because it cannot…