Sunday, July 30, 2017

The phases of work

Ordinarily, work is a gas, expanding to fill its containing time. Under intense pressure, supercool it and work can become a coherent liquid, but it is extremely difficult to get solid work. (If one puts enough energy into work it may become a plasma, but then one really wants to be sure it is safely contained or it will consume everything around it.)

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