What about plasmas?
Plasma is a secret, that's why they don't tell you about it until you get to high school...shhhhhh
I was just covering the 3 main types
Oh so just because there a minority they get left out. I see how it is.
If Im not mistaken plasma is the most common state of matter in the universe.
Really? I would think it was gases.
Plasma is molten gases or something of the sort, isn't it? All stars are made of plasma I believe, so there's a hella lot of it in the universe.
Yes but there is more space than stars in space (hence the name) which I would assume is composed of gases.
Facepalm space is called space because for the most part it is a vacuum, no matter including gases.
...there's no gasses in space... It's empty space...
Dunno, but if you look it up plasma is definitely the most abundant.
it's empty space hint the space part and the lack of atmosphere
My bad for that. I eat a lot of eggs and beans :/
I'm sorry but I haven't learned about those yet. My bad
Are you in 1st grade...?
lol, come on Anon. like we don't know who you are
Well, we haven't learned about them yet in 5 grade. I didn't realize I'd get so much hate for not knowing about plasmas.
dont worry, its just going through a phase. -Bill Nye
Does anyone remember that old Wendy's commercial with two guys who couldn't decide if something was a solid or a liquid so they called it a soquid? No? Just me? Okay.
I thought jello was an amorphous solid o____o
Jello is considered a colloid. Essentially it is a solid suspended in liquid
dont forget ketchup. that shit is not a liquid or a solid.
Don't forget peanut butter and toothpaste(:
I think those would be newtonian liquids.
Non-newtonian liquids*? Just like jello is technically a non-newtonian solid.
Yeah I guess...
plasma is the most abundant form of matter in our universe as it is what all stars are made of except for the core of molten medal that is in most stars and plasma is defined as anything with properties of both liquids and gases
You're comment sounded intelligent, then you spelled "metal" "medal"...
The consistency of jello makes me extremely uncomfortable.
what type of matter is skin?
I think solid, but what about raw eggs
But it forms to the body, like liquids form in a container.
Raw eggs are liquid, when they develop/are cooked, they solidify.
Yea but the you can pick the yolk up with a for and it won't strain through
Maybe it-skin I mean-is a plasma. Maybe.
No. Go to high school.
I said maybe lol, but I looked it up and yeah, no.
Has anyone else but me wondered if the substance in a borrito supreme for tacobell is a solid or liquid?
Jello is a solid... it holds its shape... but very true (almost)