Critical opalescence is a strikingly beautiful effect that is seen when water is heated to 374 C under high pressure. In that critical state, the fluid is continually fluctuating between gas and liquid, and the fluctuations are seen visually as a multicolored sparkling.
I think this is a wonderful metaphor for the creative process.
Jasmine's pond of dreams
Saturday, February 23, 2013
No school of rock today- it's saturday!
I hope you didn't come to school today. It's Saturday. If you did, I hope you didn't have to travel too far.
See you Monday.
Francis Glebas, PhD. in fantasy