K:        so glass
GT:     mystery of glass I am here to discuss
K:        and your work
GT:     mystery that why glass is transparent not so easy to say
K:        can you
GT:     glass like water that why water is transparent not so easy to say
K:        can we
GT:     thing is, one particle water is one thousandth smaller than one wavelength of
            visible rays
K:        you mean
GT:     visible rays not prevented from passing through water
K:        and so
GT:     same for glass, sort of
K:        sort of
GT:     each particle infinitely connected with no boundary at all
K:        but if
GT:     for details refer to this article authored by me [hands to K]
K:        okay thanks
GT:     other mystery is glass is solid or liquid
K:        I’ve heard it’s
GT:     trick answer glass is supercooled liquid
K:        of course
GT:     this substance not existing in natural world
K:        no
GT:     break of glass is easy glass fragile why, supercooled is why
K:        what if
GT:     remember no boundary at all
K:        yes
GT:     no boundary means supercooled cannot prevent cracks grow all over
K:        cracks
GT:     microscopic cracks and cracking force to one grows to a break force
K:        cracks
GT:     further mystery is glass dissolves in water I am serious
K:        sure
GT:     when water drops on glass there is exchange one hydrogen ion (water) one
            sodium ion (glass) after that substance is different, surface glass inner glass
K:        how do
GT:     this is phenomenon called blue disordering
K:        say again
GT:     not all mystery of glass but all I say today
K:        so after
GT:     next project authored by me is glass for bones
K:        my goodness
GT:     yes and memory
K:        you’re saying
GT:     saying glass memory is top efficient concept, see right through past to more past
            no secrets no voluntary no involuntary no Marcel Proust! just kidding
K:        ha
GT:     not kidding now, interview over, exit, bye
[ exit GT, high five from K, blackout]