How come I can see through glass?

February 12, 2007 3:42am CST
Let me reply for this. First off, let's get something out the way here. Glass is a highly viscous liquid -, not a solid (I know that's confusing but just take Reeko's word for it). It's rate of flow is so slow that it would take billions of years for it to 'flow' out of shape. You can see through glass for the same reason you can see through water. As with most liquids, the molecules are loosely spaced and simply not big enough to restrict the light passing through it. What do you say for this
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