Today's post is about the different phases of matter and mainly their reaction of going from one to another.
Coming from a naive perspective, isn't it weird how a liquid state can just go to a gas state in our everyday lives? (E.g. boiling liquid water on a stove) Would it not make more sense if there was more of a gradual change from liquid to gas, rather than just directly? It seems to not be a slow enough change, how science has defined it in classes.
ps - This was just the basic version. Eventually, I may have a post about supercritical fluids and degenerate gases.