Glass is a kind of amorphous crystalline mass. It used to be called a supercooled liquid, so people thought that it flowed very slowly. Now it seems to be considered to be an amorphous solid and does not flow. The thicker glass at the bottom of old windows is thought to be an artifact of manufacture. There is an exhaustive discussion of the glass flow idea by Florin Neumann of Toronto.
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