As used by most people here and on the Dan-Ball Wiki, Living Powder is the term given to Ant and Bird. However, this term is very ambiguous. Birds aren't affected by gravity to any extent, and uncharged Ant behaves as a liquid. My question is, why do we use the term as it is? Why not "living dots" or even just regular states of matter?
Post by QwertyuiopThePie on May 19, 2012 19:48:42 GMT
Yeah, we just have to take the set of properties that they follow (eg, ant acts more like a liquid but sink below powders) and judge it based off that. "Living powders" seems to be a class that makes no sense as liquid or powder or gas. As such it seems strange to have "powders" in the name. Perhaps it should just be "Life"?
They don't follow a single rule when it comes to gravity, when ANT comes into contact with, say, metal, it goes against gravity, or goes in all directions. Bird also goes in all directions (away from other elements, with a few exceptions).