Virtual nature? Go outside! Or keep on being virtual. What's worse death by fire or water? Fire vs. Water. Or both?
Fire-water is the biggest known non-existent creation on God's list of things not to create...Although, his drunk elf minions mixed up this list, resulting in many creations that should not have been made in the first place. Anyway, Firewater, not to be confused with vodka, is, well, self-explanatory. The existence of firewater is, of course, not physically possible in this dimension, because of many different reasons. The first reason is the temperature. Let's see, water is between 33 and 211 degrees Fahrenheit, and fire is at least 451 degrees. Do the math. Second: Matter. Water is a liquid. It is everywhere on the Earth, and 95% of it is free. Fire is comprised of gas, energy, and plasma. Thus, it costs $5 for a gallon of fire, which is bullshit, especially considering water is everywhere on Earth and almost nowhere off of it excluding Uranus, and fire is everywhere, but very rare on earth itself. Third, and biggest of all, they hate each other. Water is the bastard who exists in about .0000000000001% of the known universe. Fire is everywhere. Face it. Fire mugged, gang raped, and left water for dead. There is no way either of the two could ever have a reaction without one of them dying.Sun
Bored Level [+1 Fire]
Fast fluid simulation sandbox, you can create and mix fluids, draw walls as collision objects, create air emitters, add particles, which are influenced by fluids and by themselves.
Bored Level [+1 Water]
Papervision shaders + perlin noise = water. As you can see water lost here at amBored. 2:1.
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