posted on Mar, 22 2004 @ 12:22 PM
lol, yES! I used to work with temped glass too. I was able to test how strong these sheets were with my own expariments, hitting it with a sledge
hammer! These sheets wouldnt break at all if hit in the middle area of the glass, but if you hit the egde of the glass the whole thing would pop and
shatter to peices. A little different than laminates but some what of the same effect in strength. But as far as a bomb, I would imagine the energy
that it would have to absorb with out breaking would be huge. It would also matter what type of blast and how hot it was, as we know Nukes turn sand
into glass, but i dont know how these laminates would react to high amounts of heat and pressure. I bet they would melt in a big blast, but could
definatly take a frag blast. Just my theory though.