I think "the more strongly" would have been the correct adverbial comparison. Kindly excuse my English being at second language level.
Posted by Guest on Thu Oct 20 21:00:03 2016
"What's an "oobleck?" Apparently the dictionary doesn't know what it is either."
Are you still reading this website on parchment, good Sir?
As I'm sure Mr. Google would have been happy to tell you, oobleck is a non-newtonian fluid of the dilatant (shear thickening) type, made from 1 part water and 1.25 parts (corn)starch. Being a liquid when at rest, the mixture acts increasingly like a solid the stronger one agitates it.
The name is derived from the sticky green slime featuring in "Bartholomew and the Oobleck", a 1949 book by Dr. Seuss.
Fare thee well.
Posted by Yogoda B. Shitnmay (guest) on Thu Oct 20 20:56:22 2016
oobleck is cornstarch and water, optional food dye
Posted by Guest on Tue Oct 18 23:04:54 2016
What's an "oobleck?" Apparently the dictionary doesn't know what it is either.