WaLaw Realty, Absolute Zero, and the quest for the Perfect Crystal

We’ve Moved!  That’s right, we’re now in new and larger office space at 6th & Virginia.  We still have a few pieces of furniture to buy and the walls are screaming for artwork (or sweet posters of 80’s hair bands) but, all in all, we love it.  And the best part is, we now have room for additional staff.  Did I mention we’re hiring?

So what’s with the absolute zero reference you ask?  Well, as we all know, absolute zero is the theoretical temperature at which all molecular motion ceases and, at least theoretically, pure substances can form perfect crystals.  However, the laws of thermodynamics state that absolute zero cannot be reached because this would require a thermodynamic system fully removed from the rest of the universe.

Nonetheless, our research and development division has taken it upon itself to disprove the naysayers.  Accordingly, the photo below should demonstrate definitively that absolute zero is achievable and that perfect crystals do exist.

 

But Marc, what pure substance is capable of such perfection?  Why, caffeine free Diet Pepsi, of course.

But, Marc, that’s just a fridge with cans of exploded soda in it.

No, it’s not. It’s the only thermodynamic system on earth capable of full removal from the known universe.  Under no circumstances did I or anyone in our employ put cans of soda in a fridge with the temp setting set too low.  We’re educated professionals over here and that would never happen.

The only plausible explanation is that the former tenants left behind a supremely powerful device that they feared and, for good reason.  I mean really, did you see what it did to those cans?

So, feel free to stop by our new digs and check out our kickin’ new fridge.  But call ahead if you’ll want a cold beverage as inter-universal soda retrieval and serious defrosting may be required.

Posted by Marc Holmes

Residential Real Estate Lawyer Marc HolmesMarc Holmes is an attorney in Seattle with a practice focused on residential real estate. In 2009 he merged his life-long passion for real estate with his law practice to create WaLaw Realty. WaLaw is a new and unique model that combines legal representation with the services of a real estate agent while charging much less than a traditional agent. Marc blogs when he has a chance.

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