I've made a remarkable discovery.
The Nobel Prize committee will probably call me any day now.
And I didn't even major in anything science-y.
You may want to sit down for this one, but I think I've discovered an entirely new element for the periodic table.
It's definitely not a gas. And it's not really a solid or a liquid.
You'll have to see it to believe it, so head over to the grocery store and buy a stick of light margarine.
Even refrigerated, it isn't completely a solid. It's almost like Jell-O, but it's still gooey. And it doesn't seem to melt either. Putting it on toast just smears it around without actually shifting into a liquid.
So, when the Nobel Prize committee calls, do you think I should give any credit to the people who actually make light margarine?
I didn't think so either.