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2011-01-18 14:43:58
2011-01-18 14:43:58

There is no such thing as 'unbreakable' glass, however, bulletproof glass is actually just normal glass, but, it has a thin plastic sheet, because, glass on its own is strong enough to stop glass, it'll just shatter, The plastic sheet stops it from shattering.


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