|Location||Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada|
|Interests||History, books, art (18th century, preferrably), architecture (before the 20th century) and, oh yes, cats|
|Favorite Movies||A Christmas Carol (1951 version), Dark City, L.A. Confidential, Ink, A Canterbury Tale|
|Favorite Music||Vivaldi, Mozart, Telemann, Haydn, Wanhal, solo piano|
|Favorite Books||Oxford English Dictionary; Encyclopaedia Britannica; Watership Down; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.|
If a spring is compressed, then restrained in that position and thrown into acid strong enough to consume the spring before the restraint, where does the spring's coiled energy go?