Liquid metal cables are unstable at various temperatures
Hmmm, that is very interesting.especially given we have been playing in this field for quite a while in a lot of contexts and have not run into any temperature related issue in an audio setting. So we are wondering that since you have no actual hands on experience with our product where you could have pulled that statement out off. Is it possible you have seen some scientific studies of this phenomenon ?
So if you have, could you please provide us with some links to the specific scientific studies that have examined this phenomenon. Like its not like we don’t trust your august opinion or your pure intentions, because we don’t, but some "real" proof with reference to relevant theory and measurements and stuff would be really appreciated. You know, just to avoid the swampy quagmire that mere opinion and hearsay inevitability produce.
And while you are at it maybe toss up some studies about how absolutely stable metal wire is under all temperature conditions, you know to do the real scientific thing and provide the ever important contrast state against which all proper science ideas stand against. And do please include some studies that look at the relationship between temperature and resistance and metal wire failure under high current conditions ( I’m assuming failure is kind of related to some form of instability....like maybe could be seen as an ultimate instability.....and which, if you are not aware, unfortunately has happened in various audio systems on much more that one occasion...) .