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Two snowflakes may be alike after all

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 7 years ago

Enlightenment

An anonymous reader writes "LiveScience is reporting that it may be possible for two snowflakes to be alike after all. For anyone who studies probablity, this seems reasonable, given that the article mentions that 10^24 snowlfakes fall in any given year. The article cointains links to fascinating snowflake pictures."

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