2 comments on “Snowflakes

    • I don’t think it’s possible to say with certainty that no two snowflakes have ever been identical, but I think we can estimate the number of possible arrangements of the ice crystals in a snow flake and compare that to an estimate of the number of snowflakes that have ever been. I guess the saying that no two snowflakes are identical indicates that the first number exceeds the second. Not quite as punchy as “No two snowflakes are alike” is it?-)

      rjb

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