r/NatureIsFuckingLit Dec 08 '22 Helpful 1 All-Seeing Upvote 1

🔥 Stunning geometric snowflakes under a microscope

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u/SmartestIdiotAlive Dec 08 '22

If snowflake is an insult then let me be a beautiful snowflake bruh

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u/HuffleWolf575 Dec 08 '22

What's the brand of microscope, Blender? Strata 3D?

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u/AntoineGGG Dec 12 '22

Binocular lense Maybe? Dont know thé english name

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u/Aerothaw420 Dec 08 '22

If Sub-Zero used shurikens

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u/AlphaMikeFoxtrot3099 Dec 09 '22

I remember this photoshoot from some years back. Very beautiful

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u/EmeraldEyedTarantula Dec 09 '22

I love how physics just works like this, allowing water to form beautiful shapes when freezing

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u/AntoineGGG Dec 12 '22

I know that they can have like infinite shaped Because the cristallisation pattern is random cause of small variations or impurity, but Why thé cristallisation is the same on the 6 branchs? Is it already predetermined at the core and that just continue to grow based on it?