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The Science Of Snowflakes
If That's Not Proof Enough
More On The Science Of Snowflakes
It's Okay To Be Smart breaks it down.
Key Facts In This Video
Wilson Bentley photographed the first snowflake. 01:14
A snowflake crystal starts as a tiny speck of dust or pollen which catches water vapor out of the air. 02:51
In 1988, researcher Nancy Knight claimed to have found two identical snowflakes. 03:48
How Snowflakes Form
It's time to get schooled in the winter wonderland outside your window.
Why Are Snowflakes Symmetrical?
There's complicated stuff happening in those tiny crystals.
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