Is it true...no two snowflakes are alike?

@carmat (2850)
Canada
October 28, 2006 7:10pm CST
Could this really be possible, think about it all the snowflakes that have fallen over the millions of years how could it be possible that there have never been 2 the same, better yet how could this be proven?
4 responses
@ossie16d (11834)
• Australia
17 Nov 06
I have heard this before, but not sure how or whether anyone could scientifically prove it to be the case. Just thinking of all those 'scientists' out there collecting all these snowflakes and how they would stop them melting. LOL
@baileym11 (889)
• United States
29 Oct 06
I do believe that is true. They are like fingerprints, and it is pretty amazing.
@tsmeesa98 (576)
• United States
29 Oct 06
i think the chances of that are the same as the chance of there never having been two people just a like.
@Sizefive (42)
• Philippines
29 Oct 06
maybe it is possible but i'm not really sure, but maybe it's similar with the spiders' web, i've read somewhere that no spider's web is alike.