I'm sure you already knew that no two snowflakes are alike, but did you know most women's breasts are different sizes too? I know, I can't believe it either! Anyway, this is a chart used to classify which shape category a snowflake falls into. I posted a bunch for reference after the jump, but go to the Snowcrystals Guide Page to see examples of every kind. Then, get out there and pack a whole bunch of them into a ball. But you better not pack a big rock in the middle! (handful of gravel = more shrapnel)
Hit the jump for a bunch of flakes.
The Colorful World of Snowflakes [colourlovers]
Thanks to Melissa, who makes a mean snow-angel.
With all the snow that's been falling recently, it's always fun to get out there and do something with it. Me? I write my name in it. WITH THE BLOOD OF MY FALLEN ENEMIES! Kidding, with bottled urine. But Geekologie Reader Magefire took the opportunity to create a penguin-s... / Continue →
Aliens were recently spotted (well, not literally) hovering over Moscow and playing with the clouds above the city because they have that technology and like to make our meteorologists jealous for sucking so bad at predicting the weather (you said no rain today, jerks!). And d... / Continue →
This is a video of bubbles being blown and freezing in mid-air. You can actually see the ice crystals starting to form as the bubbles drift around. Mother nature you be trippin' me out, gurl!
After some trial and error, a solution of dish soap, sugar, and water was found to ... / Continue →