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i was wondering about Snowflakes during freefall have you ever seen a snowflake freefalling collide with another snowflake ? , it just seems to

never happen and i'm amazed by this
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
Of course they collide…during the warmer snows they cling together in huge clumps, saw clumps of snow as big as my hand one time at work in mid-October.
FurryFace · 61-69, M
@cherokeepatti but did you see them collide becoming bigger flakes and i'm guessing not , you're just assuming they had collided but never saw it happen
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
@FurryFace I don’t stand outside all the time looking for two snowflakes to collide
FurryFace · 61-69, M
@cherokeepatti oh i see YOU Have Life , lol
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
Even water drops have sort of a repellent (tension) field. Snowflakes are just another form of water....


Ask why water forms beads (drops). It's that tension.
FurryFace · 61-69, M
@DeWayfarer it was such a Mystery to me
Nimbus · M
Exactly which 'snowflakes' are you referring to?

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