It's widely believed that no two snowflakes are alike
but it turns out that there are various forms of snowflakes,
making the tale a bit more complicated.
But how are snow flakes formed?
Why do snow crystals form with such symmetry and diversity?
How many different types of snow flakes exists? Can snowflakes
be made in a laboratory? Do snow flakes tell us something about
the temperature, Air pressure or other weather conditions?