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    Uh, how does that beat me? The reason I kept it vague is because it cannot be beat.

    One more thought... snow is H20, which by definition can't be any smaller than one H2O molecule....
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    Quote Originally Posted by groovy View Post
    I once made a snow man half the size of a hydrogen atom. Huh? Huh? Top that one! I dare ya!
    I have trained quarks that can be made to model water molecule structures and create a small quantum model of a snowman...
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    ... prentending to be frozen H2O is not the same as being H2O.

    Once I pretended to be a shark, but the lady I bit didn't buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pogeypre View Post
    ... prentending to be frozen H2O is not the same as being H2O.

    Once I pretended to be a shark, but the lady I bit didn't buy it.
    Agreed - but I never agreed to the supposition that a snow man must be made of snow. A good simulacrum is sufficient for the purposes of "tiniest". As an example a tiny tiny violin need not be made of wood. It should be similar in that it should be possible (however difficult) to play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pogeypre View Post
    Uh, how does that beat me? The reason I kept it vague is because it cannot be beat.

    One more thought... snow is H20, which by definition can't be any smaller than one H2O molecule....
    Just the fact that you had to ask that question tells me my snowman is smaller than your snowman... wait, that didn't sound right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by groovy View Post
    Just the fact that you had to ask that question tells me my snowman is smaller than your snowman... wait, that didn't sound right!
    Very Freudian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unclevanya View Post
    I have trained quarks that can be made to model water molecule structures and create a small quantum model of a snowman...
    I'm gonna call your bluff because I think the fragmentation of free floating quarks would make your snowman impossible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by groovy View Post
    I'm gonna call your bluff because I think the fragmentation of free floating quarks would make your snowman impossible.
    I never said that they stayed still for more than a brief moment in time... LOL
    There is a wave probability that exists however small for however brief of a time in which this is the reality...
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