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An image of a single isolated crystal of sodium sulfite, hydroquinone, at 210x magnification. This image, by James W, Evarts, won an honorable mention in the 1984 Nikon Small World Competition.

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    D-:
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    that’s an alien face does no one else see that? clearly crystals are alive they exist in tiny worlds inside of ours...
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    It looks so angry D:
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    I’m so sorry for everything I’ve done, sodium sulfite hydroquinone. PLEASE STOP YELLING AT ME.
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