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    Why is nothing in nature square?


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    Crystals with simple-cubic structures have square faces. Common salt is an example. Have you looked closely any NaCl crystal?


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    I have a huge block of pyrite on my desk made of lots and lots of natural little squares!
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    Thank you for all your replies. Crystals and bacteria seems such a little to be squared.
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