By namehere34 - 29/12/2009 19:10 - United States
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Well, now you can sell it to pay for a new window. problem solved!
its all carbon anyway. you can manufacture much better diamonds than you can find naturally occurring because you can control the entire process unlike in nature where its random (and no one has to suffer and die to manufacture them). lol you can even make diamonds out of dead people's remains/ashes, there's even a company offering such service
...How is this a FML? Who cares about the window, you found a diamond for fuck's sake!
um... thats not even true. The saying is "Only diamonds can cut diamonds." YDI for being a DI. Glass is just melted sand. You can scratch glass with a rock.
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#5 good point. I've broken a few windows with rocks before. Don't ask why. The person directly above me, you are one stupid dumbass. Never listen to the TV!!! *Gibbs smack* Also. CSI is one crappy show. You wanna see real, go watch NCIS.
Sorry, but even glass can cut glass, so can anything with a larger number than 7 on Moh's hardness scale. 6 to 7 Glass, Vitreous pure silica 7 Quartz (Crystallized silica) 7 to 7.5 Garnet 7 to 8 Hardened steel 8 Topaz 9 Corundum 10 Diamond >10 Aggregated diamond nanorods
Sighs...you are an idiot. Most minerals can cut glass quite easily. Infact, the crystals used in place of real diamonds are harder than glass so they can cut glass. So the whole "only a real diamond can cut glass" is compelete BS since almost anything can cut glass as long as they are fundamentally have a greater hardness. Heck, I bet your kitchen knife can cut glass if its made with some decent metal. Also, if you really want to prove that the diamond is real. I suggest using that "mineral" you found and scatch it against something gold since gold is fairly hard and even the crystals used to replace a diamond can't scatch gold. Just make sure you aren't using fool's gold.