By namehere34 - / Tuesday 29 December 2010 19:10 / United States
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  dramatay  |  5

That is my favorite line from a movie ever. But yeah if the diamond is real then I don't see the FML. You found a diamond for the price of a little scratch on some glass. That would be worth it for me.

  a1s  |  5

Op realized that he is an idiot who just ruined a window for nothing. many fake diamonds cut glass. pretty much all of the common diamond faking materials do.

  grv_fml  |  6

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

  harmony88  |  6

Nobody has to suffer and die to *manufacture* the diamond.... if it's natural, that took place well before humans were around to do the suffering and dying. But agreed, blood diamonds suck.

  race_canyon  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  Tigg3r  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  Malinkrot  |  5

A TV show is bad because it makes up things (not directed at comment above me but at the person who said NCIS was better because its "real")? That eliminates 80% of all television...

  CyanPile  |  5

Actually you're wrong. On the Mohs hardness scale, a scale testing the hardness of minerals, Glass is 5.5 and diamond is 10. Only mineral with a higher hardness than glass can scratch glass. GET SCIENCED BITCH

By  deloria_fml  |  38

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

By  vampy1  |  6

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.

  someguy945  |  6

gold comes in many different forms (14k, 18k, etc) of varying hardness. pure gold is so soft that if you put someone in a pure gold jail cell, they could bend the bars and walk out.

  kryptonn  |  6

Sigh, you are more of an idiot. You have obviously never dealt with gold, it is actually relatively soft. It is only about 3 on the Moh's hardness scale, that is why it is so malleable and easy to shape. Next time you call someone an idiot, check your facts retard.

  GreenReaper  |  6

Pure gold is ridiculously soft. You can very easily scratch gold. Try Ruby or Sapphire for something hard. They are extremely hard, much more than most gems.

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