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Dead Sea salt cubes

Dead Sea salt cubes

(1:20) Naturally forming salt cubes found on the shores of the Dead Sea, which at 427 metres below sea level, is the Earth's lowest point on land.

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Guest: twisted (1241 days ago)

Salt crystals grow in water with salinaty of about 17% but nothing else does

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Salt crystals grow in water with salinaty of about 17% but nothing else does

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Guest: LondonBoy (1240 days ago)

A handful of cubes dispersed here and there does not make it true!

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A handful of cubes dispersed here and there does not make it true!

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cengland0 cengland0 (1240 days ago)
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Maybe not but microscopic view of salt with an electron microscope does show it's true. LINK

Also, the cubic crystal system is common and can easily be found in nature. LINK

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Maybe not but microscopic view of salt with an electron microscope does show it's true. LINK

Also, the cubic crystal system is common and can easily be found in nature. LINK

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