>Why do you keep babbling on about scratching things..??
>Constantly deflecting again. in an attempt to undermine Chris
>I was under the impression that we were discussing the validity
>of planar surface measurement methods.
You're the one going on about the quality of the engineering experience........ now you don't like it when other less inspiring examples involving granite claims are pointed out.
>The chromium mirror was plated onto glass, both reflective and
Wow..... so your chromium mirror is less flat than a just mirror-like polished granodiorite surface from ancient Egypt, which is not actually a mirror thus the repeated use of the term "mirror-like". So did you notice any internal reflection in your mirror because it's seemingly missing in the claimed measurements of the granodiorite even though it's made with medium to coarse-grained transparent quartz grains and medium to coarse-grained translucent feldspar grains that are polished to a mirror-like consistency allowing the light that does not reflect off to penetrate into the rocks surface and reflect around?
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