||Another intriguing fact: of the 28 stones that are normally regarded as gemstones, only 16 are anisotropic. Since anisotropic behaviour has only been discovered in the last century, the odds of 12 stones picked randomly being in that one group, is 1 in 30 million (according to Woodward 1984).
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