Github user sethah commented on the issue:
    The cases you enumerated are the ones I was thinking of. The changes 
introduced here would alleviate those problems, I agree. What I'm wondering is 
if this problem still exists in other cases. If Derrick had 1.3M data points 
and asked for 10k clusters, and got only 1k unique cluster centers, why did it 
happen? Is it common/possible for clusters that start in different locations to 
converge to the same point? I'd be interested to replicate this issue, not sure 
if I will have the time.
    Also, I'm slightly inclined to match scikit or R unless we're certain of a 
clear benefit not to.

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