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Our Solar System is thought to have formed from a cloud of dust and gas called the Solar Nebula that collapsed under its own gravity about 4 and a half billion years ago. In order to understand exactly how the … Continue reading →
Early on in the Covid-19 pandemic, it occurred to me that the nationwide disease outbreak was exactly like what most of us call “natural disasters” — floods, droughts, heat waves, wildfires, hurricanes, landslides, earthquakes of course, and [...]
Today’s list is again very long. It contains a lot of really cool stuff from Central Europe and the Alps, and many interesting studies from China and Central Asia. Connoisseurs of American tectonics will also be happy I promise. Plus, quite a [...]
Das aktuelle Erdbeben-Update steht wieder im Zeichen des Geschehens auf Island. Aber auch Anderswo bebte die Erde, z.b. in Vanuatu und Italien.
The post Erdbeben-Update 01.03.21: Island first appeared on Vulkane Net
My next Drunk on Geology is for the Tectonic Event Imperial IPA by Great Basin Brewing Company, makers of the also geologically themed beer Ichthyosaur "Icky" IPA.
What is a "Tectonic Event"? Lets look at some of the definitions of the [...]
Sellés et al. (2021) descrivono un metatarsale parziale dal Maastrichtiano terminale della Spagna, ed istituiscono un nuovo theropode, Tamarro insperatus. Il nome del genere è un riferimento al folklore catalano, ma in italiano ha ben altro [...]
My young-Earth creationist (YEC) friends often have misconceptions about how old-Earth Christians (OECs) such as myself interpret the book of Genesis. Sometimes they are simply a bit bewildered, wondering how any Christian could interpret Genesis in [...]