How did people live in such density before sanitation?
says it all…
The video below is drone footage of Rattlesnake Ridge near Yakima, Washington. That’s a big crack in a lot of loose sediment.
Some instructive videos…
Birds are one of the rarest of all fossils. This is pretty awesome!
Wow. If you liked growing crystals for EPS, this guy has a project you might want to try.
I mention this every year when we speak of mass movements in Dynamic Earth. Every year or two a photo online shows up of a giant boulder sitting on a west coast road. There is only one sure way of removing a rock this big, dynamite.
The reason is interesting as well.
This is cool…
OSU Researcher George Poinar discovered an ancient insect, frozen in amber, so unusual that a new order had to be created. This creature has a triangular head that makes it look like ET.
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Wow, very scary. These flows can reach hundreds of degrees, and they’re fast.
This one is from Japan.
Drilling through the Earth’s crust to reach the mantle. Holy….
In the Swiss Alps. Mass Movements!
Interesting. South Dakota is one of my favorite states, and the Black Hills are beautiful.
A not uncommon sight out west. Fun when it happens along the Pacific Coast Highway.
To be used in class Monday…
with Devin Dennie, Ph.D.
I’ve mentioned before in Dynamic Earth about experiments to reactivate dormant genes in chicken embryos. The develop into rather dinosaur-looking creatures. This is pretty solid verification of the theory that birds are a development of dinosaurs.
Huh, never knew this…