The extremely occasional blog of Colleen Lindsay, professional nerd, cat herder, publishing optimist, and sartorial tragedy.
Um. Wow.That's all I've got to say on that.
If we lived long enough lives and had limited movement, we could die from subduction. As it is, we'll have to put up with those boring causes of death like being trampled by elephants or eaten alive by the Swedish.Sex Mahoney for President
I vote we all sew up our back-passages!Haste yee back ;-)
Maybe Wall Street could recover by selling beach front property in the Ethiopian desert. Now is the time to buy! Interest rates have never been lower!
that's kind of cool and scary. I studied geology in college. It was fun! (I failed, though)
wait a minute... the article was written in 2005, so you're 3 years too late in posting o_OI wonder how it looks now?
HA HA HA!I just saw that. Well, hell! That rift could be 200 miles long by now!!!
Didn't something similar happen in Texas?Why, yes it did, and now it's a tourist attraction.http://blazingindiscretions.blogspot.com/2007/10/new-central-texas-gorge-open-to-public.html
At least they aren't blaming the methane on the cows anymore.
Not that many people seem to have heard of methane hydrate and the potential danger of the permafrost melting. Both of these articles are fascinating, so thanks for sharing!
There are huge deposits of Methane under the Ocean's floor and they're very concentrated...Ain't seen nothin' yet, wait 'till ole Mother Nature farts in the bath tub!Haste yee back ;-)
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