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March 2011

Urban Geology

For billions of years Earth went fairly undisturbed in its natural, non-biological processes. First an active volcanic planet spewed out volcanic rocks, over time sedimentary rocks made their introduction along with the metamorphic. The Earth's geologic creations determined the terrain of our lands, controlling erosion simply by the contrast of resistant and non-resistant formations. The...more
March 28th, 2011 | No Comments

The Scientific Staircase

The education of our earliest years is introduced to us in the most basic of understanding, so much that we are actually lied to in the beginning. As children we are told babies are delivered by storks, and if you make that face too long it will stay like that. In kindergarten we are taught...more
March 18th, 2011 | No Comments