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Separated at birth. Left: Apatosaurus lousiae holotype CM 2018, cast skull associated with specimen. Right: Matt Wedel. Scientists have long wondered how such a bloated beast could etc.
I like this a lot better than the Pixel Book. It breaks apart into a very nice tablet, and the keyboard is good, with a large touchpad.
This was my answer to someone who had to send back her corporate laptop when she became decorporated. [...]
Left to right: Allosaurus fragilis, Apatosaurus louisae, Homo sapiens, Diplodocus carnegii.
Bims ist ein weißes, vulkanisches Gestein (Pyroklastit). Bims entsteht aus gasreichen Magmen, die explosiv gefördert werden. Aufgrund ihres hohen Porenvolumens schwimmen Bimssteine häufig. Bims wird industriell genutzt. Ein bekanntes Vorkommen [...]
Today is the anniversary of the catastrophic great Tohoku Japan earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. While I am not an expert of subduction systems nor tsunamigenesis, I was of course interested in the event and prepared some lectures about [...]
GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2019-03-11 12:47:25]
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The winter season is a good time to take advantage of cold weather activities, whether that’s hitting the ski slopes or warming up by a fire, but for Renato R. Colucci, it’s also one of the best time’s to study the Earth’s underground [...]
Umsatz am oberen Ende der erhöhten Prognose, EBITDA darüber Mannheim. Der Deutsche Rohstoff Konzern hat im Geschäftsjahr 2018 einen Umsatz
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Several of us are off at the end of this week to the 50th LPSC conference in Houston Texas. This meeting will celebrate 50 years since the Apollo 11 mission returned samples from the Moon, along with research being presented … Continue reading →