Monday, September 22, 2008

And Even Another GeoBlog

Here's another geoblog, written by a self-described "geology person" - whose main interest, according to his profile, is rocks.

The blog is Outside The Interzone, by Lockwood. In one post, while speaking about Deep Time (geologic time), he says:
As a geology person, one learns, in a symbolic way at least, to contemplate the world from completely different time scales. Mostly longer and slower, but sometimes, as with volcanic explosions, meteorites and other fast, energetic events, you need to be able to consider the world on time scales shorter and faster than human experience can really register. It's a joy of the discipline, to look for consistency across scales of time and space, that most people never have the opportunity to perceive- to their great loss.
Check it out!

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