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MadeInTelugu Aug 16
What If we throw trash from dump yard into Check this video.
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geotecnia.ONLINE 3h
raspishake: The Andes in South America, is among the world's longest ranges. Its varied terrain encompasses , , grassland, , & . Lying on the equator itself is home to some captivating
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Danielle Koebli 5h
New school year has, so far I have gotten my students to laugh at me for my dry geology jokes. Let’s see if this continues :D in other news... I finally got access to alpha melts *cracks knuckles* let’s see how this baby goes!
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Andrew Cox 20h
Our violent planet! UNDERWATER VOLCANIC ERUPTION, 4 MONTHS OF RAIN IN 90 MINUTES, DEAD ZONE IN CHESAPEAKE BAY
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IslandBucketListTours Aug 16
Island Bucket List Tours partners with the best in the business to bring you a one stop adventure experience! #YOLO# nature #adventuretours#Hiking #excursions#rainforest
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THE RNA NEWS MY Aug 17
It's known as the Piton de la Fournaise, or the Peak of the Furnace.⁠ ⁠ The volcano erupted this week on the Indian Ocean island of Réunion. ⁠ ⁠ This is the fourth such occurrence at the site in 2019.⁠ ⁠ Credit: Richard Bouhet/AFP/Getty Images
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Jason loxton Aug 20
Normally basaltic don't explosively erupt. Add water to the mix, and the equation can change catastrophically.
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Jazmin Scarlett Jun 10
Quite enjoyed it yesterday. Apparently I’m a natural speaker and storyteller?! Of course though the chronic fatigue and introvert-ness caught up really quickly so didn’t stick round long to socialise. I hope I get another opportunity one day 😊
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JustV23 Jul 25
Some of my old paintings of .
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Katrin Kleemann Jun 8
On this day in 1783, the Laki Fissure in Iceland started to erupt! The eruption continued for another eight months and released an exceptional volume of lava and large amounts of gas causing the dry fog of 1783. 🇮🇸🌋
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Editor on eTN Aug 18
EQAlerts: RT volcanodiscover: at p.24h: , , …
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Geography made easy Jun 27
Not all are the same ... nor are they made equal. This explain the basic 7 different types of volcano their activity and their shape
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The Flat and Motionless Earth Jul 4
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Rodney Howard-Browne May 30
Replying to @rhowardbrowne
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Thoughts, mine and others: misha Jul 25
It is claimed by Science ‼️ If all on become inactive and be dormant life forms on Earth will cease to exist ‼️ Question though ❓ Does this include Atoms microbes organisms bacteria ❓...misha 💞
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Flare 11h
There is an extremely high chance of major earthquake activity worldwide anytime now or within the next 5-7 days so far.
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Euan Mutch Jun 25
The research highlight of our recent article:
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EGU GMPV Division Aug 20
TODAY GMPV poster highlights: Eleanor Mare of - using NMR and Raman to figure out how much nitrogen is released from 🌋 with implication for the deep nitrogen cycle 🔄
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Liam Lahey Aug 14
Now this is something:
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Science Magazine Jul 22
Deep within the , near the boundary between the crust and mantle, the primary that supplies is stored for hundreds to thousands of years before making its way towards the surface, according to a new Science study. ($)
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