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Lava quickly cools turns into glass.

Meteor craters are really dried out water geysers? What? Floods from below and above work within that Sumerian structure theory of blue glass. Hahahahaha
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Tallest mountain on earth, Mauna Kea, they are going to build a telescope there or going to blow up the cap?
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A deep-sea mystery has puzzled scientists for more than a decade: What is causing thousands of pockmarks on the seafloor off the coast of Big Sur, California?

Multi-beam surveys revealed approximately 5,000 craters dotting the bottom of the seafloor in what scientists call the largest known pockmark field in North America. The biggest are around 5 meters (16 feet) deep and 175 meters (almost 600 feet) wide. They have been known about for years but Eve Lundsten and Charles Paull from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Insititute (MBARI) found 15,000 micro-depressions to add to the peculiarity. The team presented their work at the American Geophysical Union conference in San Francisco this week.

"We were surprised by the discovery of the existence of the micro-depressions, and also the abundance of them," said Lundsten, a senior research technician, to IFLScience "We didn't know they were there, so their existence was the biggest surprise."


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