Outta the way Sarah, quit trying to steal our fame and data! At Windy Point, we observed busted up zig-zag chatter marks. We also observed hoodoos which were formed by weathering. Wind, water, and ice = super awesome!
Phil lining up researchers for certain doom! This is our geology overlord. While explaining divergent plate boundaries and paleomagnetism, our overlord used volunteers to give a visual explanation of how new crust forms. gneiss….
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