#NSFW geology

Come on. Say it. You know you want to say it. I have the same question: How? The answer, my friends, is blowing in the wind. Seriously, I mean it. 😉 By the way, to those of you visiting Andøya a lot, you can find this rock formation in the mountains enclosing the HQ of […]

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Stones and fluids

If you have followed my writings for a while, you probably know that one can use fluid equations to describe the movement of mountains on geological timescales. If you haven’t, then yes, I just wrote that. However, the fluid model loses its usefulness when we want to look at stones falling down the mountainside and […]

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Know Earth: Richness of desolation

Honestly, Namibia is such a photogenic place from above, it’s unreal. Now, of course, being down there in the middle of the Kalahari… Still, this is planet Earth at its most beautiful. I love how satellite imaging both in true and false colour can provide so much information. Amongst other things you can find “fossilized […]

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