3 edition of Snowflakes and earthquakes found in the catalog.
Snowflakes and earthquakes
1974 by Branch-Smith, Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
My last post was about the Chile megathrust earthquake, and how much energy it released (about 1/3 of all seismic energy on earth over the last years). I used data from USGS on all earthquakes greater than magnitude 6 from Since I had this nice dataset (ab quakes), I could not resist playing around in CartoDB to make some . Snowflakes are magnitudes of order more complex and not explained by "simple"* attraction of water molecules. The relation to cymatics above is also interesting. I am sure many here recall the experiments with water being vibrated into certain geometric patterns. We're sharing a new episode from one of our favorite podcasts, Circle Round. Jane Lindholm co-stars with Molly Bloom (Brains On!, Smash Boom Best) as twin sisters who reap what they sow in this story with origins in Korea, Tibet, Japan and China. 3f3db0ceaafe28 full no no Fri, 01 May Vermont Public Radio Science, Nature, .
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Three thousand miles. Seventeen cups of coffee. Four time zones. Nine refuels. Thirteen states. Winter to not winter. Atlantic to Pacific.
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These and other storms are followed by two major apocalyptic earthquakes, one sinking most of the Pacific coast states and the other wreaking havoc in the Midwestern states and putting most of Texas underwater. Transportation and communication comes to a halt.
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