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Some ammonites of the Lower and Middle Lias, modified after Arkell (1933)

Some ammonites of the Lower and Middle Lias, modified after Arkell (1933)

When Lightning Strikes Sand. Fulgurites (Latin, meaning "thunderbolt")  Sometimes referred to as petrified lightning, they are natural hollow glass tubes formed by lightning strikes in quartzose sand, silica, or soil. (Wikipedpia)

When Lightning Strikes Sand

When Lightning Strikes Sand. Fulgurites (Latin, meaning "thunderbolt") Sometimes referred to as petrified lightning, they are natural hollow glass tubes formed by lightning strikes in quartzose sand, silica, or soil. (Wikipedpia)

Sand struck by lightning. Lightning travels up not down. This is a glass tube now.

Sand struck by lightning. Lightning travels up not down. This is a glass tube now.

Moon forms extra Olympic Ring at Tower Bridge #London2012  I will go to the Olympics when I win the Lottery RIO2016

Full moon forms sixth Olympic Ring in spectacular snap

Moon forms extra Olympic Ring at Tower Bridge #London2012 I will go to the Olympics when I win the Lottery RIO2016

Like little nebulas inside each compartment- the idea that a little universe can exist in such a tiny space

Like little nebulas inside each compartment- the idea that a little universe can exist in such a tiny space

Alicia Bock Photography: New Photographs - Carousels and Carnivals

Alicia Bock Photography: New Photographs - Carousels and Carnivals

In 1811, Lyme Regis fossil hunter Mary Anning - aged just 12 - and her older brother Joseph unearthed the 2m (6.5ft) long skull of an ichthyosaur.  Anning spent a year extracting the dinosaur fossil from 205 million-year-old Blue Lias cliffs on the beach.  It remains one of the most famous geological finds on the Jurassic Coast, yet Anning was never credited as a scientist. It was believed that as a baby , Mary escaped death when lightning struck, killing the woman who held her and two…

In 1811, Lyme Regis fossil hunter Mary Anning - aged just 12 - and her older brother Joseph unearthed the 2m (6.5ft) long skull of an ichthyosaur. Anning spent a year extracting the dinosaur fossil from 205 million-year-old Blue Lias cliffs on the beach. It remains one of the most famous geological finds on the Jurassic Coast, yet Anning was never credited as a scientist. It was believed that as a baby , Mary escaped death when lightning struck, killing the woman who held her and two…

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