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    If a new dome/hill/large bump starts forming amoung the mud pots, with increased tectonic activity, I will take heed, and be on full alert. This would be a major global game changer, not just a local inconvenience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GR82BPREPD View Post
    Hmmmm... Double post. How did that happen?
    Harmonic vibrations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GR82BPREPD View Post
    Hmmmm... Double post. How did that happen?
    Happens to me time to time too. I can blame it on "senior moments", (I'm 74 years young). Don't know what you "young'uns" can contribute it to. (Heh, heh)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KINGCHIP View Post
    I'll never complete, but have been stagnant at about 85 hours toward an Earth Science degree, I had not declared but was wanting Geology. A favorite prof on mine was Indian and basically a retired volcanologist. His favorite quote was, "There are old volcanologist, and there are bold volcanologist, but there are no old, bold volcanologist."
    I started my degree, when I was 60. Did it to keep my mind alive. I have a Masters in Computer Science as well, and I am doing some work in robotics to improve their capabilities to explore VERY dangerous areas. Right now, using robots to collect data is like looking through a soda straw at Yosemite valley. What you see is pretty, but there is so much more out there. I'd like to widen the view a bit.
    We learn from history that we do not learn from history. Georg Wilhelm F. Hegel

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    Quote Originally Posted by GR82BPREPD View Post
    I started my degree, when I was 60. Did it to keep my mind alive. I have a Masters in Computer Science as well, and I am doing some work in robotics to improve their capabilities to explore VERY dangerous areas. Right now, using robots to collect data is like looking through a soda straw at Yosemite valley. What you see is pretty, but there is so much more out there. I'd like to widen the view a bit.
    Same with degree here, but LOL
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