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... there were hundreds of billions of trees, entombed in the Earth - buried forests, all over the Earth. Volcanic activity then spewed out as much as 2.7 million square miles of lava - an area nearly as large as Australia igniting the coal and unleashing its carbon content into the atmosphere.
The hither and fro of mass extinction events and amazing changes in the CO2 levels continues.
During the Triassic Period (252-208 MYA) (when dinosaurs ...
... Amphitheater, which was very white! Because of the recent rain, there were lots of small pools of water with weird creatures scuttling about in them, which we found out were Fairy Shrimp. Another benefit of the unusually high amount of rain this summer was that there were many ...
... City, Utah, it is a side trip worth taking, and the Park Ranger gives an excellent and informative presentation.
City of Rocks National Reserve, Almo, Idaho is an interesting geologic feature located in South Central Idaho, just north of the Utah border. It is a haven for rock climbing enthusiasts, from the novice to the expert, and the area provides one of the highest quality granite face climbing areas in the ...
- Stephen Covey (B.S. 1952), author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Habit #1: Be Proactive (i.e., hop on a Harley and ride the Rockies).
- Karl Rove (non-graduate alumnus), senior advisor and deputy chief of staff in the George W. Bush administration.
- Thomas S. Monson (B.S., 1948), President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. With a worldwide ...
... and the sky had white fluffy clouds, adding to the picture.
We parked at the colony, and walked around. There are artists' co-ops as well as individual studios/galleries. There was the full range of artistic expression, from oils to metal to pottery. The artists in the galleries are well known and the prices were indicative of that fact. There are lots of benches and chairs to sit on under the shade of trees and just enjoy the ...