I actually had time to catch up on a little reading today. Even updated me blogroll to include some of the geology blogs I've gotten addicted to recently. I'm a little distracted just now with terminal PMS and Rocko's Modern Life, so now's a good time to share some finds.
Brian Romans at Clastic Detritus made me drool with this Friday Field Foto.
More drooling: Dan McShane shares Notes from the Metaline Formation. Old, pretty rocks; lovely water. Mmm!
And Callan Bentley's guest blogger Filip Goc is responsible for some severe water damage to mah domicile - drooling turned to a gusher when I saw this post on the rocks of Glacier National Park. Bonus drool: tension gash (which is a lot prettier than it looks).
Lockwood found a box of crayons I dearly wish I'd had as a kid - oh, hell, I'd like them now.
I know most of you have seen this by now, but for those who haven't: Chris Rowan's excellent exploration of what lies beneath Yellowstone.
Courtesy of Ron's Geology Picks, a fascinating new look at plate tectonics.
In non-geo news, Orac explains what happens to herd immunity when the herd refuses vaccination, and lays the smackdown on bogus vaccine ingredient calculators.
For the one of you who doesn't read Pharyngula, PZ explains the importance of being a dick.
And Cujo's right when he says it's time for our better selves to show up - which has nothing to do with DBAD and everything to do with the horrific suffering in Pakistan.
We like to end with sunsets whenever possible, and thanks to Suzanne, we've got a beaut. Go feast your eyes.
I know I'm missing some stuff. However, my brain has been fried by hot flashes, and it's time to crawl into bed with me oceanography textbook (yes, I read textbooks for pleasure). Let me know what I've missed!