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Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes Book

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The Science Behind Sinkholes

By Blog Editor Susan Wells Jeff Bush, 36, was killed last Thursday when a sinkhole opened up under his house and engulfed him and his bedroom in Seffner, Florida. Authorities began demolishing the house to get a look at the sinkhole. The house itself was too unstable to enter. Crews worked carefully to save some of Bush's belongings while also figuring out how [...]