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Back Yard Geology: Crinoid Stems

There are crinoid stems everywhere; they were once so prolific they covered the bottom of the sea like a crop of wheat! The Midwest was once part of a great prehistoric sea, and where there is a sea, there are sea creatures. Where there WAS…

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…
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The Work of Scientists: Reasons to Read and Write

By Becky Spence - This Reading Mama Real scientists read the newest research to keep up with the latest trends. Real scientists write their hypotheses, observations, and ultimately their findings in research journals and articles. Real life…