I'm a geologist and during my research on glaciers I became interested in history and the development of geological concepts in time.
Botany for paleoartists hummingdinosaur.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/fru…
What remains when we are gone? news.distractify.com/beth-buczynski… #OutofTime
September 21, 1937: The Hobbit is published, features also a geologist pic.twitter.com/suatIXFHPZ
RT @HeidiKayDeidi: "Mary Anning, "The Greatest Fossilist in the World"" good read feedly.com/e/SsFgV3Y9
RT @pompei79: 1000s of images of African prehistoric rock art at your fingertips. Fabulous. britishmuseum.org/research/resea… h/t @lmaccork pic.twitter.com/Vo2KchfpAQ
September 21, 1832: Birthday of Sir Walter Scott, on Whitby and the early history of ammonite studies. wp.me/p3ihHu-RQ #histsci
A map of time & the Time Lords of Geology earth-pages.co.uk/2013/04/16/the…
Deep Time, or Geologists as Time Lords tinyurl.com/66mc9ow #OutofTime
Radiometric dating of earth at beginning 20th century posed a problem - earth was 2x times older than supposed age of universe...
William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin - calculated the age of the earth .. and got it so wrong tinyurl.com/plhlvsy #OutofTime
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