Does limestone work for you geologists?
-----Original Message----- From: Stewart Stansfield [mailto:stu_stansfield_at_...] Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 11:34 AM To: whitewall_at_yahoogroups.com Subject: Re: A Stab at the Geology Jeff:Hurricane!
> It *looks* right (and having been there, it feels right).
> that Whitewall might also be a place where Helemakt beat off
> invading seas.
> What kind of rock is the Acrocorinth anyways?
Limestone (he says, having just Googled). Sadly, from a photo or a distance one big grey lump of rock often looks like another big grey lump of rock. Geologists can be very cagey about this thing, as many things look alike from a distance, and they have a fragile ego. They'll have their and lenses up close to a sample for ten minutes and still not give you an answer. If you're ever on an excursion, and a geologist says from a great distance, hey, look at that XXXXX, he's either been there previously or read the guidebook the night before. Most of us spend great time practising disguising our WTF is this stance... :) Stu The New World Is Born On the Walls On Whitewall. Come the
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