QT Yellowstone Caldera (the eruptions of which can be violent enough to send a layer of ash six feet deep as far away as Chicago and which erupts every 600,000 or so years and last erupted 640,000 years ago) update
News Headline: “Earthquakes shake Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano.”
This should be watched closely.
The volcano has been known to explode with 20 times force of Mount St. Helens.
Which was. . . about 1/1,000th the force of Yellowstone’s last eruption.
So then again, never mind.
News Headline: “Class action against Facebook for privacy violations attracts 60,000 users.”
News Headline: “Iraq crisis: U.N. warns of fresh massacre threat.”
QT sometimes watches the news with its dog.
It is not easy explaining humanity to a dog.
News Headline: “Dramatic downturn in Gulf oyster harvests since BP oil spill.”
News Headline: “Causes of fish lesions ruled out, except for BP oil spill.”
News Headline: “Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival poised for 79th year.”
Well. Maybe with a few minor changes. . . .
News Headline: “Simple fractal branching explains Ediacaran rangeomorphs.”
Tell us something we don’t know.
News Headline: “The lighter side of NFL training camp.”
In other news, with CLXIII days to go until Super Bowl XLIX, it has been reported that at least XXXV players suffered concussions in the first III weeks of NFL preseason practices
News Headline: “Cured Ebola patient before leaving hospital: ‘God saved my life.’ ”
As to responsibility for the existence of the Ebola virus in the first place, God could be seen off in a corner, whistling quietly to Himself.
News Headline: “Chicago newsstands to be converted to food kiosks.”
As we continue finding new ways to read less and eat more.