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The Flannelcasters talk about the Well of Hell in Yemen, and some other notable sinkholes around the world. Links: Cavers discover snakes and waterfalls inside Yemen's infamous 'Well of Hell' in world-first descent Cavers descend into Yemen's 'Well of Hell' for first time This Hellish Desert Pit Has Been On Fire for More Than 40 Years Podcast Episo…
 
This week the Flannelcasters talk about the Kola Superdeep Borehole - the deepest borehole ever drilled by humans, extended nearly 12 km below the surface of the Earth. Links: Ask Smithsonian: What’s the Deepest Hole Ever Dug? The deepest hole we have ever dug How Deep Is the Deepest Hole in the World? Underground unearthly: What the world's deepes…
 
The Flannelcasters talk about extraterrestrial plutonium in the ocean, Darwin’s Arch in the Galapagos Islands falling down, and ghost forests releasing greenhouse gasses. Links: Extraterrestrial Plutonium Atoms Turn Up on Ocean Bottom Galapagos rock formation Darwin's Arch has collapsed ‘Tree Farts’ Increase Carbon Emissions in Ghost Forests Podcas…
 
The Flannelcasters talk about a possible ocean in early Earth history that covered the globe, newly discovered ways that humans are affecting relative sea-level rise, and how the oldest meteorite ever discovered is pretty unique. Links: Ancient Earth Really Was a Serene Water World, New Evidence Confirms Sea-Level Rise Affects Coastal Areas 4 Times…
 
The Flannelcasters talk about the recent winter storm in Texas, it’s effects on the power grid, and how it relates to weather and climate change. Links: Texplainer: Why does Texas have its own power grid? Texas largely relies on natural gas for power. It wasn’t ready for the extreme cold. No, frozen wind turbines aren’t the main culprit for Texas’ …
 
This week the Flannelcasters cover to topic of sandstone - what they are, how they form, and the different types. Links Mentioned in the Podcast: Glacier Bursts in India, Leaving More Than 100 Missing in Floods The Blood Harvest - Each year, half a million horseshoe crabs are captured and bled alive to create an unparalleled biomedical technology. …
 
The Flannelcasters talk about how the early Earth was so warm while the early sun was colder than today, tsunamis in Israel and Alaska, and early humans controlling fire. Links: Chance played a role in determining whether Earth stayed habitable Croatia Earthquake Video Evidence for a massive paleo-tsunami at ancient Tel Dor, Israel 1958 Lituya Bay,…
 
The Flannelcasters talk about a new study suggesting that early humans may have hibernated, another study that pushes back the date when early humans arrived in North America, how methane releases in the Arctic Ocean are affected by tides, and salt mines in Louisiana. Links: 1 miner dead, 1 still missing after roof collapse at Cargill salt mine in …
 
This week the boys talk about a meteorite that is older than our solar system, a new official elevation of Mt. Everest, and an announcement about aliens. Links: 10 awesome science discoveries you may have missed in 2020 Mount Everest Has Officially Grown Taller in 2020 Former Israeli space security chief says extraterrestrials exist, and Trump know…
 
In this installment of the Geology Flannelcast, the guys talk about the discovery of a new mineral in a volcanic setting, erosion and uplift in the Alps, and how the early continents formed. Links: Huge Puerto Rico radio telescope, already damaged, collapses Video of Arecibo collapsing The Swiss Alps continue to rise: Evidence from cosmic rays show…
 
In this installment of the Geology Flannelcast, the boys talk about some current events in the geology world. They cover a mysterious monolith found in the Utah desert, what life may have been like for the last dinosaurs, a new way to make synthetic diamonds, and a new Precambrian death assemblage discovered in Greenland. Additionally, the Flannelc…
 
In this episode of the Flannelcast, the guys answer your listener questions. They cover topics like Mary Anning, mysterious seismic pulses, what killed the dinosaurs, and water trapped in minerals. Links: Mary Anning Earth Keeps Pulsating Every 26 Seconds. No One Knows Why. The Hunt for Earth’s Deep Hidden Oceans Podcast Episodes RSS…
 
In this episode of the Geology Flannelcast, we talk about early Hominid tools in the geologic record, how 2020 is the most active hurricane season on record, and some cooking tips in National Parks. Links: Tropical storms can sometimes ‘supercharge’ the storms that follow Hurricanes are lasting longer, staying stronger, over land To Adapt to a Chan…
 
In this installment of the Geology Flannelcast, the boys talk about how drones are being used to collect samples from active volcanoes, a high-resolution reconstruction of a dinosaur brain, and asteroids that are very similar to the make up of the moon. Links: Drones are flying straight into volcanoes, for life-saving science Researchers reconstruc…
 
In this episode of the Geology Flannelcast, the boys talk about the father of modern geology - James Hutton. Hutton was one of the OG geologists back in the late 18th century and developed the concept of uniformitarianism. Also, the guys talk about some stories in the news like low background steel, a asteroid that ended up being an old rock booste…
 
In this week's episode, the Flannelcasters talk about NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission landing on an asteroid, imaging the Resurrection Plate under North America, and some new evidence suggesting that volcanic activity caused the Permian-Triassic Mass Extinction Event. Links: OSIRIS-REx Cosmic Particles Provide Clues About How Rain Moves Mountains Deep ma…
 
In this episode, the Flannelcasters talk about the formation of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California and the Alps in Europe. Links: Sierra Nevadas Formed in a “Geologic Instant” – Geologists Raise the Speed Limit for How Fast Continental Crust Can Form Textbooks and Geoscientists May Be Wrong About How the Alps Were Formed Podcast Episode…
 
This week, the Flannelcasters talk about victims of Mt. Vesuvius, more habitable planets than the Earth, and how wildfires contaminate groundwater. Links: Venus might be habitable today, if not for Jupiter After Wildfires Stop Burning, a Danger in the Drinking Water Scientists find promising 'superhabitable' planets that may be 'better' than Earth …
 
The Flannelcasters take on a bunch of topics this week from buried liquid water lakes on Mars to a newly discovered mass extinction event. Links: Buried lakes of liquid water discovered on Mars Second alignment plane of solar system discovered Coldest Northern Hemisphere temperature officially confirmed Discovery of a New Mass Extinction – Carnian …
 
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