Thursday Travels: Fly Geyser, Tech Comments Annotated, Ten Science Questions Answered, and Random Facts

I didn’t get this posted yesterday for Wednesday Wanderings. It was a day of being behind my personal schedule, because of Life. Spent the morning out getting stuff that needed to be done taken care of, and the afternoon trying to catch up. So, we will make it Thursday Travels through the internets today, okay?

This man-made geyser on a ranch in Nevada is pretty darn cool. The water is hot and the colors are caused by geothermic algae that thrive in the mineral rich, hot water. It is on private property, but tours are sometimes available:

Fly Geyser

This is quite funny, mainly for the annotations she has added. I think most women, whatever their profession, have probably heard variations of at least some of these:

Comments Annotated

The next time one of your kids asks you why the sky is blue, you will know the answer. That, and ten other science questions answered here:

Ten Science Questions Answered

Let’s close with a list of completely random, useless facts:

Random Facts

(Photo by Ken Lund On Wikipedia, from


Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

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