An iceberg's underbelly


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#2

It’s called teal, Alex. A perfectly ordinary Earth colour. Nothing alien about it. Someone I know even painted their house teal. Heck, boingboing seems to be taken over by teal-ish (cyan, really) text and ‘Reply’ buttons.

Mind you, you may be more familiar with parked spacecraft than with icebergs, so all it forgiven.


#3

So long as you’ve identified it correctly. If it’s a hooloovoo it might be quite upset at that description.


#4

It looks like the Fortress of Solitude.


#5

“Underbelly,” you say.

I have a feeling this is just the tit of the iceberg.


#6

Gimme a whack at that thing: I bet I could carve off a few chunks of some pretty good meth…


#7

I reckon most of that snow was laid down around the time we grasped bronze, and so it fell in world other than the one we are in today.


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Some Rosaceae emit an electromagnetic frequency visible to the human eye at of approximately 400+ THz,
Some Violaceae emit an electromagnetic frequency visible to the human eye at approximately 600+ THz,
Sucrose stimulates a few specific heptahelical receptors on a human tounge,
And hyperbole for the sake of poetic discourse when relating physical phenomena to other humans should not disconcert.


#9

Emit, or reflect?

There are a few glowing plants out there but none I am aware of is from either genus. :stuck_out_tongue:


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