Antarctica's Blood Falls mapped and analyzed a century after discovery


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/04/26/antarcticas-blood-falls-mapp.html


#2

“You’re looking for Blood Falls? Just head over that way, and turn left at the Mountains of Madness.”


#3

Does it bestow immortality (and a thirst for blood)?

I expects immortality.


#4

I guess it won’t be there forever.


#5

How very Wozzeck


#6

An inspiration for the aftermath of NGE’s 2nd Impact?


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There is one blood river in Spain, at southwest, in Andalucía. It’s called Río Tinto. http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/espana-directo/espana-directo-aguas-rojas-rio-tinto/876959/


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Note to Americans. The “c” in Antarctica is not silent. (And there’s only one “a” in triathlete)


#9

Vampire’s love that place.


#10

0/10 travel destination. Euphoria gave way to disappointment when I discovered the falls were not actual blood.


#11

The bottled water industry is missing an opportunity.


#12

You hear that, mister president? That’s the earth bleeding out of her whatever.


#13

(clearing throat, dusting off puns…)

Don’t taste me, bro!

Brad The Impaler.

From Dunst Till Dawn.


#14

Is today goth day at Boing Boing…

I mean, it is a Thursday!


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