Wyoming has a nice new hole in it after landslide


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#2

That looks to be just from a hill further away (you can see some shrubbery in the foreground), as opposed to from the sky.


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Well that’ll definitely be the end of that, then…/s


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Experts!

Pffft

What do they know?!


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When I read the headlines, I thought: "I need to look up whether there’s fraking going on in Wyoming. When I read the body of the article, I thought: “…pretty good guess…”


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I haven’t seen anything (yet) which would point to fracking. It’s in a mountain range, which by definition is not where fracking is done.

We do a lot of dangerous things to our environment, but Mother Nature is perfectly capable of doing it to us, as well.

If anything, I wonder about depleted water tables.


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Wasn’t there a crappy disaster movie that started this way? And the mega-volcano ends up devouring California?


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Volcano.

And a fine movie it is, too.


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I’m sure the Young Earth loonies won’t have anything to say about this in comparison to the Grand Canyon.


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My guess was “…something, something, water!..”


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A new hole? OK men, you know what we got to do…


#13

a wet spring lubricated across a cap rock. Then, a small spring on either side caused the bottom to slide out.

We’ve all been there, amiright?


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This is a phenomenal event for those who love to make ‘your mama’ jokes


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