When you’re driving through the desert in Arizona and you see a sign that says “Meteor Crater”, you follow it. Imagine a cooler, damper time in Arizona’s ancient history, 50,000 years ago, with woolly mammoths and giant ground sloths living in the area. Now imagine a meteorite 50 m across slamming into this spot. Fast forward … Continue reading Meteor Crater, AZ
On Mount Vesuvius, the volcano that erupted 2000 years ago burying Pompeii and its citizens alive.