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Earth's Mantle Affects Long-Term Sea-Level Rise Estimates | #Geology #GeologyPage From Virginia to Florida, there is a prehistoric shoreline that, in some parts, rests more than 280 feet above modern sea level. The shoreline was carved by waves more than 3 million years ago -- possible evidence of a once higher sea level, triggered by ice-sheet melting. Read more: http://www.geologypage.com/2013/05/earths-mantle-affects-long-term-sea.html *Photo : The East Coast shoreline, also known as the Orangeburg Scarp, as it may have appeared 3 million years ago. (Credit: Image courtesy of Syracuse University) Geology www.geologypage.com

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How Giant Black Holes Spin: New Twist Revealed

A newly discovered way to determine the spin of monster black holes could help shed light on the evolution of these bizarre objects and the galaxies …

Black Holes

What is a Salt Glacier? A moving river of crystalline salt.

<b>Dacite</b> - a light-colored extrusive igneous rock intermediate between rhyolite and andesite.<p><b>Kick 'em Jenny</b> is a submarine volcano and one of the most …

NASA Launches Three Military Drones Into An Active Volcano

The drones flew above a volcano's crater and into its toxic plume.<p>Even from high above, volcanoes are difficult to study, because they blow out ash and nasty chemicals that can harm airplane engines. But careful monitoring of volcano behavior can improve computer models that explain how they work, …

North America Geologic History Revised In New 'Subduction Zone' Study

By: Becky Oskin, OurAmazingPlanet Staff Writer<p>Published: 04/03/2013 02:18 PM EDT on LiveScience<p>It's time to redraw the map of the world during the reign of the dinosaurs, two scientists say.<p>Picture the U.S. West Coast as a tortured tectonic boundary, similar to Australia and Southeast Asia today. …

Two Financial Advisors Explain Why Their Business Doubled After They Left Merrill Lynch

<b>How One Advisor Team Abandoned Merrill Lynch For HighTower And Saw It's Business Double</b><b>(WealthManagement.com)</b><p>After 20 years at Merrill Lynch, Paul Pagnato and David Karp jumped to HighTower Advisors. Since then the Pagnato-Karp Group, as the team is known, has grown from $1 billion in assets and 11 …