1. Thomas Winwood says

    Schist, I had a really good avalanche of puns ready, but I accidentally blanked the scree and forgot it. I guess I take my humour for granite.

  2. Holbach says

    Marshall Nelson @ 8

    Here we are marvelling at natural geology, and you have to intrude with that insane pap from Harvey.
    For the cause of reason, this is Holbach; good day!

  3. Benny the Icepick says

    Ooph. Honestly, PZ, if puns were sausages, those would be the wurst. You ought to be pun-ished.

  4. says

    We are Scienceblogs. We will assimilate your blog and add it to our collective. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your blog will adapt to service ours. Resistance is futile.

    (Yeah, that’s all I’ve got since all the good geology puns are already taken).

  5. Jude says

    This particular blog is new to science blogs, but I’ve been reading it for at least a year. I like geology blogs, and she’s based in Colorado at one of my alma maters (which may be bad Latin, but I’m too tired to be sure).

  6. says

    Why the hell do I even bother having a blogroll? I could just point to ScienceBlogs once and for all.

    This particular blog is new to science blogs, but I’ve been reading it for at least a year

    Jude, all new blogs at ScienceBlogs existed somewhere else before (except for those started by people connected to SEED)

  7. davem says

    I’m petrified I might miss a pun here, so I’ll chalk it up to experience if I do. What I sediment; sorry for the intrusion.

  8. says

    Marshall, on an evolution blog you should probably specify which Paul Harvey you mean! You gave me quite a shock there.

  9. says

    Geology is a great science because you constantly get to go into the wilderness and realise you are out standing in a field.

  10. Autumn says

    Hoorah! Another female geologist with brains besides me. I will enjoy her blog. Thanks for the link.

  11. says

    Thanks for the plug, PZ! (BTW, I recently discovered that our institutions are even more similar than I had realized – public liberal arts colleges + more.)