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Hortus Conclusus
Mantle convection model

The self-convecting bowels of the earth, sunless but shimmering, as explored by Julian P. Lowman and colleagues. Whirlpools of pavilions, billowing magmatic-fountains, uncertain hedges, lethal groves. Come, let us take you there.

Mantle convection model

Mantle convection model

Mantle convection model


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2 COMMENTS —
  • e-tat
  • July 18, 2006 at 5:45:00 PM CDT
  • Luuuurvely. Everyone should see at least one of those in a lifetime.

    Interesting how some of them look like vertebra. Is that the boneyard of the Earth, then? Do you have to hold your breath as you drive/walk by, or say boneyardboneyardboneyardboneyard until you've passed it?


  • Anonymous
  • August 26, 2009 at 11:25:00 PM CDT
  • Cool (or hot?)


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