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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 19 minutes.Suddenly some water spurs through a tiny five inch crack in the rocks.These causes a drop in the pressure within a water chamber .In a instant thousnads of gallons of water turn to steam and blasted up into the air.

When the pressure builds up enough steam up the rise of the surface the system depressurizes then the follow eruptions can occur.

Old faithful shows that water below the surface are very hot.

Scientists find clues to a viloent the past 34miles southeast of the hot spring.On the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.

So few geologist ,My job is to bascially be a  rock detective and so I try to determine what their origin is and what the histroy is of that particular rock.There we go.In this particular case,Let's look at this, this rock just started ,it was just a loose sand/You can just put your fingers through it .

This soild border is formed from millions of individual grains of sand.Microscopic reviews the analysis  the grains beencemented  by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground .But how did the rock the surface ?Morgan has chemically dated the rock so discovered 3000 years ago,the border was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of the gigantic geyser .

You would see boiling water rock fragments and fine muddy material .Being ejected into the air as highest 3 to 5 thousand feet and then at some point material started to rain down .From the explosion color .Now you wouldn't want to be standing next to one of those.

It is in ponds that creates that the gesyer left behind.
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Hot rocks below ground heat water under pressure for abound 90 mins,suddenly some water spirts through a tiny 5 inch wide crack in the rocks.this causes a drop of pressure within the water chamber in an instance,thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.once the pressure builds up enough,steam bubbles starts rising into the surface,the system deep pressure rises and the full eruption can occur.old faithful shows the surfaces are very hot.scientist find clues to a violent past 34 miles southeast of the hot springs on the shores of the circulate river calls Indian ponds.as a field geologist my job is basically a rock detective.ans so I try to determine what the origin is and what the history is that particular rock.there we go.ok,now,in this particular case.just look at this.this rock we need to start is just a loose sand,you can just put your fingers through it.the solid boulder is formed from thousand of individual sand.microsft analysist reveals the grains have been summoned together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground.but how did the rock get to the surface?mogan has chemically dated this rock and discovered 3000 years ago the boulder was blasted out the ground by a hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.you will see boiling water,rock fragments and fine muddy material being ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5 thousand feet and then at some point material starts raining down from this explosion column.now you wouldn’t wanna stand next to one of those.indian pond is the creator of the geyser that left behind.
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Rocks below ground hit the water under pressure for around 90 minutes .Suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks .This causes a drop in the pressure within water chamber .In an instant ,thousands of gallons of water are turned
into steam and blasted up into the air .

“When the pressure builds it up enough ,steam bubble starts rising in the surface .The system’s deep pressure rises and the full eruption can occur .”
Old faithful shows that the rocks blow the surface are very hot .Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs on the shores of circular lake called Indian ponds .
“This is field geologist .My job is basically to be a rock detective .And so I try to determine what the origin is ,and what the history is ,that particular rock .Okay ,in this particular case ,let’s look at this ,this rock ,we need to start it ,it was just loose sand .You can just put your finger through it .
The solid bouder is formed from millions of individuals grains and sand .Microscope analysis reviews the grain had been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground .But how did the rock get to the surface .Morgan has chemically dated the rock and discovered three thousand years ago the bouder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of the gigantic geyser .
“You will see boiling water ,rock fragments ,fine muddy material .being ejected open to the air as high as three to two thousand feet .And to some point ,materials would start raining down from the explosion column . Now you wouldn’t wanna be standing next one to those .Indian pond is the creator of the geyser left behind .
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[Homework]2010-05-23 黄石公园-3

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Rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.

When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes, then the follow eruption can occur.

Old Faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.

  So, a field geologist, my job is to basically be a rock detective, and so I tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. There we go, Ok, now, in this particular case,Let's look at this, this rock, when it started, it was just a loose sand, you could just put your fingers through it.

The solid bolder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks and discovered that, 3,000 years ago, the bolder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.

  You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material, been ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5,000 feet, and then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t wanna be standing next to one of those.

Indian pond is the crater that the geysers are left behind.


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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around ninteen minutes.Suddenly some water spurs throw a tiny five inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes the drop in the pressure with  in the water chamber.In a instant ,thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blust it up into the air.
"When the pressure build up enough,steam bubbles start rising to the surface the system deep pressure arises and the follow erruption can occur"
Old faithful shows that the rocks below the surface are very hot.Scientists find clues to a violent past 34 miles southeast of the hot springs,on the shores of a circula lake called Indian Ponds.
"Surfuologist,my job is to basically be a rock detective,and so i try to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock"
"here we go"
"ok,now in this particular case,let`s look at this,this rock,we needs to start it was just a loose sand, you can just put your fingers to it"
The solid boarder is form from millions of individuals grands of sand.Micheal Skopacan`s analysist reviews the grand have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground.But how did the rock get to the surface.Morgan has chemically dataed the rock and discovred that 3000 years ago the borader was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic gizer.
"you would see boiling water,rock fragments and fine muddy materials been ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5 thousand feet ,and then is some point,materials would start rainning down from this explosion column.now,you wouldnt wanna be standing next to one of those"
Indian ponds is the creator that the guys are left behind.
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  Rocks blow the ground hit the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly some water    in the rocks. This cause is drug in the pressure with the water changeable. In an instant, thousands of gallens of water attends to  blassed up  in the area.
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  “It’s a few geologies. My geology is basicly a rock to pick it. And so I tried to determine where the orgin is and what history is the back to the particular rock. OK, now in this particular case, it looks this.  This rock, with this stores it, it’s just a little sands, you can take a little finger in it.”
The sollied bolder, it forms from a million of individual green of sands.
  “ Microscope analyses review the grands of  by camera and pressure deep under the ground. My hardest rock gets the servers, more than a   by the hard date of the rock, discovered a cup of 3 thousand years age. The bottle was blassed   by the hand. You will see boiling water, rock  and find merty material being injected upon to the area at highest 3 to 5 thousands and a minutes. Some point materials stored raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t want to be standing it to  “
  In the enponds is the creator the guys left behind.

[Homework]2010-05-23 黄石公园-3

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hot rock the water under pressure for around 90 minuets. suddenly some water spurts through a tiny five-inch wide crack in the rock. this calls drop in the pressure with and the water chamber. In a instance,thounds of gallons of water turn to stream blast out into the air. when the pressure spill up enough stream up sterile surface system ...... all fate four shows the rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientist find includes to avoid past 34 mile south-east of hot spring. On the show of circular lake called Inidia pounds. It is a few geologists my job is to basically be a rock detector.And so I try to determine where all origins.The history is ventricular rock.ok, now, in this particular case just look at this,this rock we need start it it with just loose cend.you can just put your fingers to it. The salad border is form from millions of individual gray of sand. Micheal reviews the grains of been surrender by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. but how did the rock get to the surface? More chemically date eroke since 3000 years ago. water was blast out of the ground but hot water explosion of gigantic gizer. you will see boiling water, rock fragments, fine maty material, ejected open to the air higher 2-5 thousands feet. And then in some point material will start raining down from this explosion column. now, you won't standing next to wide dose. In the inpounds, it is crater of the guiders left behind.

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Rocks below ground hit the water under pressure for around 19 minutes,suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5 inch wide crack in the rocks.Thesse causes dropping the pressure within the water chamber.Innistan,thousands gallons of water were turnt to steam and blast into the air.

When the pressure builds up enough,steam up the star raising the surface,the system deeper pressure raises and follow eruption will occur.

Old Faith shows the rocks below the surface are very hard.Scientists find clues to avialent past 34 miles southeast of the hot springs on the shore of circular lake,Indian Pond.

As a geologist,my job is basically to te a rock detective,so i try to determine what origin is and what the history is that particular rock.Ok,how.In this particular case,let's look at his.This rock ,we need to start with which just a loss,sad,you can just put your finder to it.

The soli border is formed from millions of individual's agree of sad.Microscopeanalysist reviews the grace of being surmaintaining gathers by chemicals and pressure,deep under the ground,but how did the rocks get to the surface.

Morgan has chemically digged the rocks that were discovered 3,000 years ago.THe boder was glasting out of the ground by the hot water explosion of the gigantic gather.

You would see boiling water,rock fragments and fire modiemiterio being injected up to the air as high as 3-5,000 feet and then some part material would start to be raining down from this exposure culow .Now you wanna be standing next to one of these.

Indian Pond is the creator that the gather left behind.
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Hot rocks below ground  heat water under pressure for around ninety mintues. Suddenly some water spurt through a tiny **  crack in the rocks. This causes a drops in pressure within water chamber.  In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.

"When the pressure build up, steam***** surfurace, the  system ****", eruption can occur."

Old faithful shows the rocks below the surface are very hot. Sceintist find clues to a violent path thirty-four milles south-east hot spring on the shore the circular lake called indian pund.

"it is few geologist. my job is basically to be a rock detective. so i try to determine what the origin is, and what the histroy is of this particular rock. Ok, now in this particular case, look at this,  this rock, we need to start it, we just,  loose sands. You just can put your fingure through it. "

The solid boulder is formed from milions of individual grains of sands.  Microscope anaylizes reveals that grain have been cemented together by chemical and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface?  More and chemical data show  three thousands years ago,  the boulder were blasted out to the ground by the hot water explosurion of gigantic geyser.

you will see the boiled water, rock fragement, and fine muddy materials been injected open to the air as high as three to five thousands feets.  and then some points,   materials started runing down from this explosure colum. Now you wouldnot want to be standing next to one of those.      

Indian pumces is the crater, the geyer left behind.
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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.



When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes, and then a full eruption can occur.



Old Faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.



  As a field geologist, my job is to basically be a rock detective, and so I tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. There we go, Ok, now, in this particular case,Let's look at this, this rock, when it started, it was just a loose sand, you could just put your fingers through it.



The solid boulder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks and discovered that, 3,000 years ago, the boulder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.



  You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material, been ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5,000 feet, and then at some point, material would start laying down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t wanna be standing next to one of those.



Indian pond is the crater that the geysers left behind.

Hot rock below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts though a tiny 5 inch wide crack in the rocks . this causes a drop in the pressure with in the water chambers , in an instinct , thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blast up into the air .
When the pressure build up , steam up , steam bubbles start rising to the surface , the system depress and the follow eruption can occur , old faithful show that rocks blow the surface are very hot .scientist find dues to a violent path 34 miles south_east to a hot spring. On the shores of a circular lake called Indian palms . so field geologist , my job is to basically be eruptive , and so I tried to determine what their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock ,there we go .ok now , in this particular case , lets look at this .this rock when it we stared, it was just a losse sand , you can just put you finger though it .the solid bouder is from millions of individuals grains of sand . micrcosocptic analysis reveals the grians have been cemented together by chemicals and pressuer deep under the ground . but how did the rock get to the surface, morgen have a chemically date the rock  , soon discovered that 3300 years ago bounder was blasted out of the ground by the water explison of gigantic geyser. You will see bolling water , rock frangment and fine material been ejected up to the air as high as 3 to 5000 deet and then at some point material would start raining down from this explosion column . now you wouldt want to standing it to one of those. Indian palm is creator of the geyser left behind .
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Rocks below ground hit the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny five-inch-wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted  up into the air. When the pressure builds up enough steam bubbles ^into the surface, the system deep pressure rises and the full eruption can occur. Old Faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent past 34 miles southeast of the hot springs on the shores of a circular lake called Indian Parns. As a few geologist my job is to basically be a rock detective and so I try to determine what their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. Ok now in this particular case, let's look at this, this rock, we need to study, it was just a loose sand, you could just put your fingers through it. The solid boulder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals that grains have been semanted together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks and discovered that 3,000 years ago the boulder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser. You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material being ejected up into the air as high as three to five thousand feet and then at some point material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn't wanna be standing next to one of those. Indian Parns is the creator that the guys are left behind.

[Homework]【整理】2010-05-23 黄石公园-3

Rocks below ground,heat the water under presure for around ninty minutes.Suddenly some watersprouts through a tiny five inch wide crack in the rocks.This causes a dropping in the presure within the water chanber.In an instant,thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.
When the presure builds up enough,steam bubbles started rising to the surface,the system * ,and then for an eruption can occur.
Bob * shows that rocks below the surface are very hot.
Scientists find clues to a violent path thrity-four miles southeast of the hot springs.On the shores of a circular lake called Indian Ponds.
As a field geologist,my job is to basically be a rocket detective.and so i tried to determine where the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock.There we go.Ok now,in this particular case,let's look at this.This rock,when it started,this was just the loose sand.You can just put your fingers to it.
The solid boulder is formed from millions of individual germs of sand.Microscopical analysis reveals the grains have been surmented together by chemicals and presure deep under the ground.But how did the rock get to the surface?Mogan has chemically dated the rocks and discovered thatthree thounsand years ago.The boulder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of gigantic geyser.
you will see,boiling water,rock fragments,and fine muddy material being ejected up into the air as high as three to five thiusand feet.And then at some point ,material would start rainning down from this explosion column.Now you would't want to be standing next to one of those.
Indain Ponds is the creator that the gyeser left behiand



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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly some water spurs through a tiny 5 inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In the instant, thousands of gallons of water turn to the steam and blustted of into the air.

When the pressure build up enough steam bubble starts arrival into the surface and the system.. Old faceful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot.

Scientist find clues to a violent past 34 miles southeast to the hot ps on the shores of the secular lake called Indian ponds. It's a field of geologist. My job is basically and detective. So I try to determine where the origin is and what the history is the vva the rock. Ok, now, in this particular case, look at this, this rock, we need to study it, it was just a lose sand. You can just put your finger to it.

The solid b is formed from millions of individual grain of sand. Mic and reveals the grain cimentity gather by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rocky get to the surface? More agin has chemical data the rocks, some discover that 3,000 years ago the bond was blusted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of the gaganic gazas.

You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine meatrial being ejected open to the air as high as 3-5 thousand feet and then some point meteaial will start to rain down from this explosion cullon. Now you wouldn't want be standing next to one of those.

Indian ponds is the crital that the give left behind.
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