Rosetta Stones

Rosetta Stones

Adventures in the good science of rock-breaking.

In Which I Am Interviewed, and Mutual Fandom is Revealed


It's no secret that Chris Rowan of Highly Allochthonous is one of my favorite geobloggers of all time, so it's rather a pleasant surprise to discover that the fandom is mutual. Also, he asks some great questions which I answer to the best of my ability. I do hope you enjoy! Any deficiencies are entirely my fault.

You can read my interview of him here, and buy the book we both appear in here. And really, you should, because in addition to Chris and myself, it has got our own David Bressan, and a great many other outstanding science writers, and is worth spending some time with.

Open Lab 2012, inside of which you will find much delicious science!

Open Lab 2012, inside of which you will find much delicious science!

A side note: circumstances beyond my control have led to a bit of a blogging hiatus, but I'll be returning shortly with our next installment of Mount St. Helens madness, and possibly some scintillating cinder cones. Thanks for your patience!

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.

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