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The Source of Geothermal Energy


Hot springs, geysers and volcanoes have been active for thousands of years. The common belief is that the source of heat is from the center of earth.[6]  However, many facts indicate that hydrogen of water is involved in all geothermal phenomena. 2,161 more words


finding peace in the desert

it was so hard to figure out where i wanted to go on my vacation. so many options. i wanted to see some people and also experience so many different wilderness spots that to fit as much in without feeling rushed or unable to be present with the people and places i would be able to see…well it was a tough decision. 1,119 more words

Mammoth Terraces and trying to relax in a boiling river | Yellowstone

After a lovely morning at Yellowstone’s Canyon and lunch with a herd bison we headed west to the Norris Geyser Basin. It’s one of the hottest, most acidic areas of the park. 1,019 more words


Hotsprings Island

While travelling on the Passing Cloud we made a couple of visits to Hotsprings Island.

The hotsprings were turned off by an earthquake a few years ago, but in the last year have started to flow again. 79 more words


Travel: Banff

When I moved to Canada in 2008 one of the places I knew that I would visit would be Banff – considering, I lived & worked only an hour and a half away! 600 more words


Iceland- Day 1

I do not have enough adjectives to appropriately describe my trip to Iceland. It surpassed my expectations. It was full of adventure. It was surreal. Rugged. 1,074 more words