Brunton

A bunch of you people re-blogged my post from the other day on the Fish Canyon Tuff. Thanks, you have made me incredibly self-conscious. I accept any and all calling outs of inaccuracies or incorrect information. I also apologize for my poor, despite using it exclusively for 24 years, grasp of the English language. It’s a really good feeling to know that a lot of people were interested in what I had to say about something though. It’s weird to know that people have found my blog and actually read the words I put here.

Today I checked out a Brunton compass from school. We’re using them a lot for our Structure lab this semester and I have limited experience with them so I plan on becoming intimately acquainted with the instrument so I don’t have to bang my head against the wall while in lab. If you don’t know what a Brunton compass is for; in simplest terms a geologist uses it to measure the angles at which a bed slopes and in what directions. That is a terribly simple explanation, but if you really want to know, you can read more about it here.

My job/school schedule is really working against me at the moment. I need more sleep.

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