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     Wednesday Apr 11 05:56 PM



They've discovered an underwater volcano off the coast of Oregon. This is not it, but this is one just like it.

There is more volcanic activity underwater than there is above ground. Scientists are excited about the on near Oregon because it will offer them the opportunity to study the microscopic bacteria that thrive in the unique, temporary living conditions that such activity boils out.



  Thursday Apr 12 12:30 AM

Oh yeah, I can see it now:

"Attention all W.H.O.I. marine biologists here in Oregon, the next ferry to the shore leaves at 4:15 p.m., signups for the group outing to Yellowstone are in the main lobby, congratulations to Steven De LaVegga on the birth of his new son Anthony Michael De LaVegga, and the volcano is erupting now so WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!"


If anyone can tell me who I sampled that bit from, you have good taste in comedy.

~Mike



  Friday Apr 20 09:26 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Chewbaccus
[b]Oh yeah, I can see it now:

"Attention all W.H.O.I. marine biologists here in Oregon, the next ferry to the shore leaves at 4:15 p.m., signups for the group outing to Yellowstone are in the main lobby, congratulations to Steven De LaVegga on the birth of his new son Anthony Michael De LaVegga, and the volcano is erupting now so WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!"</b>


Ummm, I can't tell you the attribution of the quote, but I <b>can</b> tell you after three years of working in W.H. (that's Woods Hole) that WHOI has very few marine biologists. WHOI folks are oceanographers by and large - if you want marine biologists you go three miles down the road to the Marine Biological Laboratory. It's the original science facility in the area, and it's the parent organization to WHOI, which was a spin off shortly before WWI....

-drin



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