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July 13, 2011

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Although I did not make it to Bangka, this blog is a delightful escape from Jakarta! Any thoughts on preservation potential of the bubbler crabs' sand 'bubbles'? Perhaps not all geologically identified adhesion ripples / welts are such, and some ancestral crab is responsible? - Thanks Mike!

Given the constant revelations of the subtle roles of life on our planet, the boundary between organic (in the original sense) and inorganic seems to be becoming more blurred. And, given the mysterious runes and sculptures that we encounter in ancient sediments, who knows what some of these features might really be? So many features can be preserved when logic would say that they shouldn't be, my money's on the crabs.

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