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(Atlas Obscura)   Hard candy explains the origin of the strange Stone Forests around the world. Sweet   (atlasobscura.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Rock formations, Hydrogeology, Porosity, Fluid dynamics, origin of the iconic Shilin Stone Forest, Laboratory, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Stone  
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2020-09-23 9:04:39 PM  
And their popularity on Star Wars planets, where the Ties chase the good guys and crash into the stone 'trees'.
 
2020-09-23 9:10:59 PM  
Stone Giants taking sh*ts before athor killed them all

/next question
//rrfa? this is fark
 
2020-09-23 9:14:05 PM  
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2020-09-23 9:14:12 PM  
You can break your teeth on some hard candy.
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2020-09-23 9:14:46 PM  

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2020-09-24 8:48:10 AM  
Whoever wrote that article is a horrible writer or has a horrible editor. There's no such place as a University of Western Kansas, and a cursory google search turns up the guy supposedly from there, at Western Kentucky University.
 
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