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(Fox News)   Supervolcanoes? In the state of Maine? It's more likely than you think   ( foxnews.com) divider line
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2013-11-03 11:52:35 AM  
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Even as we speak, Steven King is probably getting another idea for a book.
2013-11-03 10:04:12 PM  
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machoprogrammer: dj_bigbird: I call bullshiat on so many levels. First, this is a Faux news article. Secondly, there's no way in hell Faux news would publish an article that says the Earth is anything other than 6000 yrs old.

You are more retarded than you think Fox News is. Their science reporting is actually pretty damn good.

Yes, I find their climate science to be impeccable. *snicker*
2013-11-03 07:23:08 PM  
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eyeq360: Do the people who write these stories understand verb tenses?

No. Everything is happening now and it's terrifying.
2013-11-03 11:10:09 AM  
1 vote:
FTA: "Long before there were these things called supervolcanoes, we've known about giant, big, horrific silicic volcanic eruptions," said Seaman, of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

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