GM Dictionary: Geology #19
This month I want to cover something that I generally know very little about: geology. Sure I know a bit. Enough to get by. I usually even remember the difference between stalactite and stalagmite. I’ll give you a hint. One holds tight (or tite!) to the ceiling! That being said my vocabulary could use a boost and maybe yours could to so let’s dig in this month’s Dictionary. (Okay I apologize for the puns.)
A geode is a secondary structure of sediments, often crystalline, that form from chemical precipitation within another rock. Unbroken the structure cannot be seen within the hollow interior, but is often beautiful when exposed.
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