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  • adjective geologic

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  • adjective of or relating to or based on geology

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Examples

  • Was Godel correct "that the formation within geological times of a human body by the laws of physics (or any other law of a similar nature) starting from a random distribution of the elementary particles and the field, is about as unlikely as the separation by chance of the atmosphere into its components?"

    2009 November - Telic Thoughts

  • Since hydrogen does not exist in geological reservoirs it must be extracted from fossil-fuel feedstocks or water.

    Synthetic Fuels Program, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • We've only been collecting data on world climate for maybe 100 years; a moment in geological terms.

    Poll: Global warming skepticism on the rise

  • “[T] he formation within geological time of a human body,” Kurt Gödel remarked in conversation with Hao Wang, “by the laws of physics (or any other laws of similar nature), starting from a random distribution of elementary particles and the field, is as unlikely as the separation by chance of the atmosphere into its components.”

    Think Progress » Poll: Large Number Of Texans Doubt The Theory Of Evolution, Believe In Human-Dinosaur Coexistence

  • Shale gas is trapped in geological shale formations and previously had been very difficult to extract.

    India Plans to Sign Shale Gas Pact With U.S.

  • I have a 4 year degree from accredited public university in geological engineering.

    Schneider: Obama's blue-collar problem persists

  • Of course, not all areas are the same and may be composed of more clay materials or sand depending on the fluvial discharges into the lake over the millennia or more recently in geological terms were areas of high organic content caused by a former marshes or period of plant growth.

    Soils and foundations

  • Of course, not all areas are the same and may be composed of more clay materials or sand depending on the fluvial discharges into the lake over the millennia or more recently in geological terms were areas of high organic content caused by a former marshes or period of plant growth.

    Soils and foundations

  • There has been long-term geological, hydrological and vulcanological research by the Geology Department of the University of Tanzania and Sheffield University in the United Kingdom which is of particular interest.

    Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania

  • The Puget Sound area has been both glaciated and tropical at various times in geological history.

    Sound Politics: Scenes from Wallingford

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