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Big Bad Voodoo

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The incident that supposedly ruined her life happened in 1973-74.

Here's a paper she presented to the Geological Society of America in 2008:

Link to site where you can open the pdf.

Didn't know the GSA invited flower vendors to present at their conferences.

Harte

You can write a paper even when your daily job is sweeping streets.

Having no 'grand job' doesn't mean you've turned into an idiot.

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Furthermore whats to say the ocean level was exactly the same and not a mile lower/higher

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We know the sea levels in ancient times weren't the same as they are now, but a MILE difference??

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You can write a paper even when your daily job is sweeping streets.

Having no 'grand job' doesn't mean you've turned into an idiot.

No doubt.

Usually, however, you don't present it at a conference.

Not saying she didn't sell flowers. I am saying that if her life was "ruined," then she was the party responsible for it and no one else.

Obviously, she eventually got back in the game either way. You can find other conferences where she has presented over the years.

How much do you think a geologist makes, on average, that works in academia or for the USGS? Probably about the same as a flower vendor.

Harte

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We know the sea levels in ancient times weren't the same as they are now, but a MILE difference??

I'm thinking 400 feet lower at its greatest extent (Last Glacial Maximum) is just 'a bit' less than a mile, don't you Abe? :lol:

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