Remember when there was no new land?

It was an expression “They ain’t making new land ya know”.


in 1964, an ocean volcano magma spewed up an island off the coast of Island and it’s been the biggest thing in evolution studies since Darwin sailed the Galapagos.



A scant 50 years later and China began building more land. Right in the “international” waters between Vietnam and the Philippines.

related on this blog:

Vikings vs Volcano: 1973

Earthquakes vs Concrete Construction

the day the earth wobbled (December 2004 Indian Ocean Quake)

The State of Global Disaster Monitoring and Warnings is not yet Star Trek

Earth: Civilization Maps – Cartography

Science: The Earth Disciplines

Energy Security: Horse n Water

China, Canada and Indigenous Peoples, eh?

Canada v China: Human Rights or Religion Rites?

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