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The 40,000-Mile Volcano By WILLIAM J. BROADJAN. 12, 2016 - The New York Times.  The Turtle Pits site on the mid-Atlantic Ridge, consisting of two sulfide mounds and a black smoker chimney. Credit Center for Marine Environmental Research/University of Bremen, Germany

The 40,000-Mile Volcano

The 40,000-Mile Volcano By WILLIAM J. BROADJAN. 12, 2016 - The New York Times. The Turtle Pits site on the mid-Atlantic Ridge, consisting of two sulfide mounds and a black smoker chimney. Credit Center for Marine Environmental Research/University of Bremen, Germany

B.C: Hydrogen Peroxide, RNA And The Origin Of Life

B.C: Hydrogen Peroxide, RNA And The Origin Of Life

Deep-Sea Vents: in Cayman Trough area exploration brings to light new species

World's deepest sea vents reveal unknown creatures - in pictures

Deep-Sea Vents: in Cayman Trough area exploration brings to light new species

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Google Image Result for http://www.prehistoricplanet.com/images/features/earth/geologictime/geologictime1.jpg

A black smoker is a type of hydrothermal vent, deep in the ocean; a fissure in the planet’s surface, from which water heated by the geothermal heat from beneath issues into the surrounding water. The black smokers have very unique ecosystems with strange creatures around them.

A black smoker is a type of hydrothermal vent, deep in the ocean; a fissure in the planet’s surface, from which water heated by the geothermal heat from beneath issues into the surrounding water. The black smokers have very unique ecosystems with strange creatures around them.

This photo-montage shows a deep-sea hydrothermal vent chimney--one of many that were recently discovered by MBARI researchers in the southern Gulf of California. - Credit: (c) 2012 MBARI

This photo-montage shows a deep-sea hydrothermal vent chimney--one of many that were recently discovered by MBARI researchers in the southern Gulf of California. - Credit: (c) 2012 MBARI

An amazing Nudibranch from the waters around the Poor Knights Islands in the north of New Zealand. Photo by Craig Chalmers

An amazing Nudibranch from the waters around the Poor Knights Islands in the north of New Zealand. Photo by Craig Chalmers

repeating patterns of life forms in sea water #science #nature #patterns

repeating patterns of life forms in sea water #science #nature #patterns

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