Wes Rolley on tue 12 jul 05
Nature is wonderful. It is always coming up with a surprise. The most r=
that I have heard of is in the Los Padres National Forest, NE of Santa Ba=
CA. Last year, there was a brush fire in the Dick Smith Wilderness Area o=
Los Padres National Forest. Investigation showed that the case was a "ho=
in the dirt. Since then, the temperatures on the surface have been measu=
>400 deb. F. Under the surface, over 500 deg. F.
According to scientists:
- it is not a volcano.
- there are no hot springs.
There are only fumeroles and a lot of heat.
The local CBS outlet news rant the story and you can watch it here:
http://cbs5.com/video/?id=3D5346@kpix.dayport.com if you have Flash 7 sup=
If they figure out what this really is, would it get hot enough to melt =
shino? Could you really have a continuous operation kiln? Lots of
possibilities before the Roswell folks grab the story to prove that we ha=
"I find I have a great lot to learn =E2=80=93 or unlearn. I seem to know =
far too much
and this knowledge obscures the really significant facts, but I am gettin=
-- Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Wesley C. Rolley
17211 Quail Court
Morgan Hill, CA 95037