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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssa42 View Post
    Getting a new DirecTV dish and Genie system this afternoon. Forgot it was opening night when we scheduled the install....please be on time, Installation Guy!!


    And bet is in: 14,141,414
    Now, you know the odds of Installation Guy being on time is greater than the odds of Penner being the leading scorer in the NHL, so... may I suggest asking Van Guy to fill in for Installation Guy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geogirl View Post
    It has been estimated that the foundational geology that created the conditions shaping the present day upper Great Lakes was laid from 1.1 to 1.2 billion years ago, when two previously fused tectonic plates split apart and created the Midcontinent Rift, which crossed the Great Lakes Tectonic Zone. A valley was formed providing a basin that eventually became modern day Lake Superior. When a second fault line, the Saint Lawrence rift, formed approximately 570 million years ago, the basis for Lakes Ontario and Erie were created, along with what would become the Saint Lawrence River. The Great Lakes are estimated to have been formed at the end of the last glacial period (about 10,000 years ago), when the Laurentide ice sheet receded.

    So you're saying it wasn't the glaciers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    So you're saying it wasn't the glaciers
    The state's geologic history can be divided into three periods. The first period was a lengthy period of geologic instability from the origin of the planet until roughly 1,100 million years ago. During this time, the state's Precambrian bedrock was formed by volcanism and the deposition of sedimentary rock and then modified by processes such as faulting, folding and erosion. In the second period, many layers of sedimentary rock were formed by deposition and lithification of successive layers of sediment from runoff and repeated incursions of the sea. In the third and most recent period starting about 1.8 million years ago, glaciation eroded previous rock formations and deposited deep layers of glacial till over most of the state, and created the beds and valleys of modern lakes and rivers.

    The proglacial lakes of Minnesota were lakes created in what is now the U.S. state of Minnesota in central North America in the waning years of the last glacial period. As the Laurentide ice sheet decayed at the end of the Wisconsin glaciation, lakes were created in depressions or behind moraines left by the glaciers. Evidence for these lakes is provided by low relief topography and glaciolacustrine sedimentary deposits. Not all contemporaneous, these glacial lakes drained after the retreat of the lobes of the ice sheets that blocked their outlets, or whose meltwaters fed them. There were a number of large lakes, one of which, Glacial Lake Agassiz, was the largest body of freshwater known to have existed on the North American continent; there were also dozens of smaller and more transitory lakes filled from glacial meltwater, which shrank or dried as the ice sheet retreated north.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geogirl View Post
    The state's geologic history can be divided into three periods. The first period was a lengthy period of geologic instability from the origin of the planet until roughly 1,100 million years ago. During this time, the state's Precambrian bedrock was formed by volcanism and the deposition of sedimentary rock and then modified by processes such as faulting, folding and erosion. In the second period, many layers of sedimentary rock were formed by deposition and lithification of successive layers of sediment from runoff and repeated incursions of the sea. In the third and most recent period starting about 1.8 million years ago, glaciation eroded previous rock formations and deposited deep layers of glacial till over most of the state, and created the beds and valleys of modern lakes and rivers.

    The proglacial lakes of Minnesota were lakes created in what is now the U.S. state of Minnesota in central North America in the waning years of the last glacial period. As the Laurentide ice sheet decayed at the end of the Wisconsin glaciation, lakes were created in depressions or behind moraines left by the glaciers. Evidence for these lakes is provided by low relief topography and glaciolacustrine sedimentary deposits. Not all contemporaneous, these glacial lakes drained after the retreat of the lobes of the ice sheets that blocked their outlets, or whose meltwaters fed them. There were a number of large lakes, one of which, Glacial Lake Agassiz, was the largest body of freshwater known to have existed on the North American continent; there were also dozens of smaller and more transitory lakes filled from glacial meltwater, which shrank or dried as the ice sheet retreated north.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    You asked for it.

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    Flintstones,meet the Flintstones,there the modern stone age family.From the town of Bedrock,there a
    page right out of history. Oh sorry wrong web site. GO KINGS from Fred and Wilma and Barney and Wilma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuckBoy View Post
    Flintstones,meet the Flintstones,there the modern stone age family.From the town of Bedrock,there a
    page right out of history. Oh sorry wrong web site. GO KINGS from Fred and Wilma and Barney and Wilma.
    Puckboy has had too many geotinis this morning.

    You're cut off, pal!

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    I like Mynny, Prince or is that the Artist Formerly known as (is from there).

    But tonight, Kings, let's crush those Wild!


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