Monday, November 28, 2005

Tuneful icebergs reveal an unsung secret

An appropriate analogy for a singing iceberg is the "singing" of household plumbing as water rushe through it. Water is flowing through channels in the berg. Volcanoes make similar noises and molten rock flows through channels in them.

1 comment:

S.W. Anderson said...

And what does a volcano sing?

"Ain't no mountain high enough,
"Ain't no river wide enough,
"Ain't no valley low enough
to keep me away . . ."

Sorry, I couldn't resis.