7 February 2012
This image has been in my “to blog” folder for more than a year:
But here’s the thing – I can’t think of what I was going for when I drew this. The closest I can figure is that I was trying to illustrate conceptually what differentiates diamictites from other poorly sorted sedimentary rocks. Any other ideas what I might have been thinking?
Notice how small it is (only 468 pixels wide) — clearly intended for the skinny columns of the WordPress version of this blog (which has been mothballed since I moved to the AGU servers more than a year ago). Sometime, eighteen months ago, I took the time to generate this image – it bugs me that I can’t recall what my point was.
I’m going to delete it from the “to blog” folder as an (unidentified) idea past its prime…