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July 16, 2009



The Thing, surely?


Hope they have flamethrowers handy. No well-equipped Arctic or Antarctic station should be without one.

Richard J

From Wainwright? I hope we get a heavily inked hand-drawn picture with helpful walking notes.


I was going to ask whether you have some sort of Google News alert set up for stuff like this (heaven knows what keywords it would take) but then noticed that Yves Smith caught it...

I think you should point out that huge doesn't mean, as I imagined, twenty or thirty feet long, but twelve MILES long. Aaargh.

Also this bit:
"He saw some jellyfish tangled up in the stuff, and someone turned in what was left of a dead goose -- just bones and feathers -- to the borough's wildlife department."

Holy crap, it's feeding.


John Wyndham describibng sea-based hairy goo?

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