Category Archives: Geology
This January, I went to Iceland along with my university astronomical society. For the next couple of posts I’ll treat you with the spoils of the trip, including a photo of the elusive Northern Lights.
(The reason why they’re elusive was because we saw them only briefly and very faintly one night!)
Geysir, Southwest Iceland.
We’re all killing each other, there is such a thing as the Brian Cox effect and hard hats cause more trouble than the rocks they supposedly protect from. These are just a fraction of what me and Dr Ted Nield chatted about during the interview.
So here is the interview with Ted Nield from the Edinburgh International Book Festival (though we weren’t actually in Charlotte Square).
The interview can be viewed here (or on the interviews tab).
(Photo © Ann Giles)