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Parker believes these repetitions reflect cyclic releases of stored energy-derived ultimately from the .
Parker believes these repetitions reflect cyclic releases of stored energy-derived ultimately from the sun or from the earth's radioactive center. "Catastrophes are just cyclic events that result from large energy storage capacity. applies only to the way energy is provided to the system. No doubt geologists will argue the point. But readers needn't worry. All else is finely-and solidly-wrought.
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Parker, Ronald B. Inscrutable Earth: Explorations in the Science of Earth. Cradle of Life: The Discovery of Earth’s Earliest Fossils. Princeton University Press, 1999. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1984.
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THE TENTH MUSE: The Pursuit of Earth Science. By and large, it succeeds; Mr. Parker (the author of a previous collection along the same lines, ''Inscrutable Earth'') leavens his expertise with humor and a feeling for the picturesque, and he has the knack of expounding technical matters painlessly. Perhaps the oddest prejudice against geology is the notion that its mysteries necessarily pale beside those of space exploration. In fact, when it comes to fulfilling the science-fiction fantasies of the past, it has proved a lot easier to put the first men on the moon than it has to take a journey to the center of the earth.