February 20th, 2019 Livestream Q&A: Are these stalactites scientifically accurately placed?

February 20th, 2019 Livestream

Q&A: Are these stalactites scientifically accurately placed?

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are these stalactite scientifically accurately placed I guess I can go into a little bit of like how we decide where to put things and how the world looks a lot of it is actually research into geology and a lot of times I actually consulted Google Maps or something like that to sort of see okay how does how does the world work pattern wise because it's all about patterns in nature and yeah usually you'd have stalagmites hanging directly over stalagmites and stuff because they Selig mites essentially help create static no static tight help create static mites it's always confusing which ones up and which ones down yeah but yeah I used Google Earth just to sort of see what nature is up to honestly and there was a study that was done here as well for how erosion works for example how water erodes rock and earth and such and how rivers are created and lakes and anything and how all these things are connected and so that there is thought that goes behind this creation but at some point we also take some creative freedom where we take what is pretty over what makes sense because well you know what this game to be pretty yeah exactly start tights hanging down I I see you Jonas I see you I have that I have that trick as well but if you want the safe for work version it's the stalactites as in top if that helps anyone there you go yep Tim Tim got it too

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