Okay, I got your attention. But isn't it the truth? What do I mean by rule. You need water? Geology. You want to talk about soil? Start with Geology. Discussion of climate change? Can't discount Historical Geology.
Material for, and assessment of your new house location? Geology.
Hundreds dead in this landslide, more dead from that flood? (Engineering Geology and hydrology: bad location, again). Like your car? (Mining) Geology. EQ tears apart your SoCal town? You know the answer. We can talk quantum physics all day, and discuss how horrible o-chem was for medical school, but whatever happened to Geology? I think I know. Your thoughts?
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