Fly Ranch Geyser: The Explosion of Geothermal Water


Fly Ranch Geyser: The Explosion of Geothermal Water

This article first appeared in Issue 12 of our digital magazine CURIOUS.

Geology and biology collide at Fly Ranch Geyser, a geyser in Nevada, United States.

It is one of the extreme regions of the world with temperatures as high as 93°C (199°F).

A group of extremophile tenants make up the view from this gyser.

The story tells the story of how settlers tried to establish a ranch on the land, but ended up with an explosive source of boiling water that was not useful for what they needed.

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