The footprints of the Giant Thunderbunny

View of somewhere in southern Botswana from about 10km altitude, 30 August 1983.
The thunderbunny's footprints were probably caused by local sheetwash where small intense rainfall downbursts came from a thundercloud.

What's this got to do with A. Sengor? Well, he once narrowly avoided ascribing a large-scale Alpine tectonic pattern to being caused by the footprints of the giant thunderbunny, in an abstract submitted for a national Geological Society of America meeting; something to do with leaving a partially typed abstract form in the typewriter while out for dinner, and Steve DeLong happening to pass by in the interval!

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