Hey friends! Welcome to my YouTube video! Today I'll be mixing sediments from a bunch of different alpine lakes!
Here we go!
Wow! What a great haul of sediments. I don't know about you guys but I just love lake sediments.
First bag added! This one has a distinct warm mud smell and a really great colour!
Let's keep going! This one has a dark organic look to it and a firm tofu-like texture!
Adding some more! I think the predominant colour is this yellow-orangy sediment.
All done! Time to mix! It's really starting to smell like an alpine pond now. Notes of cyanobacteria, limestone, and bear poop.
Wow you guys! I never would have guessed that it would end up this colour!
All done! Don't forget to like and subscribe! And stay tuned for my alpine sediment give away, where I'll mail wet mud to 5 lucky viewers!
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Scientific analysis of Felis catus doing a biiiiiiig stretch.
The following observations were made in a 2 hour time frame.
Figure 1. Kratos (Subject K) in typical Felis catus side sleeping position and O'Reilly (Subject OR) in "loaf" position.
Figure 2. Subject K in "Belly trap" position encroaching on Subject OR in "half cinnamon roll" position.
Figure 3. Subject K continuing to encroach on Subject OR. Subject OR is awake now.
Figure 4. Subject K has reached maximum horizontal expansion, both away from, and into, Subject OR's personal space. Subject OR has gone back to sleep.
Figure 5. Subject K's position determined to be "biiiiiig stretch" and not "belly trap" by risky experimental probe. Subject OR determined to be a very sweet old man.
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