Dryblower finds a warning in the worlds of rocks and words

NOT much links the worlds of geology and journalism, except the hunt for anomalies. Geologists look for them because differences in rock types can point to areas of mineralisation. Journalists like Dryblower look for anomalies because that’s where stories start.

Over the past two weeks, careful observers of rocks and writing noted a remarkable coalescence of the two worlds – with the people who have most to gain (or lose) from the event being investors.