This short article is about as exciting as the trivia question but what amazed me was this quote: "Geologists say the stumps in these ghost forests could be 4,000 to 80,000 years old." Even though I have about 100 geologists on staff just for fun, I will admit I'm not a geologist. However, why the hell do they get so much room for margin of error? It's like me telling our shareholders we'll be anywhere from 50%-2000% of our sales projections for this quarter. It's time we started demanding more from our scientists; let them know we're not willing to put up with this pull a hypothesis out of your ass anymore. It's not acceptable in business so they shouldn't get away with it either.