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Lava bomb → Volcanic bomb – Volcanic bomb redirects to lava bomb, but it is a far more common name. Lava bomb gets 907 Google results while volcanic bomb gets 12,300. Also, the terms do not appear to be equivalent. The definitions of a lava bomb that I found (except the ones based on the Wikipedia article) did not mention a specific minimum size.
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Is there a reason agglutinate redirects here? It is not obvious from the article and the wiktionary:agglutinate entry doesn't mention volanoes. I was looking up the word as I came accross it in the caption of the lead image on the Blood type article. Thryduulf 23:36, 26 April 2006 (UTC)
I was wondering the same thing. In my line of work, "agglutinate" is a very specific term for a component of lunar soil (see space weathering). IntrplnetSarah 16:43, 22 June 2006 (UTC)
Agreed. Let's fix it! How about redirecting to regolith? Sdsds 01:19, 17 February 2007 (UTC)
I removed the trivia section; partially just because it's a trivia section, but mostly because it was more about a non-linked video game that I could find no reference for. -Fëaluinix 11:24, 8 August 2007 (UTC)
This article suffers from quite a few typographical errors. Some might be minor edits (such as where it's clear that the writer typed a lowercase b instead of a d), but others leave so much of the text garbled that it's impossible to determine what was originally meant. Alice Stewart (talk) 11:16, 5 December 2008 (UTC)