Past Gas #148: Bonneville Salt Flats, WE WANT THAT BRINE!
When Sir Malcolm Campbell became the first person to reach 300 mph, his astonishing feat grasped the world’s attention. And what was once a secret was then widely known – the Bonneville Salt Flats were the fastest place on Earth. How were the salt flats formed to begin with? Why are they so amazing for speed trials? And are they impervious to the effects of climate change? Today on Past Gas, the history of the Bonneville Salt Flats.
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