In his discussion of Mineral Evolution, Dr. Richard M. Hazen, a research scientist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington's Geophysical Laboratory, inadvertently reviewed the new Skyvan album, Rock Formations:
Following planetary accretion and differentiation, the mineral evolution of a terrestrial planet depends initially on a sequence of geochemical and petrologic processes, which depend principally on the size and volatile content of the body. These processes may include volcanism and degassing, fractional crystallization, crystal settling, assimilation reactions, regional and contact metamorphism, plate tectonics and associated large-scale fluid-rock
As new members propagate freely through the mass, the size and volatile content of Skyvan has again morphed into a new geo-chemical form, resulting in 62 minutes of fractional crystalization, assimilation reactions, regional contact metamorphism and other associated large-scale fluid-rock interactions. Rock formations is the second release of spontaneous composition by Skyvan.