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2008-07-01 08:08:56
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Possibly originated in Mississippi and started being called Mississippi mud pie/cake because it looked like the thick mud that was along the banks of the Mississippi river, in later years as "Mud Pie/cake" became more main stream it just got called Mud Cake.


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because sandstone is a porous media meaning it have a lot of pores then mud filtrate (its water) can enter the rock but the solids of the mud cant hence mud cake form.shale is a porous media too but its pores not connected together so mud cant enter the shale and mud cake don't form.

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mud pie is called mud pie because it looks like pie and it is made of mud

what do you think, heck nooo!

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