• True Vikings - S01E11 Metal detecting gold in England with geologists

    Youtube channel about two guys treasure hunting, with lots of humor and awesome finds. It is the day after the Vikings found the amazing medieval gold coin. After that discovery was made the Gods sent a hail storm to chase away the detectorists from the field, and metal detecting had to be concluded for that day. Today it is still very windy, but we are back to the same spot with expectations to find more gold and silver coins from the untapped nectar zone. Someone on the internet told us that "who would only drop one gold coin?", so expectations are high. Will this search reveal more valuable old gold coins? The treasure hunt is on! True Vikings is a show about metal detecting and horsing around in England. In the first season the vikings are aiming for the metal reconquest of England,...

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Formation of an ore deposit

    published: 24 Aug 2015
  • Geologists strike Millions of tonnes of seabed gold in India that can change India

    Millions of tonnes of precious metal and minerals have been found in seabed surrounding India. It’s one of the biggest discoveries of such kind. The presence was first estimated in 2014. Since then, Geological Survey of India has generated 181,025 square kilometres of high-resolution seabed morphological data. It reported that, there is more than 10,000 million tonnes of lime mud. There is huge phosphate sediment off Mangaluru, Chennai ports, cobalt bearing ferro-manganese crust in Andaman sea, micro manganese nodules around Lakshadweep Sea. All these have huge industrial values. Scientists are hoping to find much more there. Since 2014, Geological Survey of India has been very active to find new resources to support growing needs of India. About us: Archive is documenting the present fo...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • Rock and Mineral Identification

    A study guide made for the students of Fleming College in Lindsay Ontario Canada and anybody else who might find it useful. If you like this video check out my channel for a full feature video of a limestone rock quarry, how it operates, and how it is being rehabilitated. I am trying to educate you about more than just rocks and minerals. Research "Agenda 21" and find out the U.N.'s real plan for "sustainable developement". PLEASE CHECK OUT MY ENTIRE FAVORITES LIST!!!

    published: 06 Feb 2012
  • Precious Metal Exploration and Prospecting: Gold, Silver and Platinum group metals.

    A short introduction that showcases the Silver, Gold, and Platinum group metals prospecting and exploration. It demonstrates examples of geological methods and analysis used to justify the extensive investment of mining precious metals ore. This is the Geologist's focus on the world of precious metals. The series intends to showcase the variety of career opportunities across all disciplines within the unique and exciting world of the precious metals industry. ipmi.org

    published: 11 Dec 2013
  • euronews futuris - New life for old metal mines

    http://www.euronews.com/ The European Union imports huge amounts of metal. Yet buried deep in Europe's bowels is a treasure trove of copper, zinc and other precious metals.   Researchers have been digging deep to uncover ways to put European mining back on the map and they're not short of ideas.   Europe's deepest metal mine is seemingly unfathomable, at 1,430 meters.   For forty years, Pyhäsalmi mine has been a rich source of copper, zinc and pyrites.   However the countdown to its closure has already begun as Pihlaja, a Mining Engineer, at Pyhäsalmi mine explains:   "We currently produce around 1,4 million tons of ore per year but if the metal prices stay at the current level, we won't be able to maintain the mine beyond the end of 2018".   Metal mining throughout Europe is facing sim...

    published: 02 May 2012
  • Working in Morocco - Exploration Geology

    So I finally got a GoPro and here's what I captured in Morocco. An example of what it's like to work in exploration geology

    published: 28 May 2016
  • Stonehenge, Old Sarum, built on 50,000 year old (?) enormous CERN-type "Device"

    In this hypothesis, a huge synchrotron is revealed on the map, an enormous hexagon. The synchrotron tunnels would also explain the abundance of metal possessed by the 'Atlanteans' and also the fact they had covered over canals everywhere. They converted synchrotron tunnels for their own stone-age purposes. It was the Atlanteans in Britain who removed traces of the ancient world. Later sea travellers came to the place and built a temple to mark Stonehenge's latitude, using stones they simply already found lying around, the largest of the pieces of rubble. It's quite obvious that Stonehenge and even Avebury is made from a form of concrete, likely to be a 'geopolymer' which means that they actually resemble rock, confusing geology. Geologists are therefore likely to always identify geopol...

    published: 16 Jul 2017
  • Maersk Oil - Meet one of our Exploration Geologists

    Meet Scott Thackrey - An Exploration Geologist in Maersk Oil's UK office.

    published: 10 Apr 2013
  • Arizona Geologist Copper Exploration

    I did this one for Stansberry Investment Research, one of the biggest Research and Economics Multimedia platforms worldwide. i had cover several Environmental and Ecology Conservation Assignments, this was very challenging due the reputation that unsustainable mining have, however a person must understand the way that we as humans live in order to overcome unsustainable and unfair industries and natural resources exploitation. Also shooting from the helicopter without a gyro/stabilizer was very difficult. A great assignment.

    published: 01 Mar 2012
  • Geology Toolkit Premium (android app)

    Google Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mvpm.minerals.and.rocks.geology.toolkit.premium Geology Toolkit is a complete android application which allows geologists to examine and explore minerals and rocks features under microscope or hand-specimen properties. Geology Toolkit makes mineralogy and petrology to be easier to examine a thin section and to understand the characteristic properties for each mineral/rock without a petrographic microscope, which is known to be very expensive. It is mainly addressed to geoscience students / geologists as a guide in individual or supervised laboratory work. Made by a Geologist for Geologists MAIN FEATURES ► Premium design and Ad free The interface is user friendly, ad free and very intuitive, the main menu can be accessed ...

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

    Recording Location: http://www.naturalresourcesymposium.com/

    published: 12 Aug 2015
  • Rare Historical Artifacts You Won't Believe Exist

    Discovering an actual Woolly Mammoth and mysterious manuscript here are Rare Historical Artifacts You Won't Believe Exist. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. 36,000 Year Old Meat Freezer Scientist in Siberia found bodies of Woolly Mammoths carcasses fully preserved from the extreme cold and snow. They were completely frozen solid for thousands of years under permafrost which preserved their body from prehistoric times. This keeps them in almost perfect condition; as if they were hunted just yesterday. Since mammoths are extinct, this makes it an incredible find and their remains will be an artifact from the past that will be intensively researched. 7. Roman Dodecahedron This is a small metal object that dates back to the 2nd or 3rd century AD and many of these s...

    published: 16 May 2016
  • House hit by small meteorite, geologists say

    SHOTLIST Normal 1. Man holding object 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Nelson, Professor of Geology, Illinois State University: "It doesn't look like the materials we typically find when we go out on a meteorite call. This is dense, it is metal." Bloomington 3. Wide shot house 4. Medium shot broken window 5. Close-up broken window 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dee Riddle, homeowner: "Well when I see the mini blind it was obvious something had come through, I just wasn't sure what. I pulled the mini blind open to see how much damage was there, there was nobody in here who could have gotten injured." Normal 7. Wide shot Nelson 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Nelson, Professor of Geology, Illinois State University: "There are more test(s) to do to prove it is not of terrestrial origin." ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • A Career as an Exploration Geologist: Advice for Young Geologists

    Joanne (Joey) Freeze, President and CEO of Candente Copper Corp., discusses a bit of her career pathway, and offers some observations for people interested in entering the world of minerals exploration.

    published: 16 Jan 2014
  • Young Geologist

    A view of what it's like to work up north in mineral exploration camps. Lots of great views and good times!

    published: 08 Feb 2013
True Vikings - S01E11 Metal detecting gold in England with geologists

True Vikings - S01E11 Metal detecting gold in England with geologists

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  • Updated: 05 Oct 2016
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Youtube channel about two guys treasure hunting, with lots of humor and awesome finds. It is the day after the Vikings found the amazing medieval gold coin. After that discovery was made the Gods sent a hail storm to chase away the detectorists from the field, and metal detecting had to be concluded for that day. Today it is still very windy, but we are back to the same spot with expectations to find more gold and silver coins from the untapped nectar zone. Someone on the internet told us that "who would only drop one gold coin?", so expectations are high. Will this search reveal more valuable old gold coins? The treasure hunt is on! True Vikings is a show about metal detecting and horsing around in England. In the first season the vikings are aiming for the metal reconquest of England, one button at a time. The True Vikings have a mission in England, called the Buckle List which includes finding a roman imperial coin, a roman imperial silver coin, hammered silver coin, legionnaire equipment, gold, viking stuff, celtic (iron age) stuff, jewelry made of noble metal and a find that will be deemed a treasure. All of our finds are reported to the finders liaison. No animals were harmed in making this masterpiece of cinematography. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to our channel to watch our latest discoveries: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcyHtGp2MkUK7C4c-r3VbMg?sub_confirmation=1 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/True_Vikings ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ If you wish to support us by donating click here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=H7BFPCTZVKWDC ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Did you miss the previous episode? Check out the second world war bomb we found: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EQceohYnUE In episode 7 we are looking for Roman legionnaire equipment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSBKdHc-oS0 Many Nighthawkers were spotted in this episode + a bunch of awesome artifacts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MZV7lNC7tw ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music: Ross Bugden - Pirate Crew https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ
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Formation of an ore deposit

Formation of an ore deposit

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Geologists strike Millions of tonnes of seabed gold in India that can change India

Geologists strike Millions of tonnes of seabed gold in India that can change India

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  • Updated: 17 Jul 2017
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Millions of tonnes of precious metal and minerals have been found in seabed surrounding India. It’s one of the biggest discoveries of such kind. The presence was first estimated in 2014. Since then, Geological Survey of India has generated 181,025 square kilometres of high-resolution seabed morphological data. It reported that, there is more than 10,000 million tonnes of lime mud. There is huge phosphate sediment off Mangaluru, Chennai ports, cobalt bearing ferro-manganese crust in Andaman sea, micro manganese nodules around Lakshadweep Sea. All these have huge industrial values. Scientists are hoping to find much more there. Since 2014, Geological Survey of India has been very active to find new resources to support growing needs of India. About us: Archive is documenting the present for future reference. We are unbiased, accurate. Join us and help to create an archive which will have accurate details of every important event of modern Indian history as well as of the world and science. Join us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archiveofchanges/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArchiveOfChange Share information with us and be part of this archive.
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Rock and Mineral Identification

Rock and Mineral Identification

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  • Updated: 06 Feb 2012
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A study guide made for the students of Fleming College in Lindsay Ontario Canada and anybody else who might find it useful. If you like this video check out my channel for a full feature video of a limestone rock quarry, how it operates, and how it is being rehabilitated. I am trying to educate you about more than just rocks and minerals. Research "Agenda 21" and find out the U.N.'s real plan for "sustainable developement". PLEASE CHECK OUT MY ENTIRE FAVORITES LIST!!!
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Precious Metal Exploration and Prospecting: Gold, Silver and Platinum group metals.

Precious Metal Exploration and Prospecting: Gold, Silver and Platinum group metals.

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2013
  • views: 27369
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A short introduction that showcases the Silver, Gold, and Platinum group metals prospecting and exploration. It demonstrates examples of geological methods and analysis used to justify the extensive investment of mining precious metals ore. This is the Geologist's focus on the world of precious metals. The series intends to showcase the variety of career opportunities across all disciplines within the unique and exciting world of the precious metals industry. ipmi.org
https://wn.com/Precious_Metal_Exploration_And_Prospecting_Gold,_Silver_And_Platinum_Group_Metals.
euronews futuris - New life for old metal mines

euronews futuris - New life for old metal mines

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  • Updated: 02 May 2012
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http://www.euronews.com/ The European Union imports huge amounts of metal. Yet buried deep in Europe's bowels is a treasure trove of copper, zinc and other precious metals.   Researchers have been digging deep to uncover ways to put European mining back on the map and they're not short of ideas.   Europe's deepest metal mine is seemingly unfathomable, at 1,430 meters.   For forty years, Pyhäsalmi mine has been a rich source of copper, zinc and pyrites.   However the countdown to its closure has already begun as Pihlaja, a Mining Engineer, at Pyhäsalmi mine explains:   "We currently produce around 1,4 million tons of ore per year but if the metal prices stay at the current level, we won't be able to maintain the mine beyond the end of 2018".   Metal mining throughout Europe is facing similar problems but scientists are becoming a regular fixture at the Pyhäsalmi Mine in an attempt to breath new life into an old industry.   Juha Kaija, a Finnish Geologist talks about his research:   "Metal resources exist in Europe but extracting them is socially and economically challenging. Our research aims to develop more efficient exploration methods and also at imagining new ways to re-use mining waste materials to give European metal mining a fresh new impetus".   Finding new ores in active or abandoned metal mines is the researchers´first aim and that is no mean feat, especially for old, deep deposits.   Timo Mäki, Chief Geologist, at Pyhäsalmi mine describes the difficulties:   "Here in Finland and also in Sweden, the bedrock is very old, 2 billion years, or even older. So the rocks have been folded, folded again, faulted, moved. So something (the ore) that you expect to have there might have been moved somewhere else. Following the geological structures, the rock types at depths of 2 kilometers is very difficult.     That is why researchers have developed sophisticated 3D models. They are aimed at helping to better understand the complex geology that envelopes the ore.   Marcello Imaña Osorio, a Geologist at Pyhäsalmi Mine explains:   "What you see here in red are what we call "reflective zones", underground regions whose material has a different density from the surrounding bedrock. That different density is one of the properties of the ore we are looking for. So these 3D maps help us to precisely spot those regions and calculate angles and distances for more accurate exploration drilling".   However, researchers have even bolder ideas to bring the luster back to metal mining and they are more than happy to share them in open forums.   Swedish geologists have introduced sophisticated 3D underground mapping, to make drilling easier.   Pär Weihed, Geologist, from the University of Lulea talks about the benefits of this new technological development:   "Diamond drilling is a very expensive business. So if you can get more robust computer models, so you need to drill less holes in order to target the mineral spots, then you will reduce the expenses needed to drill those deep holes. What we can describe in a 3D model like this is the rocks units, structures which could be important for guiding where ores are located in the crust. So it is all about chemical and physical properties of the rocks".   French researchers meanwhile, have shown the first ever interactive online database, detailing the metal resources deep underground in Europe.   Daniel Cassard, Geologist at BRGM talks about how even waste can be re-used:   "Each enlargement is represented by just over 40 fields in a database. So it's described in extreme detail: its type, geological formation but also the production, reserve, and resource levels too. Then it does the same for mine waste. Why waste? Well because the waste can contain substances that were rejected at the time, because no one knew what to do with it or didn't have the technology to extract anything valuable and now we realise that waste can be used for the components of your mobile for example.   "Therefore these so-called European wide critical substances - some say they're strategic, others call them green metal 'because they reduce the consummation of energy ".   Scientists have developed a method to transform iron-rich mineral waste into materials for construction and painting.   Eberhard Janneck, Chemist, G.E.O.S explains:   "In this bottle I have a typical example of mining shaft water, full with acids and sulfates. The only creatures that can live in this environment are bacteria that are able to oxidise iron.   Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Working in Morocco - Exploration Geology

Working in Morocco - Exploration Geology

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So I finally got a GoPro and here's what I captured in Morocco. An example of what it's like to work in exploration geology
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Stonehenge, Old Sarum, built on 50,000 year old (?) enormous CERN-type "Device"

Stonehenge, Old Sarum, built on 50,000 year old (?) enormous CERN-type "Device"

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In this hypothesis, a huge synchrotron is revealed on the map, an enormous hexagon. The synchrotron tunnels would also explain the abundance of metal possessed by the 'Atlanteans' and also the fact they had covered over canals everywhere. They converted synchrotron tunnels for their own stone-age purposes. It was the Atlanteans in Britain who removed traces of the ancient world. Later sea travellers came to the place and built a temple to mark Stonehenge's latitude, using stones they simply already found lying around, the largest of the pieces of rubble. It's quite obvious that Stonehenge and even Avebury is made from a form of concrete, likely to be a 'geopolymer' which means that they actually resemble rock, confusing geology. Geologists are therefore likely to always identify geopolymer, anywhere, as natural rock. The people are remembered as 'giants' These are simply Cro Magnons who were a larger version of modern man with correspondingly bigger brains. The Indian Mahabharata talks about devices which can destroy the earth. They also mention the exact age of the planet as being the age of the God Brahma = World as 4.5 billion years. This knowledge comes from an understanding of the atom. I put it to you that here is the synchrotron, 37 Miles in circumference, which dwarfs current CERN. It would have been used for particle acceleration or some other experiments. My stuff: Old Website http://charles.kos.id.au/ New Website http://www.charleskos.com/ Videos http://www.charleskos.com/ Follow me: https://www.facebook.com/CharlesKosPhD/
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Maersk Oil - Meet one of our Exploration Geologists

Maersk Oil - Meet one of our Exploration Geologists

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Arizona Geologist Copper Exploration

Arizona Geologist Copper Exploration

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I did this one for Stansberry Investment Research, one of the biggest Research and Economics Multimedia platforms worldwide. i had cover several Environmental and Ecology Conservation Assignments, this was very challenging due the reputation that unsustainable mining have, however a person must understand the way that we as humans live in order to overcome unsustainable and unfair industries and natural resources exploitation. Also shooting from the helicopter without a gyro/stabilizer was very difficult. A great assignment.
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Geology Toolkit Premium (android app)

Geology Toolkit Premium (android app)

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Google Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mvpm.minerals.and.rocks.geology.toolkit.premium Geology Toolkit is a complete android application which allows geologists to examine and explore minerals and rocks features under microscope or hand-specimen properties. Geology Toolkit makes mineralogy and petrology to be easier to examine a thin section and to understand the characteristic properties for each mineral/rock without a petrographic microscope, which is known to be very expensive. It is mainly addressed to geoscience students / geologists as a guide in individual or supervised laboratory work. Made by a Geologist for Geologists MAIN FEATURES ► Premium design and Ad free The interface is user friendly, ad free and very intuitive, the main menu can be accessed every time by swiping your finger horizontally across the screen or by pressing the 'hamburger' icon in the top left corner. ► GeoQuizzes - Learn by doing! Test your geology knowledge of the material on this application or from the class / laboratory / field with these GeoQuizzes. ✔ Mineralogy Quiz ✔ Igneous rocks Quiz ► Dedicated to Mineralogists Various features are developed as a guide for field trips or laboratory work. ✔ 59 most common minerals in thin section (transmited and reflected light) ✔ 'IdentifyMin under microscope' is an algorithm for a fast and logical identification of minerals in thin sections; ✔ Hand-specimen photographs (at high resolution) of 59 most common minerals with panzoom functionality; ✔ Swipeable gallery (touch-friendly - swipe & panzoom) with pictures of minerals and rocks thin sections under microsope ✔ Mineral Classification of over 200 common mineral species ✔ Search in 5125 Mineral species (mineral name, chemistry, elements, country of type locality and structural groupname) ✔ Searchable Mohs Hardness Scale for over 80 common mineral species ✔ 'Gemstones' section offer informations about gemstones, jewelry and precious metals ✔ 'IdentifyMin (Hand-Specimen)' can be used to easily identify hand-specimen minerals ✔ Michel-Levy color chart ► Classify an Igneous, Sedimentary or a Metamorphic rock ✔ 18 most common igneous rocks in thin section (transmited light): alkali-feldspar granite, alkali-feldspar rhyolite, granite, rhyolite, granodiorite, tonalite, dacite, diorite, andesite, basalt, gabbro, alkali-feldspar syenite, alkali-feldspar trachyte, syenite, trachyte, foid syenite, peridotite and harzburgite; ✔ Handy Rock Identification ✔ Browse igneous rocks which contain a classification for volcanic and plutonic rocks ✔ Textures and microstructures of igneous rocks ✔ Interactive QAPF diagrams (volcanic and plutonic rocks) ✔ Diagram for modal classification of gabbroic rocks ✔ Interactive Ultramafic diagrams (Ol-Opx-Cpx & Ol-Px-Hbl) ✔ Interactive TAS diagram ✔ Bowen's reaction series ✔ Sedimentary and Metamorphic rocks classification ► Crystallography ✔ Introduction to Crystallography (laws, crystal systems, etc.) ✔ 48 crystal forms with axes and miller indices ► Chemistry features ✔ Periodic Table of ElementsSolubility chart ► Other GEO-UTILITIES ✔ GeoCompass ✔ GPS ✔ Geological Time Scale feature ✔ Geology quotes ✔ Glossary with terms used in optical mineralogy ✔ Engineering Geology section _______________________________ This app can be used as a virtual manual in disciplines like Optical Mineralogy, Petrology and cannot replace the University classes or 'dedicated' books. _______________________________ Note: I constantly update this application with new features and photos.
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Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

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Recording Location: http://www.naturalresourcesymposium.com/
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Rare Historical Artifacts You Won't Believe Exist

Rare Historical Artifacts You Won't Believe Exist

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Discovering an actual Woolly Mammoth and mysterious manuscript here are Rare Historical Artifacts You Won't Believe Exist. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. 36,000 Year Old Meat Freezer Scientist in Siberia found bodies of Woolly Mammoths carcasses fully preserved from the extreme cold and snow. They were completely frozen solid for thousands of years under permafrost which preserved their body from prehistoric times. This keeps them in almost perfect condition; as if they were hunted just yesterday. Since mammoths are extinct, this makes it an incredible find and their remains will be an artifact from the past that will be intensively researched. 7. Roman Dodecahedron This is a small metal object that dates back to the 2nd or 3rd century AD and many of these strange things have been found in the former territories of the Roman Empire. Each one is different but has the same overall shape but it looks like an underwater mine to me. Each hole in this object is a different size and no one can figure out exactly it’s for. Tests have been done and some claim they’re used for making gloves. This theory would make sense but they are strange object from the past with much debate. 6. Prehistoric Hammer Head? This hammer head was found in London, Texas in 1936 while hiking and it seemed like this object didn’t belong covered in granite. How could this be possible? The hammer is 6 inches long with a one inch diameter and is made up of primarily iron. There have been no conflicting reports and can be seen in a museum, but how? So what came first, the rock or the hammer? Skeptics argue that rocks could have stuck to the hammer around the Cretaceous Period. But the hammer seems to have the design from about 200 years ago. Certainly something that puzzles geologists. 5. The Horned Helmet of Henry VIII This strange design is technically called an “armet” which means horned helmet. This was a gift presented by the Holy Roman emperor in 1514. The craftsmanship of this helmet made King Henry want something a little bit better each time and his standards increasingly got more specific even though this was one of his favorite pieces. What makes this design unique is how it covers the entire face for protection and the armets aren’t typically an English design. 4. The Malgana Treasure After most of the gold was plundered by the Spanish Conquistadors very few original artifacts remain in this region of Columbia. A lot of pieces that were found by farmers were unfortunately melted down and made into bullion. This ceremonial mask is worth over $300,000 USD in gold alone. This lucky farmer who found the mask, sold it to be preserved in a museum in Bogota, Columbia. 3. The Voynich Manuscript Carbon-dated from the 15th century, this mind boggling text was found in Northern Italy and is written in an unknown language or code. Much of the origins of the book are unknown. A lot of pages were mysteriously ripped out, but the ones still there have some type of illustration of plants and astronomical figures. The texts have been attempted to be deciphered but with no success. What was this secret code used for and was it hiding something we don’t know? Many have guessed, but even with our modern technology, we still have no idea exactly what it’s about. 2. The Bosnian Forest Sphere The discovery of this sphere in the Bosnian woods, has created a debate on whether an ancient civilization once lived here. This sphere appears to be made of iron and could weigh over 30 tons! The diameter is believed to be any where from 7-10 feet wide. This artifact could change the history of Europe as we know it. Other villages in the area claimed discoveries of their own sphere and there could be as many as 80 total! As soon as we think we have a good understanding of history, something new comes along to rewrite the books. The Gold Encrusted Dagger of Stonehenge Just half a mile from stonehenge, what was believed to be the original “jewels of the King of Stonehenge” were found. This priceless relic from the past is extremely well detailed and the studs were thinner than a hole in a threading needle. The overlapping fishscale design took an incredible amount of time to create, with over 140,000 tiny gold studs, and would have been fit for only a king to enjoy. What’s even more astonishing is the period in which it was created. With this being made 4,000 years ago and using microscopic particles of gold; it’s quite impressive.
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House hit by small meteorite, geologists say

House hit by small meteorite, geologists say

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SHOTLIST Normal 1. Man holding object 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Nelson, Professor of Geology, Illinois State University: "It doesn't look like the materials we typically find when we go out on a meteorite call. This is dense, it is metal." Bloomington 3. Wide shot house 4. Medium shot broken window 5. Close-up broken window 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dee Riddle, homeowner: "Well when I see the mini blind it was obvious something had come through, I just wasn't sure what. I pulled the mini blind open to see how much damage was there, there was nobody in here who could have gotten injured." Normal 7. Wide shot Nelson 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Nelson, Professor of Geology, Illinois State University: "There are more test(s) to do to prove it is not of terrestrial origin." Bloomington 9. Tilt down broken window STORYLINE: A Bloomington, Indiana resident's house may have been stuck with an object from space on Monday. Illinois State University geology professor Robert Nelson said the small metallic object found near the window of the home was most likely a meteorite, but said, "It doesn't look like the materials we typically find when we go out on a meteorite call. This is dense, it is metal." When Dee Riddle heard breaking glass inside her central Illinois home yesterday morning, she first thought a bathroom mirror had shattered. But what had broken was a bedroom window, through which an object had fallen from space, Dee said, "It was obvious something had come through, I just wasn't sure what." Riddle says she is thankful nobody inside her house got injured. During the day Riddle runs an at-home daycare centre. Nelson said the United State Geological Survey's meteorite centre in Flagstaff will take part in trying to positively identify the object. He said "there are more test(s) to do to prove it is not of terrestrial origin." He said the last confirmed meteorite to strike Bloomington, Illinois, was in the 1930s. Keyword-space You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/679f095ca1914e933186dbe41c70550e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A Career as an Exploration Geologist: Advice for Young Geologists

A Career as an Exploration Geologist: Advice for Young Geologists

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Joanne (Joey) Freeze, President and CEO of Candente Copper Corp., discusses a bit of her career pathway, and offers some observations for people interested in entering the world of minerals exploration.
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Young Geologist

Young Geologist

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A view of what it's like to work up north in mineral exploration camps. Lots of great views and good times!
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