• 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
  • GOLD MINING GEOLOGY !!! What To Look For . ask Jeff Williams

    Looking for Hard Rock Gold deposits.We give some basic tips to help you better understand the three most common types of Gold Deposits that you will see when out looking for Gold. Info you should know if you plan on finding new deposits of your own.

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • Planetary geologist: Methane hurricanes may exist - liquid metal hurricanes are less likely

    Planetary geologist: Methane hurricanes may exist - liquid metal hurricanes are less likely, Ralf Jaumann: So far, there is no planet that we know of that has liquid water on the surface, besides Earth. And Earth has hurricanes. Liquid water on the surface is a heat buffer and in any case it will produce an atmosphere and solar radiation will make turbulences. So, if you really have a planet with liquid water on the surface, you will have at least thunderstorms. If there was water, but the planet would not turn – what would the missing rotation of the planet mean for the emergence of hurricanes? For a hurricane you need a rotation and temperature differences. Horizontally and also vertically you need movement: The warm air going to the top and the cold air coming down. And you need to h...

    published: 07 Sep 2017
  • Master of Ore Deposit Geology

    Master of Ore Deposit Geology

    published: 27 Jun 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
  • 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
  • Coke and Lava Nikon D800 and Gopro

    Lava flow and two cans of Coca Cola. The first can had a tiny hole punched in the top to prevent it from randomly exploding. I wanted to see if it would fountain as it heated up but, the can just sort of squirted coke. The second can was sealed but, fell over. The lava caused a leak on the lower side. Footage is first from my Nikon D800 and then my old GoPro Hero 2. I had to pull the GoPro away at the end not from the spraying coke but, due to its proximity to the quick moving lobe of lava. The lava was flowing a bit too cool causing it to be less fluid. This series of videos is scientific in nature seeing how differing sealed objects react to the 2000 degree lava hitting it. If anyone's worried this is littering, relax. These items all melted. Think of it as returning metal/materials ...

    published: 21 Jan 2014
  • The Baltic Sea Anomaly ~ A Step Closer To The Truth?

    The Baltic sea anomaly is an anomaly in the best sense of the term, it is a 70 metre long object, with numerous sharp edges and right angles prevalent throughout its structure, with a set of stairs on one side, as if deployed from its shape and left to ruin. sonar has also found drag marks behind the object, samples have confirmed it is made of metal, geologist Steve Weiner said that according to his tests, the object WAS NOT a geological formation, suggesting that the structure was in fact made from metals which nature could not reproduce itself. electrical equipment also has mysterious issues when near to the anomaly.Professional-diver Stefan Hogerborn, part of the Ocean X team said, anything electric out there, and the satellite phone as well, stopped working when we were above the ob...

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • 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
  • 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
  • What a Geologist can do in War - R.A.F. Penrose Jr.

    In 1917, after USA’s entrance into the First World War, renowned geologist and GSA President R.A.F. Penrose wrote "What a Geologist can do in War" - a brief brochure to commanding officers in the American military. Under a specially formed committee created in Jan., 1917 to assess the utility of geologists in war, called the Geology and Paleontology Committee of the National Research Council (NRC), Penrose wrote in layman terms about the many ways geologists could be used on the frontlines in the theatre of war. While Britain had been using geologists in front and rear echelon duties, for the first time US military strategists, who were typically unaware what geologists did beyond looking for oil and minerals, could see how to implement these pre-trained mountain-men. American geologist...

    published: 08 Aug 2014
  • "Unbreakable Alien Ring" Found In Geode? (Among Others)

    Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory There has been a wealth of documented artefacts found within very ancient sediment, coal seams, minerals, and even stones and geodes. All indicating that a vastly different story has taken place upon our earth, to that of what the majority, stubbornly persist in assuming. So many pieces of evidence in fact, it seems, that it has been an impossible task for an unknown group of tyrants, who, for whatever reason, have attempted to conceal or supress such discoveries… Or more importantly, hide the historical tales in which they are all trying to tell us. And these next three, are no exception. The Lanzhou Stone, Discovered in 1999 by Zhilin Wang in a remote mountain...

    published: 23 Jul 2017
  • Mining Geologist

    Mining Geologist

    published: 03 Jan 2012
  • What Happens When Lava Meets Ice?

    #Outrageous_Acts When a team pours molten lava onto ice, the results are surprising. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/outrageous-acts-of-science/ More Outrageous Acts! http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/outrageous-acts-of-science/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Check out SCI2 for infinitely awesome science videos. Every day. http://bit.ly/SCI2YT Join Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sciencechannel#Outrageous_Acts

    published: 13 Mar 2015
  • Career Profile: Exploration Geologist / Mine Geologist

    This video is divided into two segments. The first segment chronicles a field season of an exploration geologist, while the second segment (10:15) shows the work environment in an underground mine.

    published: 12 May 2012
  • Scientist gets too close to lava lake! - Richard Hammond's Journey to the Centre of the Planet - BBC

    More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b012rfvr A scientist takes a big risk to get a lava sample from the rim of a lava lake.

    published: 25 Jul 2011
  • Interview with Tony Mariano, Minerals Exploration Geologist

    January 2011 Vancouver Cambridgehouse Investment Conference

    published: 11 May 2011
  • PEAK GOLD -- Geologist & CEO, Wade Hodges

    Geologist and CEO of Nevada Exploration Wade Hodges joins me to discuss the harsh realities of searching for PHYSICAL gold in a peak gold world. Despite record spending on finding gold in recent years, production of the world's most valuable monetary asset continue to fall. But this geologist - who has already found 30 MILLION ounces of the yellow metal in his career - has a few tricks up his sleeve that may just lead him to the mother lode. For REAL News & Information 24/7: http://sgtreport.com/ http://thelibertymill.com/ Music by Incompetech, "Complexr" Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode The content in my videos and on the SGTbull07 - SGTreport.com channel are provided for...

    published: 18 Jan 2016
  • Rice geologists study half-billion-year-old 'time capsules' on Texas ranch

    When you look at the cliffs overlooking the Llano River in Central Texas, it’s hard to imagine that they were underwater a half-billion years ago and formed part of the North American coastline during the Upper Cambrian era. But that’s what brought Rice marine geologist André Droxler and his team of researchers to a rare land-based expedition. “I never thought on land you could discover something,” he said. “To discover something in the middle of Texas, it’s pretty exciting.” According to Droxler, the Eagle Ridge Ranch located in Mason County near Fredericksburg has some of the best outcrops in the world containing fossilized prehistoric bacteria and microbes. He believes these microbial reefs contained the first forms of life on Earth. Droxler’s team was granted access to the land...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Collecting Geology Samples

    heres a random video of me collecting yet more rock samples from St Joe State Park. the core samples here are atleast 40 years old and possibly 100+. this footage was filmed during my august vacation.

    published: 17 Sep 2013
  • Roadside Geology - Yakima River Rocks

    CWU Geology's Nick Zentner visits the Yakima River Canyon south of Ellensburg, Washington.

    published: 22 Feb 2013
  • iPhone in Molten Aluminum

    Pick-a-Phone Giveaway: http://bit.ly/2h31HZT Brandons Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui7ZL0YM48A Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBackyardScientistOfficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/backyardscientistofficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChemicalKevy Website: http://thebackyardscient.ist/

    published: 24 Dec 2016
  • 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
  • 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
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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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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
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GOLD MINING GEOLOGY !!! What To Look For . ask Jeff Williams

GOLD MINING GEOLOGY !!! What To Look For . ask Jeff Williams

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Looking for Hard Rock Gold deposits.We give some basic tips to help you better understand the three most common types of Gold Deposits that you will see when out looking for Gold. Info you should know if you plan on finding new deposits of your own.
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Planetary geologist: Methane hurricanes may exist - liquid metal hurricanes are less likely

Planetary geologist: Methane hurricanes may exist - liquid metal hurricanes are less likely

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Planetary geologist: Methane hurricanes may exist - liquid metal hurricanes are less likely, Ralf Jaumann: So far, there is no planet that we know of that has liquid water on the surface, besides Earth. And Earth has hurricanes. Liquid water on the surface is a heat buffer and in any case it will produce an atmosphere and solar radiation will make turbulences. So, if you really have a planet with liquid water on the surface, you will have at least thunderstorms. If there was water, but the planet would not turn – what would the missing rotation of the planet mean for the emergence of hurricanes? For a hurricane you need a rotation and temperature differences. Horizontally and also vertically you need movement: The warm air going to the top and the cold air coming down. And you need to have some rotation. The planet probably has to spin at least a little bit – but that is not completely clear. We have a planet like Venus, which doesn't spin very fast. But we see clouds and some sort of weather phenomena on Venus, too. That means there are two things: One is the rotation of the planet, which makes air masses move horizontally, and the other is the temperature difference, which is responsible for the vertical movement. In the atmosphere there you can find a lot of turbulences that are similar to a hurricane. Jupiter has a massive hurricane. Why does that hurricane never stop spinning? What's inside it? Jupiter's rotation axis is vertical to the ecliptic. That means that the solar radiation always has the same conditions. There are no seasons. Jupiter is also rotating very fast: A day takes only ten hours. And it has a lot of vertical wind systems: Hot air masses are coming from the interior, cool down and drop back to the interior. One of the big storms is mostly driven by these vertical wind systems. What would have to change here on Earth to have permanent hurricanes? Earth is a little smaller than Jupiter, it does not turn as fast and we have seasons. That provides for a much more active exchange of air masses between the poles and the equator than what we see on Jupiter. On Jupiter, the air dynamics are taking place in zones: From east to west and from west to east. On Earth it is going from south to north and from north to south. Does that mean in turn, that if earth had an axis directly in line with the orbit, we might have more stable hurricanes? It might happen, yes. Visit : https://abancommercials.com
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Master of Ore Deposit Geology

Master of Ore Deposit Geology

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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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Rock and Mineral Identification

Rock and Mineral Identification

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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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Coke and Lava Nikon D800 and Gopro

Coke and Lava Nikon D800 and Gopro

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Lava flow and two cans of Coca Cola. The first can had a tiny hole punched in the top to prevent it from randomly exploding. I wanted to see if it would fountain as it heated up but, the can just sort of squirted coke. The second can was sealed but, fell over. The lava caused a leak on the lower side. Footage is first from my Nikon D800 and then my old GoPro Hero 2. I had to pull the GoPro away at the end not from the spraying coke but, due to its proximity to the quick moving lobe of lava. The lava was flowing a bit too cool causing it to be less fluid. This series of videos is scientific in nature seeing how differing sealed objects react to the 2000 degree lava hitting it. If anyone's worried this is littering, relax. These items all melted. Think of it as returning metal/materials that we took from mother nature and planet earth. Thanks Earl..... Don't try this at home. Of course if you do have a lava flow at your house, trying this is the least of your problems. Safety precautions were taken and only the GoPro was slightly in harms way. By the end of this outing most of my camera gear was just a bit sticky. There was limited room to move about so, settings are what they are. Yes, the cans are gone. There's nothing for future geologists to dig up. The islands legal and illegal landfills will keep them busy for decades if they themselves haven't been covered by lava in the next 100 years or less. This wasn't shot in the national park. It was an area littered with over 30 years of hiker trash. Thanks for subscribing and watching. Many more videos to come. Be patient. What I do isn't always easy. Be sure and subscribe to my blog for future photo and video updates. lavapix.wordpress.com/ ***All content copyright protected 2013 © Bryan Lowry / lavapix.com All rights reserved worldwide*** "To use this video in a commercial player, advertising or in broadcasts, please email Brave Bison at licensing@bravebison.io
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The Baltic Sea Anomaly ~ A Step Closer To The Truth?

The Baltic Sea Anomaly ~ A Step Closer To The Truth?

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The Baltic sea anomaly is an anomaly in the best sense of the term, it is a 70 metre long object, with numerous sharp edges and right angles prevalent throughout its structure, with a set of stairs on one side, as if deployed from its shape and left to ruin. sonar has also found drag marks behind the object, samples have confirmed it is made of metal, geologist Steve Weiner said that according to his tests, the object WAS NOT a geological formation, suggesting that the structure was in fact made from metals which nature could not reproduce itself. electrical equipment also has mysterious issues when near to the anomaly.Professional-diver Stefan Hogerborn, part of the Ocean X team said, anything electric out there, and the satellite phone as well, stopped working when we were above the object,” “ then when we got away about 200 metres, it turned on again.” Lindberg isn’t convinced that the object is actually an E T spacecraft. In response to one question about what the object might be, Lindberg responded: “I think it is very odd in its shape. It is tough to give an explanation as to what it might be exactly, since different scientists have many different theories." whatever it is, it is something we do not usually find in nature. Sitting in the dark cold depths Of the Baltic sea. it is thought to be over 140,000 years old, ocean x is currently investigating the object, I will keep you updated. clips of footage at beginning Fair Use for educational purposes
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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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euronews futuris - New life for old metal mines

euronews futuris - New life for old metal mines

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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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What a Geologist can do in War - R.A.F. Penrose Jr.

What a Geologist can do in War - R.A.F. Penrose Jr.

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In 1917, after USA’s entrance into the First World War, renowned geologist and GSA President R.A.F. Penrose wrote "What a Geologist can do in War" - a brief brochure to commanding officers in the American military. Under a specially formed committee created in Jan., 1917 to assess the utility of geologists in war, called the Geology and Paleontology Committee of the National Research Council (NRC), Penrose wrote in layman terms about the many ways geologists could be used on the frontlines in the theatre of war. While Britain had been using geologists in front and rear echelon duties, for the first time US military strategists, who were typically unaware what geologists did beyond looking for oil and minerals, could see how to implement these pre-trained mountain-men. American geologists were soon brought to war to aid with the engineering of battlefield infrastructure such as roads, camp sanitation, and artillery emplacements, but also in military reconnaissance. This video is a reading of that work with accompanying pictures and footage.
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"Unbreakable Alien Ring" Found In Geode? (Among Others)

"Unbreakable Alien Ring" Found In Geode? (Among Others)

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Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory There has been a wealth of documented artefacts found within very ancient sediment, coal seams, minerals, and even stones and geodes. All indicating that a vastly different story has taken place upon our earth, to that of what the majority, stubbornly persist in assuming. So many pieces of evidence in fact, it seems, that it has been an impossible task for an unknown group of tyrants, who, for whatever reason, have attempted to conceal or supress such discoveries… Or more importantly, hide the historical tales in which they are all trying to tell us. And these next three, are no exception. The Lanzhou Stone, Discovered in 1999 by Zhilin Wang in a remote mountainous area in northwest China. Upon research being undertaken it was established to be unexplainable. The rock is made of an unknown material, and the metal artefact embedded within, may quite possibly have alien origins. As reported in the ‘Lanzhou Morning News’ on June 26, 2002: "More than 10 geologists, physicists and other specialists from such institutes as the National Land Resources Bureau of china, the Institute of Geology and Minerals Research, and the School of Resources and environment, all eventually studied the possible origins of the stone. The results of these examinations, the possible explanations for its formation or indeed origin, were never released. Amazingly however, the scientists unanimously concluded that the stone is currently one of the most valuable in China, or possibly the world… When pressed for further explanation it was disclosed that the rock will apparently be extremely important for future research and quote, “Archaeological studies." Any further disclosure regarding the scientist’s discoveries has remained elusive… The Wolfsegg Iron, has a similarly suppressed story, over 20 million years old, this extremely ancient, and clearly once worked cube of iron, may have also come from space. Indeed, that is a conclusion many educated researchers arrived at. Although attempts to discredit such claims involve recent testing which has shown the cube lacks usual elements present in meteoritic material… They all avoid mentioning its strong magnetic characteristics, a signature uncannily similar to that found in meteorites and other objects with an “other worldly” origin. It was discovered when a workman at the Braun iron foundry in Schondorf, Austria, was breaking up a block of lignite that had been mined at Wolfsegg. In 1886, mining engineer Adolf Gurlt reported the object to the Natural History Society of Bonn, who noted that the object was coated with a thin layer of rust, was made of iron, and had a specific gravity of 7.75. Early descriptions of the object appeared in contemporary editions of the scientific journals Nature and L'Astronomie, identified at the time by numerous scientists as being a fossil meteorite. Now virtually unanimously concluded to have been manmade, it has thus been unexplainable… stolen at one point, it was strangely returned to another museum, now without a compelling mainstream explanation, it has simply been condemned to the history books as some form of elaborate hoax. Impossible artefacts have been found in the most unusual of places, for example, a seemingly unbreakable piece of unknown metal, possibly a ring of ancient, or, according to man’s official history, alien origin found within a Geode, encapsulated for over 200 million years… It is now largely presumed that the object was quickly sold to a private collector, most people begin with good intentions but sadly, are often allured away by various means of temptation, subsequently allowing such relics to disappear into the archives of the past. This is mikes contact email to coast to coast, Quote, “My name is Mike Walters and I'm an amateur geologist. I often come across geodes. I have opened thousands of these and have found beautiful crystal and mineral deposits. However, I have never found anything like this: it appears to be polished metal. This report, and the accompanying image, it seems, is all that we will ever see regarding this compelling artefact. A mysterious fate experienced by many such artefacts, for example, sadly, only the wolfsegg iron now remains in the public domain for future testing. What secret within our past is felt by some clearly powerful people, as an imperative to keep concealed from the majority of the world? Maybe the question should be, will we ever be ready, or indeed able to find out… Music by Alexander Hoff & Myuu http://www.coasttocoastam.com/photo/view/strange_geode/43769 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfsegg_Iron http://thebiggestsecretsoftheworld.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/lanzhou-stone-proof-of-life-on-other.html
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Mining Geologist

Mining Geologist

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Mining Geologist
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What Happens When Lava Meets Ice?

What Happens When Lava Meets Ice?

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#Outrageous_Acts When a team pours molten lava onto ice, the results are surprising. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/outrageous-acts-of-science/ More Outrageous Acts! http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/outrageous-acts-of-science/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Check out SCI2 for infinitely awesome science videos. Every day. http://bit.ly/SCI2YT Join Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sciencechannel#Outrageous_Acts
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Career Profile: Exploration Geologist / Mine Geologist

Career Profile: Exploration Geologist / Mine Geologist

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  • Updated: 12 May 2012
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This video is divided into two segments. The first segment chronicles a field season of an exploration geologist, while the second segment (10:15) shows the work environment in an underground mine.
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Scientist gets too close to lava lake! - Richard Hammond's Journey to the Centre of the Planet - BBC

Scientist gets too close to lava lake! - Richard Hammond's Journey to the Centre of the Planet - BBC

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2011
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More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b012rfvr A scientist takes a big risk to get a lava sample from the rim of a lava lake.
https://wn.com/Scientist_Gets_Too_Close_To_Lava_Lake_Richard_Hammond's_Journey_To_The_Centre_Of_The_Planet_BBC
Interview with Tony Mariano, Minerals Exploration Geologist

Interview with Tony Mariano, Minerals Exploration Geologist

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  • Updated: 11 May 2011
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PEAK GOLD -- Geologist & CEO, Wade Hodges

PEAK GOLD -- Geologist & CEO, Wade Hodges

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2016
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Geologist and CEO of Nevada Exploration Wade Hodges joins me to discuss the harsh realities of searching for PHYSICAL gold in a peak gold world. Despite record spending on finding gold in recent years, production of the world's most valuable monetary asset continue to fall. But this geologist - who has already found 30 MILLION ounces of the yellow metal in his career - has a few tricks up his sleeve that may just lead him to the mother lode. For REAL News & Information 24/7: http://sgtreport.com/ http://thelibertymill.com/ Music by Incompetech, "Complexr" Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode The content in my videos and on the SGTbull07 - SGTreport.com channel are provided for informational purposes only. Use the information found in these videos as a starting point for conducting your own research and conduct your own due diligence BEFORE making any significant investing decisions. SGTbull07 - SGTreport.com assumes all information to be truthful and reliable; however, I cannot and do not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of this information. Thank you.
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Rice geologists study half-billion-year-old 'time capsules' on Texas ranch

Rice geologists study half-billion-year-old 'time capsules' on Texas ranch

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2015
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When you look at the cliffs overlooking the Llano River in Central Texas, it’s hard to imagine that they were underwater a half-billion years ago and formed part of the North American coastline during the Upper Cambrian era. But that’s what brought Rice marine geologist André Droxler and his team of researchers to a rare land-based expedition. “I never thought on land you could discover something,” he said. “To discover something in the middle of Texas, it’s pretty exciting.” According to Droxler, the Eagle Ridge Ranch located in Mason County near Fredericksburg has some of the best outcrops in the world containing fossilized prehistoric bacteria and microbes. He believes these microbial reefs contained the first forms of life on Earth. Droxler’s team was granted access to the land after working with Woodlands resident Donald Shepard and his wife, Rose, who own the ranch. The professor of Earth science also secured funding from four major oil companies that had interest in the research on microbial reefs. Since 2012 the Rice professor and graduate students have made many trips to Mason County, drilled more than 150 core samples and virtually mapped the area using a drone. Droxler said the three summers here “have been some of the happiest summers I have had in my life,” and he returns with the same excitement as the first time he paddled down the Llano River in search of half-billion-year-old “time capsules.”
https://wn.com/Rice_Geologists_Study_Half_Billion_Year_Old_'Time_Capsules'_On_Texas_Ranch
Collecting Geology Samples

Collecting Geology Samples

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  • Updated: 17 Sep 2013
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heres a random video of me collecting yet more rock samples from St Joe State Park. the core samples here are atleast 40 years old and possibly 100+. this footage was filmed during my august vacation.
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Roadside Geology - Yakima River Rocks

Roadside Geology - Yakima River Rocks

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  • Updated: 22 Feb 2013
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iPhone in Molten Aluminum

iPhone in Molten Aluminum

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  • Updated: 24 Dec 2016
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Pick-a-Phone Giveaway: http://bit.ly/2h31HZT Brandons Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui7ZL0YM48A Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBackyardScientistOfficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/backyardscientistofficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChemicalKevy Website: http://thebackyardscient.ist/
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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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  • Updated: 16 Jan 2014
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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.
https://wn.com/A_Career_As_An_Exploration_Geologist_Advice_For_Young_Geologists
Working in Morocco - Exploration Geology

Working in Morocco - Exploration Geology

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  • Updated: 28 May 2016
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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
https://wn.com/Working_In_Morocco_Exploration_Geology
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