I Love Geology

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    Can You Geologists Give Me An Opinion On This Guy Please?

    about the melting methane glacier under Florida (apparently), and the rubbish poetry Hello people, hope you are all well? and not living through false flag hell but this particular standard if it happens, will be heard around the world, according to dude but i have always liked...
    MAKETEANOTWAR MAKETEANOTWAR
    41-45, M
    1 Response Aug 3, 2010

    Igneous

    I'm a geology student. I believe that Geology is one of the coolest sciences because in order to understand it you have to learn to think in a very small scale (atoms scale) and also in a huge scale. I also like the fact that it takes you in different places, you could be in the...
    Morgania Morgania
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jan 13, 2008

    Fascinating Earth

    I'm fascinated by the stories the rocks tell about the ancient history of the Earth. Living as I am presently in a country with more than its fair share of volcanic and earthquake activity, I have plenty of opportunity to study the results of this often violent history.
    Drena Drena
    31-35, F
    1 Response Dec 31, 2009

    I belong to the Geological Association here in

    Wales. In the winter we have lectures every month. In the universities. In the summer we have field trips. I go with my sister. She is a Geology student. She understands a lot more than me but its still really interesting.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Mar 9, 2015

    The Troll King's Hat.

    ..Torghatten is a mountain on Torget Island in Norway. It is most famously known for a hole (or tunnel) in the center. The hole measures 520 feet (160 meters) long, 115 feet (35 meters) high and 66 feet (20 meters) wide.According to legend, the hole was made by the troll...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    2 Responses Nov 20, 2015

    Geology Rocks

    Any one else ever almost swerve off the road because you were staring at a gorgeous rock while driving? Ha.
    gneisscleavagerocks gneisscleavagerocks
    18-21, F
    Nov 7, 2013

    Current Obsession...

    Hertfordshire Puddingstone. I don't know what it is, but there is something about this silty stone that makes me want to hoard it. I have a tiny sample, but I would love to have a much larger sample like the one in the picture. One from Hertfordshire, not one of the man-made...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Nov 30, 2007

    Needing To Know What's Underneath

    I came to understand my passion for geology more clearly when I went to the beach with my father one day some years ago. The beaches near where I live are OK, but nothing special geologically speaking because the prevalent geology is superficial (sands & clays) - with a chalk...
    bornexplorer bornexplorer
    36-40, M
    Sep 19, 2012

    I wonder what is the influence on humans on

    Earth when the reversal of Earth' s magnetic field occurs. I heard it's possible that this happens in the interval of 100 years.
    ExileMyself ExileMyself
    31-35, F
    Aug 14, 2015

    Romantic Rock?This is a little late

    for Valentine's Day, but...This is located on the Hawaiian island of Maui at Nakalele Point.Erosion by water and wind has created this heart-shaped hole (or puka).
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    2 Responses Feb 16

    Jeita Grotto...Jeita Grotto is located

    approximately 11 miles (18 km) north of Beirut, Lebanon. It consists of two separate, but interconnected limestone caves (the upper & lower grotto). It is the longest cave in the Middle East at 5.6 miles (9 km).The caves were initially known as the Grottoes of Nahr al-Kalb...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    Dec 30, 2015

    Living In Colorado

    Is like have a front row seat to greatest show on earth, the folding of the earth. Pretty darn cool place to drive if you know what your looking at.
    coloco coloco
    61-65, M
    1 Response Mar 2, 2013

    Watermelon Tourmaline.

    ..Watermelon tourmaline has been located in various parts of the world; including Africa, Brazil, Sri Lanka, and the United States, to name a few.Tourmalines come in various colors depending on the elements and quantities present.Those rich in Iron are are black to bluish-black...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    1 Response Mar 22

    I Can't Wait to Get Into the Field

    I am currently working toward a degree in Geology. Alot of people ask me why I would pursue this degree. When I explained to them the variety of careers that can be the outcome of being a Geology major, they start to understand. The study of how our Earth was formed can benefit...
    sherawfire sherawfire
    22-25, F
    1 Response Aug 25, 2009

    Hi

    OK, so I only took one class in college but it was awesome!  In fact, everyone I know who took a geology class in my school has loved it.  Just something about those rock formations... This is an awesome group.  If I could minor in geology, I would.  Is it...
    HumphreyTungsten HumphreyTungsten
    22-25, M
    Nov 30, 2007

    Looking For People

    in america and germany, for geological activities, to participate in the Google Lunar XPrize (www.googlelunarxprize.org)
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Apr 7, 2012

    The Marble Cathedral.

    ..The Marble Cathedral is set in General Carrera Lake in the Patagonia region of Chile.This site is as remote as it is beautiful. Visitors must first fly to Santiago, then 800 miles (1287 km) to the next largest city (Coyhaique). After that, you must navigate 200 miles (322 km...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    1 Response Feb 2

    Give Me Your Advice.

    I am highschool student who want to be a geologist. I live in Korea. I love geology that I learned through school education. Thereby, I began to start looking for university that have a 'geology' major but there is only a few subject called 'geology' not 'Environmental sience...
    IsaacPark IsaacPark
    18-21
    Apr 25, 2012

    The Practical Application Of Geology

    after 32 years as a paid geologist, 8 years of schooling and now retirement, I find that my passion for the study of the earth is undiminished. I worked in engineering geology on the Tenn-Tom waterway in MS, a mining geologist in UT, NV and a hazmat geologist in almost every...
    escambia escambia
    56-60, M
    May 21, 2011

    Here's to hoping I did well on my Physical

    Geology Exam 2 today plus 4 hrs of Lab assignment, no break.... Straight GO GO GO! These past three days overall have been brutal, and testy! Ugh so dead....
    Versipora Versipora
    26-30, M
    Oct 23, 2014

    Svartifoss...This is located in Skaftafell

    National Park, Iceland. The name Svartifoss means "black falls" and it refers to the black columns of basalt that frame the actual water fall.These basalt columns have provided inspiration for Icelandic architects, most visibly in he Hallgrímskirkja ...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    Nov 23, 2015

    Geology!!!

    As a kid, my father and I would walk around to different places, looking for rocks. It was simply amazing! While I was younger, I had no idea what any of them where named, I picked them up because they looked real pretty. I had found one when I was 7 that had almost a crystal...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Dec 9, 2012

    The Empress Of Uruguay.

    ..  The Empress of Uruguay is billed as the world's largest amethyst geode. A geode is a rock with a hollow cavity lined with crystals.This particular geode is 10.7 feet (3.3 meters) high and weighs 5512 pounds (2500 kilograms).It was found in Uruguay (hence the name) and...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    1 Response Mar 16

    I love our dynamic earth!

    It's just so amazing, I've learnt at school something so unbelievable. Did you know: there's over 2,000 seismic waves in the earths mantle and inner & outer core. Also, seismic waves usually go in a straight line but the convection current in the mantle stops it. How amazing!
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Dec 22, 2015

    Bryce Canyon National Park,

    Utah...Technically not a canyon, Bryce consists of a series of amphitheaters eroded into the side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau.Filling these spaces are the park's most distinctive natural features -- hoodoos, pinnacles of colorful eroded sedimentary rock as tall as 200ft.The...
    sciguy18 sciguy18
    56-60, M
    1 Response Dec 2, 2015
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