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    Misconception

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    What is Geology?

    What is Geology? The study of Earth materials, structures, processes and life over time.
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    Meteorites

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    Ilmenite

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    Fire Opal

    Fire Opal is a transparent to translucent opal with a yellow, orange or red background color.
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    Coal Through a Microscope - Coal is more than a black rock. It is THE most interesting rock.
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    Rocks on Mars

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    Olivine

    Olivine - Abundant in Earth*s mantle. A constituent of meteorites. The gem peridot.
    Chalcopyrite

    Chalcopyrite - The most important ore of copper for over five thousand years.
    Uses of Talc

    Talc is a soft mineral used in cosmetics, paper, paint, ceramics and many other products.
    Mount Vesuvius

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    Crushed Stone

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    Pyroxene Minerals

    Pyroxene Minerals are a group of chain silicate minerals found in igneous and metamorphic rocks.