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Phoebe Sleath Sep 17
Replying to @MineralCup
Hope this helps all the fans to feel a little less salty! 🧂🧂
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Heather Rockspotter Sep 16
has its own UNESCO World Heritage site! 🧂 Wieliczka mine, Poland, has been worked since the 13th century, and is both strange & stunning - worth a visit. This chandelier is made from halite...
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tectonictweets 16 Sep 18
Replying to @tectonictweets
Round 1 MATCH 14: up today we have vs . you have 24hrs to vote for the mineral of your choice in
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Molly Witter Sep 16
obviously because my little tiny western NY hometown has the largest operating salt mine in the US! (The old mine partially collapsed in 1994 and made our house start sinking so we had to move 😅)
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Jael #SOGIEEqualityNow 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 16
It's simple. You can't lick Serpentine. Vote friends it's what makes your food tasty. 😛
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La Sequeira Sep 16
As a structural geologist, I will go with the flow
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cavalos7 Sep 16
"Have you tried licking it?" Yes, I have! .
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Shades Sep 16
Replying to @MineralCup
COME on people! We have to vote for . We can't live without it! , on the other hand, WILL kill you.
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Heather Rockspotter Sep 16
Have you ever seen a stalactite? Rare but beautiful, this one is from Lubin Mine, Poland, and its’ wiggly growth is probably caused by air currents .. (from: Forti, Paolo.(2017), Chemical deposits in evaporite caves. Int. Journal of Speleology.)
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Mineral Cup Sep 16
has held a steady 10% lead over for most of the day. With 6 hours left, is that how it’ll stay?
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PME UBC Sep 16
Replying to @MineralCup
How can you argue with this stunning, deep blue from , , ?
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Daniela B van den Heuvel Sep 16
Are there any geological uses for ? Why would you try and analyse it for example? Asking for a friend on ...
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Dr Sandbox Sep 16
Replying to @MineralCup
Vote !! It can do wonderfully complex things! And is rather fun to model in the labs...
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Matt Billing Sep 16
gets my vote today in . A cubic crystal system with space group Fm-3m.
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Ilya Kutuzov 19 Nov 17
Recent teepee structure in the upper layer of the Dead Sea western coastal
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Mika McKinnon Sep 21
may have already lost , but my beloved salt got an excellent tribute in this piece by on all the ways it can be used in cocktails. Rock licking x fancy cocktails = Saturday science
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Jack Beyer 16 Sep 18
Replying to @thejackbeyer
Heres my Pink haul from 2017.
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MineralExpert.org Sep 16
Replying to @MineralCup
And unusual green halite crystals from Inowroclaw, Poland
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Ralph R Sep 16
Replying to @MineralCup
This is my sample of delicate, pick, box-textured from Trona, CA. Now ask some simple questions. Can look like that? Can you put it on your fries? can you de-ice your drive with it? Can you buggery. Vote .
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MNHNL - natur musée 23 Aug 15
Eatable mineral: commonly known as rock salt from Neuhof-Ellers in Germany is our
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