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Leapfrog is fast, dynamic 3D geological modelling software. http://www.leapfrog3d.com
Leapfrog is fast, dynamic 3D geological modelling software. http://www.leapfrog3d.com

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Has anyone visited this peculiar museum in Japan? It houses all kinds of jinmenseki, or rock with a human face, including celebrity lookalikes like Elvis Presley.
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ARANZ Geo has been named a multi category finalist in the New Zealand Innovation Awards 2017: http://bit.ly/2vKwLtI
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The the original glow in the dark experience! Florescent minerals radiate an amazing array of colours under ultraviolet light. Any idea what makes them glow?

http://geology.com/articles/fluorescent-minerals/fluorescent-minerals.jpg
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New data has shown that water is present on the moon’s surface and in its interior. So if we have to move there, at least we can make coffee…
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It may be cold outside, but just looking this fiery red Rhodochrosite is keeping us nice and toasty!
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Geologists and investors are ecstatic about the latest gold find in Australia. Sample ore grades could be among the highest in the world.
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Happy Friday! Here’s to making the last day of the week as productive as this ↓ #Fridayfeels
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NASA scientist are developing a plan to stop supervolcanoes from erupting, and use harvested geothermal energy to power communities for thousands of years.
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Researchers have found that chimpanzees have the ability to learn how to play rock, paper, scissors. Sounds like they’d make a monkey out of us pretty quickly, because we’d pick rock every time #rockforthewin

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170810104846.htm
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It really is what's on the inside that counts. Any guesses on what type of rock this is?
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