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  • These are truely amazing shots and I have seen most if not all in person during an optical minerology course way back in my distant and receding past.

    Lunar regolith

  • Anyone who can make a living looking at slivers of rock under a microscope optical minerology are braver men than I!

    Sciencemag on House E&C Hearing « Climate Audit

  • Apart from the intrinsic value of the biology and minerology and geo-microbiology that we do there, we're also using these as templates for figuring out how to go look for life on other planets.

    Penelope Boston says there might be life on Mars

  • I always had an interest in science, in those years minerology and astronomy (I was a member of a minerological society and an astronomical society as a child).

    Walter Gilbert - Autobiography

  • I had made a long study of minerology in which I found each stone or mettle was in a division of life that was its own, and no other stone could appear dressed in its garb, from the black silurian to the purely transparent crystal.

    Philosophy of Osteopathy

  • The minerology of the shale rocks in China is also primarily what is called non-marine, which means their productivity could be lower.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • - ed for zoology, botany, minerology, chemistry, anatomy, which will be ready for April 1819. we have agreed to propose to yourself, adding to it Law, because that will draw to it many students & make it very profitable. to these professors 1000.

    Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Thomas Cooper [1817].

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