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  • Jeffrey Johnson discusses Chaiten Volcano Jeffrey Johnson, Assistant Professor of Geophysics in the Earth & Environmental Science department at New Mexico Tech, discusses his two-week trip to Chaiten Volcano in Chile which began erupting May 2, 2008, and was still erupting as of June 23, 2008, the date of this video.
  • Lecture - What controls the explosivity of subglacial rhyolitic eruptions in Iceland? Jacqueline Owen (Lancaster University) explains why 3 volcanoes in Iceland with the same type of magma had different styles of eruption.
  • Dadi Silver Polymetallic Project Dadi is one of the six exploration properties of Sanhe Sino-Top Resources and Technologies Ltd. ("Sino-Top"), a Chinese company that holds exclusive exploration rights to these properties, located in the prolific Erbahuo Silver District in Inner Mongolia, China. Silver Dragon Resources Inc. has a 40% ownership interest in Sino-Top. The Dadi exploration area, covering 12.48 square kilometers, is located in the Mesozoic volcanic basin in Keshiketeng County, Inner Mongolia, China. Geologically, Dadi is located in the south edge of the Daxinganling metallogenic belt and at the joint between the Daxinganling mountain chain (with north-east direction) and the Xilamulunhe structure belt which trends in an east-west direction. These two structural belts are also two major ore-forming belts of China. This entire tectonic setting provides a dynamic geologic environment for the development of mineralizing systems. The major exposed rocks in the Dadi Property are Upper Jurassic Baiyingaolao Formation dacitic tuffaceous lava, dacitic tuff, rhyolitic tuff, and tuffaceous sandstone and conglomerate, among which dacitic tuffaceous lava and dacitic tuff are the main host rocks of mineralization. An independent review of Dadi was completed in Q1-2010, with the results presented in a Technical Report prepared by Southampton Associates Inc. of Toronto, Canada (see press release of May 6, 2010). A preliminary feasibility study has been completed for Dadi in accordance with Canadian Securities ...
  • Pantelleria Island - Sicily - Italy Ferries to Sicily: Pantelleria (Sicilian: Pantiddirìa), the ancient Cossyra, is an Italian island in the Strait of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, 100 km (62.1 mi) southwest of Sicily and just 70 km (43.5 mi) east of the Tunisian coast. Administratively Pantelleria is a comune belonging to the Sicilian province of Trapani. With an area of 83 km2 (32 sq mi), it is the largest volcanic satellite island of Sicily. The island of Pantelleria is located above a drowned continental rift in the Strait of Sicily and has been the locus of intensive volcano-tectonic activity. The 15-km-long (9.3 mi) island is the emergent summit of a largely submarine edifice.[1] Two large Pleistocene calderas dominate the island, the older of the two formed about 114000 years ago and the younger, Cinque Denti caldera formed about 45000 years ago.[2] The eruption that formed the Cinque Denti caldera produced the distinctive Green Tuff deposit that covers much of the island, and is found across the Mediterranean, as far away as the island of Lesbos in the Aegean.[3] Holocene eruptions have constructed pumice cones, lava domes, and short, blocky lava flows.[4] Post Green Tuff activity constructed the cone of Monte Gibele, part of which was subsequently uplifted to form Montagna Grande. Several vents are located on three sides of the uplifted Montagna Grande block on the SE side of the island. A submarine eruption in 1891 from a vent off the NW coast is the only confirmed historical ...
  • Rhyolitic - Rhyolite Vol.1 Full Mix Listen in 1080p. The full mix of Rhyolite Vol.1. The first of many Volumes to come. Photograph taken and supplied by Robbie Giles Media (check out some of his stuff!) T-shirt in photo supplied by Nocturnal Clothing (Check out their kit, gonna be a big clothing line)
  • Inside Yellowstone - Mammoth Hot Springs The Mammoth Hot Spring terraces are the result of the hot water flowing through limestone rather than volcanic rhyolitic rock. The limestone is dissolved and then redeposited on the surface forming millions of terraces of all sizes.
  • Tetteguche State Park (view from Palesaides) View looking north to Shovel Point. Beaver Bay Complex, Precambrian Mid-Continental Rift Event. Rhyolitic Lava flows. Video Shot in Second week of August 2010, note the arch has not yet collapsed. The arch was an inconoclastic structure in the park for its history and collapsed in mid-August 2010, about a week later, to become a stack.
  • Volcano And Magma/Lava Types Earth Science II
  • Eruption after person falls in lava lake of volcano (test with organic waste, garbage, trash) **NEW: Spectacular nighttime explosive eruption: ** Incineration of waste in Erta Ale Volcanoes lava lake. It is frequently discussed whether it is possible to sink in lava. Due to its high density, a person would generally be expected to remain on the surface. Indeed it is possible to briefly walk on certain types of lava if professional heat-protective clothing is worn (do not try yourself). However, the video shows that falling from a height, a person would be able to penetrate the crust of the lake and submerge in it. The test was performed with a box of camp waste (largely food rests) in a bin bag. Estimated weight 30kg, Size 60x60x60cm. Fall height, about 80m. The lake reacts with violent lava fountaining activity, presumably in part due to steam produced from the organic matter. The lava lake at Erta Ale has persisted for many years and contains relatively fluid basaltic lava. Only few volcanoes have such lakes. Due to the large number of copyright violations, users are reminded that they may not resubmit the video or parts of it (in amended or unamended form) under their own name. This is the original version of the video which I filmed myself and of which I am the sole rights holder. You can view the video for free as many times as you like here, so there is no benefit to the internet community if people reupload copies of it.
  • Frying Pan Lake The largest hotspring in the world "Frying Pan Lake" started as a massive crater blown out during the 1886 rift erption of the rhyolitic lava domes, Mount Tarawera. Over many years a hydrothermal system was created and as a result the lake is a boiling radiator for the volcanic area releasing alot steam and gases caused by the shallow magma. Dancing fumeroles and mats of blue/green thermophillic algae line the ever changing hypnotic spring.
  • Yellowstone EQ activity at background levels Yellowstone earthquake activity remains at background levels... WEBSITE: by: Adonai Featured image: An eruption of Old Faithful, perhaps the world's best known geyser, rises above Yellowstone's Upper Geyser Basin. Old Faithful is a periodic geyser, with eruptions to heights of about 40 m at intervals of 30 to 100 minutes. Old Faithful Lodge to the right provides a rustic backdrop to the Upper Geyser Basin, which contains more geysers than are known altogether in the rest of the world. The forested ridge in the background is underlain by massive post-caldera rhyolitic lava flows of the Madison Plateau. Photo by Lee Siebert, 1968 (Smithsonian Institution). no copyright infringement is ever intended. FAIRUSE: This site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. I am making such material available in a effort to advance the understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc... I believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 USC Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. If any individual wishes to go beyond the fair use law, they should ...
  • Part 0007 2008 THE BEST BEST OF CWK TEXAS NEW MEX AZ BAJA CA LAPAZ MEX 4 MONTH MISSION check out Kennys art ate , ... THE DOCUMENTARY best best of 2008 cruisinwithkenny is in New Mexico interview with the geode kid the Collection of the Geode Kid A Short History of the Collection at the Basin Range Volcanics Geolapidary Museum: Split, shifted, and resilicified, from the Priday Ranch, OregonOur collection of thundereggs (lithophysae) is the largest and most complete, for variety of locations, in the world. The quality of the specimens displayed are the best from each location, selected from tens of thousands we have cut over 46 years of collecting. Over 100 locations of flawless specimens show how different each are from one another, so much so that a seasoned collector can identify, by sight, exactly where each egg came from. Split and shifted by earth-faulting, this specimen was completely recemented with silica. Author holding a large egg from Never Again Mine, Deming, NMI started collecting for variety of locations when, at age 15, I noticed that each deposit produced thundereggs uniquely different from site to site, and sometimes at different points in a single deposit. Through the years, I and my partner, Christopher Blackwell, researched geologic maps in college libraries nearest the areas we planned to prospect. By knowing the formations thundereggs occur in-- the presence of rhyolite as an immiscible component in perlite-- we greatly enhanced the success of our prospecting. A large lithophysa from the Never Again Mine, Deming, New ...
  • Volcanoes - Lesson 5 - Part 5 of 7 Volcanoes - Lesson 5 -- part 5 of 7 •Illustration show main types of extrusive igneous rocks; Basalt, andesite, & rhyolite •5 types in volcano locations along plates •Basalt -- fluid ; Aa and Pahoehoe •Temperature and silica •Basalt erupted at mid-ocean ridges form pillow lava •Pillow lava of NWT footage •Dr Ridler talking about Pillow lava in NWT •Cross-section of pillow lava •Giants Causeway quick cooling of basalt; six sided structure
  • light colored granite quality basalt Region 3: Absolute Black Granite: Desert Varnish And Lichen: Knappable: Granite: Igneous Rock: Basalt and: Light Grey Natural Pathway Granite Cube Stone,Buy Quality Light Grey Natural Pathway Granite Cube Stone from Manufacturers and Suppliers on: Granite is the rock most often quarried as a "dimension stone" (a natural rock material that has been cut into blocks or slabs of specific length, width and thickness). Granite is hard enough to resist most abrasion, strong enough to bear significant weight, inert enough to resist weathering and it accepts a brilliant polish. These characteristics make it a very desirable and useful dimension stone. These rocks are abundant in island arcs and along active continental margins. They aremonly lighter-colored and less heavy than basaltic rocks and contain no quartz. Andesite lavas, named for the Andes Mountains, are intermediate in chemicalposition between the basaltic-gabbroic and rhyolitic-granitic rocks. A fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock made up of lithified silica-rich clay and silt-sized particles. Some mudstones will display mud cracks; a result of lake bed sediment exposed above water. Better quality silicified mudstone will typically range in various shades of brown ...
  • Layman's Guide to Lava Beds - Glass Mountain One of my favorite vacation spots, Lava Beds National Monument in Northern California. This is Glass Mountain, an enormous rhyolitic lava flow between the Lava Beds and and Medicine Lake. Geologists please forgive me for my terrible explanations. Just mute it and enjoy the view. The Glass Mountain lava flow is extremely young--only about 900 years old. There were native people in the area at the time that probably witnessed the eruption, and later used the obsidian to make arrowheads for hunting.
  • Ticking Time Bomb Beneath Yellowstone ! Montana issues emergency order for spill In Yellowstone ! My FaceBook : Yes I have it ! My Blog : Other YouTube Channel http When SHDF !Link Below ! Montana's governor declared a state of emergency Tuesday related to a ruptured pipeline that caused tens of thousands of gallons...
  • Firelands PTR - Reckoning of Lightninghoof vs. Lord Rhyolith (Full Kill Video) Benefitz Prot Warrior POV Subscribe to this channel for more Reckoning Firelands PTR videos, as well as FULL heroic boss coverage for the upcoming 4.2 patch on live servers. Reckoning is currently the 24th ranked guild in the United States for Heroic PVE Content. We are recruiting for Firelands testing and beyond. Apply today!
  • ICELAND GEYSER ERUPTION (Haukadalur geothermal area) Unedited footage of a geyser erupting in volcanic field in Iceland during December 30 2012 visit. Very cool...video doesn't do justice... Haukadalur, Golden Circle Haukadalur, Iceland Litli Geysir, Haukadalur, Iceland This valley lies to the north of the Laugarvatn in the south of Iceland at 64°18′40″N 20°17′2″W. There are to be seen some of the most famous sights of the island: the geysers and other geothermal features which have developed on Laugarfjall rhyolitic dome.[1] The biggest geysers of Haukadalur are Strokkur and Geysir itself, which gave others their name. Strokkur is very dependable and erupts every 5 to 10 minutes, whereas the bigger Geysir only erupts 4 to 5 times a day. There are also more than 40 other little hot springs, mud pots and fumaroles nearby. Haukadalur geothermal area was first mentioned in written sources in 1294, when the local hot springs were activated by earthquake. Earthquakes are known to activate local geysers also in the recent past, including 17th and 21st July 2000 earthquake. Due to geysers the valley has been the prime tourist attraction of Iceland since the 18th century.
  • Tetteguche State Park (View from Shovel Point) North Shore park in Minnesota, part of the Beaver Bay Complex. Rhyolitic lava flows, part of the Mid-Continental Rifting Event, Precambrian. Approximately 80 cubic kilometers of lava flow. View from Shovel Point to Palesaides. Note the arch in middlle of view has not yet collapsed when this video was flimed in August 2010.
  • Minyon Falls - Gold Coast Hiking Meetup Group Minyon Falls at Nightcap National Park, NSW. The park is located on the southern rim of the caldera of the Mount Warning shield volcano. Basalt and rhyolite lava flows from the volcano have influenced the vegetation communities in the area. Warm temperate rainforest is found throughout the park on soils with a rhyolitic base while sub-tropical rainforest is supported by nutrient rich basalt soils. Nightcap National Park has the highest annual rainfall in New South Wales. The dominant massifs, sheer cliff walls, lush green gullies and spectacular waterfalls which make up Nightcap National Park are relics of its volcanic past. The park provides habitat for a number of significant species including the little bent-winged bat, wompoo fruit-dove, masked owl, Stephen's banded snake and red-legged pademelon. Fleay's barred frog and Coxen's fig-parrot have been recorded in the park but not sighted in the wild for some time.
  • Earthquake Fault, Mammoth Mountain, California The Earthquake Fault is a popular stop for many skiers on the way to Mammoth Mountain. Although much has been written about this "fault" its origin remains the subject of much debate. The fissure trends north-south like many of the known faults in the Mammoth area. Some geologists have suggested that it represents the southern extension of the Hartley Springs fault. In fact, as early as 1936 it was proposed that the west side of the fault had dropped as much as three feet. Nonetheless, no slickensides are apparent on outcrop and the postulated offset is problematic at best. Even the suggestion of west-side down motion is inconsistent with the typical east-side down pattern of range front faulting. This has led to a suggestion that the fault is merely a fissure formed during cooling of the black, glassy, rhyolitic lava flows. This, however, is difficult to rationalize as the Rhyodacites of Mammoth Mountain are thought to be at least 50000 years old and a crack of this nature is almost certainly Holocene in age. A more intriguing explanation is that the crack represents the head scarp of a large landslide block or that it is a tension crack formed during warping, similar to those those at the Big Pumice Cut. Reportedly the "fault" was reactivated during the 1980 Mammoth earthquake and the trail down into the fissure was closed. It is now thought the apparent motion at the bottom of the fissure resulted from settling of unconsolidated material. Some researchers have also ...
  • 3D Model Of Yellowstone Hotspot and Plume The Yellowstone plume has been tomographically imaged as a tilted body extending from 80 km depth at the Yellowstone Plateau to 660 km depth beneath western Montana. Geodynamic modeling of the plume finds that the plume is up to 120 K hotter than the surrounding mantle, with a maximum of 2.5% melt and a small buoyancy flux of 0.25 MG/s, properties of a cool, weak plume. Mantle flow modeling is used to constrain the evolution of the hotspot: the Yellowstone plume initially ascended vertically through the mantle beneath the thin, accreted lithosphere of the Columbia Plateau and was responsible for the 17 Ma flood basalts there. At 12 Ma, the plume passed beneath the thicker North American lithosphere and became entrained in eastward upper mantle return flow, resulting in a shift of volcanic activity to the southeast and the onset of rhyolitic eruptions caused by melting in the lithosphere. As the North America plate moved southwest, hotspot volcanism propagated northeast, and the resulting tectonic and magmatic interactions produced the 700-km-long Yellowstone-Snake River Plain magmatic system. Credit: University of Utah Seismology and Active Tectonics Research Group
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  • Brennisteinsalda (view from the top), Landmannalaugar, South Iceland Brennisteinsalda is a 855m high volcanic peak, close to the Landmannalaugar huts. The region is extremely beautiful and volcanic. Brennisteinsalda is perhaps the most colorful mountain in Iceland. You can see yellow, pink, blue, reds, white, green and black colors in different places. This is due to the rich chemical composition of the rhyolitic rocks. The lava field around the mountain was created from an eruption in 1477, but it still steams. The hike to Brennisteinsalda takes about 45min each way and is easy, except the last part up which can be very slipery and difficult if wet. From the top the views are fantastic, you can see the colorful rhyolite mountains around, the black Blahnukur mountain in front to the northeast, and Mt Hekla to the east (another black mountain that appears at the end of the video, at distance). The top is flat and yellow. When you go down the mountain, you can also see the nice colorful mountains to the South. At Landmannalaugar there is a natural hot pool, that you should not miss the change to dip into!
  • Tectonique: an intense volcanic story In which Kathryn shows her creative year 11 self and pure story writing talent during geography lessons... clearly this is a story which needs to be published :P Dont forget to check out: Bekah: Katie: Elise:
  • Tochigi Short Trip Route 1 - Utsunomiya - on JP TIME TV 日語大放送Part 2 *Japanavi Summer Vacation in Japan* Visit jptime.tv for lots of information about the show. This episode... Short trip from Tokyo! Guide for the Tochigi Raiders! Route 1 Utsunomiya, Motegi and Mashiko Rie and Jam examine Oya-cho's famous stones and explore the "unknown space" of the underground rhyolitic tuff breccia (Oya stone) quarry where unique acoustics have created a very special concert venue. In Motegi they try "must eat" fresh and natural strawberry ice-cream, and learn about emoga oil. 東京近郊短線遊!栃木縣完全攻略!Route 1!宇都宮、茂木、益子東京近郊ショートトリップ!栃木県完全攻略マニュアル!Route 1 宇都宮、茂木、益子JP TIME TV is a popular Japanese language show on Hong Kong's aTV network. Hong Kong viewers can watch it on aTV World (Digital 16) and aTV HD (Digital 12). Clips can also be found on www.jptime.tv Clips uploaded on YouTube with permission from JP TIME TV Contact me via YouTube PM or email [myYouTubeusername]@ with any queries. (c)2005-2012 R by R Production
  • Lake Taupo, New Zealand by Download Free $120 cash vouchers at to offset payment at is an online web portal for Hotels, Flights, Cruises, Travel and Tours, Bookings and other great leisure deals! For more information, visit our main site at: It's as easy as "Click & Go!" Lake Taupo is a lake situated in the North Island of New Zealand. With a surface area of 616 square kilometres (238 sq mi), it is the largest lake by surface area in New Zealand, and the largest freshwater lake by surface area in Oceania. Lake Taupo has a perimeter of approximately 193 kilometres, a deepest point of 186 metres. It is drained by the Waikato River (New Zealand's longest river), while its main tributaries are the Waitahanui River, the Tongariro River, and the Tauranga-Taupo River. It is a noted trout fishery with stocks of introduced brown trout and rainbow trout. The lake lies in a caldera created following a huge volcanic eruption (see supervolcano) approximately 26500 years ago. According to geological records, the volcano has erupted 28 times in the last 27000 years. It has predominantly erupted rhyolitic lava although Mount Tauhara formed from dacitic lava. The largest eruption, known as the Oruanui eruption, ejected an estimated 1170 cubic kilometres of material and caused several hundred square kilometres of surrounding land to collapse and form the caldera. The caldera later filled with water, eventually overflowing to cause a huge ...
  • 28c giant museum qlty precious mexican crystal opal invest!.flv We have recently opened the vault to release a few surplus pieces of FINE QUALITY OPAL from our personal collection. This stone is one of a bevy of SUPERGEM crystal Mexican opals from the famed Queretaro mines and many from the bench of the greatest Mexican opal cutter, Alvaro Cuellar. These are all VERY high end Mexican opals and they are of a quality unseen on the market today. We are offering a few super collector pieces over the next few weeks from our vaults that are among the highest quality examples of their species in existence and this is your chance to quench your "opalholic" thirst for these rare pieces. Mexican opals are cut from a hard rhyolitic deposit and are one of the most time consuming and labor intensive opals to cut. These are a very special bunch of crystal clear (unless noted otherwise) TRUE PRECIOUS and Contra-Luz(lighting in the side or rear) colorplay in all lighting and from all angles. These are truly a sight to behold and this is your opportunity to invest in opal you will be proud to own and even prouder to show off! We are happy to accept any serious, reasonable offers for this stone...thanks This stone is absolutely one of the HUGEST!?! Mexican crystal opals you will ever see~especially cut into a settable cabochon shape. It is without a doubt, the largest Mexican opal we have sold...ever. This piece has been a coveted part of our personal collection and this is a rare opportunity to own such an impressive stone. The gem has beautiful ...
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  • Blahnukur (view from the top), Landmannalaugar, South Iceland Blahnukur is a 943m high volcanic peak, next to the Landmannalaugar huts. The region is extremely beautiful, due to the colorful rhyolitic mountains. The Blahnukur (blue mountain) is however only dark green and black. From the top the views are amazing and to far away. The colorful Brennisteinsalda volcano is observed to the South. Behind Brennisteinsalda, one can also see the Hfarnisnusker volcanic peak (the black mountain in the distance covered by clouds). This where the famous Laugavegur trail goes, about 3h walking time away (there is another hut there). In the video you also see Brennisteinsalda lava field, which spreads to the West, where you can see the Landmannalaugar huts and the Veidovotn lakes to the North. When the weather is good, you can also see the bright icecap of Hofsjokull behind the Veidivotn lakes. Not shown in the video is the equally beautiful view over the Jokulgil colorful canyon to the East and the Vatnajokull glacier in the distance. The hike takes about 1.5h up, and 45min down. The trail to the top is over volcanic sand so it can be very muddy if wet. The way down that you see in the video is quite steep and slipery. There are beautiful canyons at each side at the foot of Blahnukur, worth visiting.
  • In the Crater In 640 year old Panum Crater, on the south shore of 764000 year old Mono Lake. Panum Crater is a rhyolitic plug dome, one in a chain of dormant but quite recent volcanic explosions in the Long Valley Caldera. Saw it while taking a day off skiing at Mammoth, and it is a fascinating place. Black volcanic glass -- obsidian -- litters the ground here, as do incredibly light pumice pieces. A captivating and mysterious place, where you can feel the Earth's explosive power.
  • Rhyolitic - New Born Mix Listen in 1080p. First mix I recorded on my new decks. Songs from Skream, Benga and Biome.
  • Rhyolitic - Control Freak Listen in 1080p New track I've been working on. Not on an album, LP or EP yet. Enjoy
  • The Lebombo Mountains, Central Kruger National Park. Because of its many different habitats, the central Lebombo Mountains sustain a wide range of animal life. The region receives far less rainfall than the west and this is apparent in the types of vegetation growing in the stony soil of the area's rhyolitic koppies. Most striking are the Lebombo euphorbias which decorate the skyline, lending a prehistoric air to any game drive. Central Lebombo is home to 'the mountain pride' of lions, an uncharacteristically large group that used to number more than 24 cats and is now in the region of 19. A highlight of current trips to Singita is a chance to see these cats. We were fortunate to watch them hunting. Article by Justin Fox.
  • Part 0006 2008 2013 NEW DAY NEW YEAR THE BEST OF TEXAS NEW MEX AZ BAJA CA LAPAZ MEX 4 MONTH MISSION check out Kennys art ate , ... THE DOCUMENTARY best best of 2008 cruisinwithkenny is in New Mexico interview with the geode kid the Collection of the Geode Kid A Short History of the Collection at the Basin Range Volcanics Geolapidary Museum: Split, shifted, and resilicified, from the Priday Ranch, OregonOur collection of thundereggs (lithophysae) is the largest and most complete, for variety of locations, in the world. The quality of the specimens displayed are the best from each location, selected from tens of thousands we have cut over 46 years of collecting. Over 100 locations of flawless specimens show how different each are from one another, so much so that a seasoned collector can identify, by sight, exactly where each egg came from. Split and shifted by earth-faulting, this specimen was completely recemented with silica. Author holding a large egg from Never Again Mine, Deming, NMI started collecting for variety of locations when, at age 15, I noticed that each deposit produced thundereggs uniquely different from site to site, and sometimes at different points in a single deposit. Through the years, I and my partner, Christopher Blackwell, researched geologic maps in college libraries nearest the areas we planned to prospect. By knowing the formations thundereggs occur in-- the presence of rhyolite as an immiscible component in perlite-- we greatly enhanced the success of our prospecting. A large lithophysa from the Never Again Mine, Deming, New ...
  • PLZ WATCH! Phil Schneider Nov 1995 part 1 of 5 yourTUBEyourASS21 Sparklesofunity SorrowfulConscious is back 4th time. Philip Schneider (April 23, 1947 - January 1996) claimed to be an ex-government geologist and structural engineer who was involved in building underground military bases around the United States (possessing a level 3 security clearance, "Rhyolite 38"), and to be one of only three people to have survived a deadly battle in which 66 American and NATO "Delta Force" soldiers were killed. This battle allegedly occurred in 1979 between Grey aliens and US military and NATO forces at an underground base at Dulce, NM [(cf: "The Dulce Wars: Underground Alien Bases & the Battle for Planet Earth" By Branton, "Underground Alien Bases" by Commander X and "Reality of the Serpent Race & The Subterranean Origin of the UFOs" by both)]. For the last two years of his life, Schneider gave over 30 lectures to a variety of audiences across the globe, concerning conspiracy theories in which he claimed to be leaking information exposing them. However, Schneider was never able or willing to prove his allegations (eg showing the entrance to Dulce Base). His claims received little mainstream notice, but caused quite a buzz in UFO enthusiast circles. Schneider was found dead in his Wilsonville, Oregon apartment on January 17 1996. He had apparently been dead for several days (perhaps up to a week), and reportedly had a rubber hose wrapped three times around his neck. Tim Swartz writes that "Clackamas County Coroner's office ...
  • Minnesota Wikipedia travel guide video. Created by Create your own video on ! Minnesota welcome sign. Tilted beds of the Middle Precambrian Thompson Formation in Jay Cooke State Park. Palisade Head on Lake Superior formed from a Precambrian rhyolitic lava flow. A groundhog seen in Minneapolis. A summertime view of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus. Pose Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Fort Snelling played a pivotal role in Minnesota's history and in the development of the cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. National Farmers Bank in Owatonna by Louis Sullivan. The Cathedral of St. Paul in the city of St. Paul. Phelps Mill in Otter Tail County. The IDS Tower, designed by Philip Johnson and Minnesota's tallest building, reflecting César Pelli's Art Deco-style Wells Fargo Center. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts north facade, designed by McKim, Mead, and White. First Avenue nightclub, the heart of Minnesota's music community.Page 190. A youth fiddle performance at the Minnesota State Fair. The Mayo Clinic in Rochester. The Richardsonian Romanesque Pillsbury Hall is the second-oldest building on the University of Minnesota Minneapolis campus. The Aerial Lift Bridge at Duluth. A Hiawatha Line vehicle in Minneapolis. The Minnesota State Capitol in Saint Paul, designed by Cass Gilbert. Hubert H. Humphrey. KSTP Studios. A faceoff between the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux and the Saint Cloud State University Huskies during the WCHA Final Five at the Xcel Energy ...
  • 花山/破邊洲Fa Shan/ Po Pin Chau 1 Averaging 1.2m in diameter and reaching 100m in height, the hexagonal columns along Fa Shan are the highest in HK. The hexagonal rock columns in other regions of the world are usually dark gray basalt, while the acidic rock columns in HK are light coloured rhyolitic volcanic rock. See from a distance, these rare, light coloured rock columns are like a natural hexagonal column mural.