I had a rocking time touring the mineral and meteorite collections today. These diverse geological assemblages can’t be taken for granite; I refuse to let us barium beneath a lack of sedimental compassion. Boulder statements should be made in favor of these gneiss specimens.
Of quartz I’ve said it before, but what I sediment: The Brain Scoop is first clast tuff. I find very little fault in how Emily stimulates people’s mines. Chalk it up to our curiosity, I guess. Also, that’s a very colorful chert.
I don’t know if it slate ore what, but I’m really craving some pyrite now. Agate so hungry sometimes.
You know I can’t pass up science puns on my dashboard, right?
Welcome to South Bendtank, in black, blue, and green. Original design by me (with the original photo used taken by the wonderful Grant Tobin).
I made two different designs for the pic (on the front of the tank). One is two-toned, which I think I prefer, the other is a single white-colored silhouette. For the ND men’s team, obviously.
Not going to lie, I’m super proud of this one.