i’ve been to warped tour twice and saw bunches of bands, and then i’ve been to a show with la dispute, balance & composure and a few other bands, and then another show with the front bottoms, weather box, mega gem and one other singer! i need to go to lots more but money lol
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Monazite sands are found at some littoral areas and some rivers due to the corrosive action of the sea water on rocks that have heavy minerals in their composition and that’s the main difference between them: their composition. The monazite sand composition makes it radioactive, being focus of many researches in the past. Also, back then and now, its therapeutic possibilities are being explored. Are these sands really source of alternative arthritis, arthrosis and cancer treatment? Or are they actually a public health problem?
While regular sand is composed mostly of quartz, monazite sands are composed of heavy and rare earth metals minerals.
The minerals that are present in monazite sand are: ilmenite, monazite, zircon and garnets.
In the image: monazite sand with all of its minerals as found at natural deposits.
Enhanced color mosaic showing the boundary between Mare Serenitatis and Mare Tranquillitatis. The relative blue color of the Mare Tranquillitatis is due to higher abundances of the titanium-bearing mineral ilmenite.
Colour: grey or purple/black metallic) Found: worldwide
This stone is named after the place it was found, i.e. in the Ilmen Mountains of Russia. This is a good mineral to increase understanding of mammals and to analyse their thought patterns. This is good for animal trainers, pet-owners, farmers, etc.
REFERENCES & BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Males PA (1974): Ilmenite Crystals associated with Rutilated Quartz from Brazil. Australian Gemology, Volume 12, Number 1, February 1974, p11.