Top 5 Amazing Gem Deposits & How They Formed February 23, 2021 admin How Marijuana Works 29 Featuring gem history, the science behind the stones, gemstones in pop culture, and much more, you too can become a gemology expert by immersing yourself …
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The Argyle Mine and it’s future, please.
she is more beautiful than the gemstones she speaks about
STOP using long videos in advertising!!!!??????
How about the top five gemstone or mineral producing places in the United States and why they can be found there?
This video about the location of this gemstones come from is very interesting.???? To know how they form and how carefully they have to mine them.?⛏ The conditions of the environment even helps gems grow faster too. Nice review.??
Great video Elizabeth! I loved all the details about the geological processes that caused these to form.
Love the Places and the Recipes of the Gems. How awesome it is to read the earth. ?????
What about Afghanistan,s emerald mines
well explained ..nice presentation…quite a hard work
Awww.. Love love this episode!! Nice to see Elizabeth too!! I will be visiting Myanmar as soon as this pandemic ended.
I really love tanzanite too… One of my favorites. I don't really consider it blue it's more like a Violet purple. ???
I love tourmaline it's beautiful… Especially the bicolored stones with pink & green…???
Thanks Elizabeth….I learned 10 new things in this episode. Cool Beans!
One of my favorite episodes ever! Great mix of studio and on location footage! And I really like Natalie but I appreciate when you change up the hosts, keeps some variety.
I love this video so much! Thank you for a fun, interesting and educational video! Now I want to visit each location.
Ok….who's the 1 shmuck that gave thumbs down?
Labradorite… Michigan copper…
Awesome! Ok how about the spinels of Badakhshan, Afghanistan next!
I found your channel through an Ad and I love it and you ahah
…Hidden in the mountain store
Born underground, suckled from a teat of stone
Raised in the dark, the safety of our mountain home
Skin made of iron, steel in our bones
To dig and dig makes us free
Come on brothers sing with me!
story on how ruby made is amazing that stone had a chance not to exist
The different types of garnets.
What about Columbia's emerald mines? Sri-Lanka? The Urals in Russia?
there is a certain mine in Quebec, Canada which i find quite important. but bc it wasn't mentioned here i'll "mention" it (write a literal novel about it and the many minerals discovered in it) in the comments.
the Poudrette quarry (De-Mix quarry) is a rich mine located in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, Canada. it is rich for 2 reasons:
-an abundance of minerals, specifically 433, many of which not gem-quality, and the occasional gemmy material like serandite or poudretteite. out of those 433 minerals, the quarry is a type locality for 71 of them
-and for having a whopping 49 different elements from the periodic table can be found there. think about it. that is WAY more than a THIRD of the periodic table.
almost all of those elements (if not all) go into forming minerals. that is insane!
since the mine is SO rich and rare mineral specimens come out of it, it is obviously very popular for collectors. GORGEOUS specimens of catapleiite, carletonite, serandite, poudretteite, elpidite, natrolite, aegirine, and so many others come from that mine since it is so rich. it is simply a geological and gemological wonder.
on another note: coming home from sküle and having a fresh JTV video, along with being able to nerd out about gems are simply the best things ever