Monthly Archive: March 2013

Mar 29 2013

Photomicrographs of Minerals

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Mar 27 2013

Odd advice for a Field Geologist

I recently came across a textbook, Basic Geological Mapping1, which is written for novice users. I found few interesting things in the introduction chapter that one might argue “kind of odd” for a well-written

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Mar 25 2013

Diamonds beyond jewelry

As a student, I am fascinated with economically important ore minerals such as diamonds. If we look beyond the jewelry aspect, diamonds are used in variety of applications. Diamonds are made of pure native carbons. Pure carbon can exist as a mineral in two different variations in

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Mar 25 2013

Minerals and rocks from GLGY311 Lab

A better images of minerals can be found here The following images are taken from a Samsung S III phone (Yes, you can’t believe the quality of detail on these images came from a 8 pix camera; contact me for technical/electronics detail on that) during the lab periods for Geology 311 (Mineralogy and Rocks) Winter …

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Mar 24 2013

Elementary guide to Remote Desktop

I remember when I was a kid; I was having an uphill battle with my Windows machine because the RDC (Remote Desktop Connection) only worked within the internal network. At that time I failed to realized that specific port(s) has (have) to be opened from the LAN (Local Area Network)

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