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  • Underground mining is a dangerous occupation. - 2753
  • Science should be about looking at what God made and trying to understand why he made it that way. It seems that modern science is try to prove that God does not exist, or that he is millions of miles away or millions of years ago. I trust what the Bible says more then the theories of non-Christian scientists. - 27810
  Key words: Geological, Geologist, Geology, Mineral, Mining, Rock, Science, Stone  

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: What is a mineral?
  Answer: A mineral is a naturally occurring inorganic substance. - 253

Question: Where do minerals come from?
  Answer: Most minerals are obtained by mining the ground or extracted from water. - 254

Question: What are nutritional minerals?
  Answer: Nutritional minerals are inorganic elements that are essential to the nutrition of humans, animals, and plants. These minerals are normally obtained by eating natural foods. Examples of nutritional minerals are: calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, and sodium. - 255

Question: What is science?
  Answer: Science is the systematic study of knowledge of the physical world gained through observation and experimentation. - 225

Question: What is the scientific method?
  Answer: The scientific method is the investigation of natural phenomena through careful observation, the formulation of a hypothesis or theoretical explanation, the conducting of experiments to test the hypothesis, and the drawing of a conclusion that confirms or modifies the hypothesis. - 226

Question: What is a stone?
  Answer: A stone is a small hard rock, that is larger then a pebble and made of minerals. - 159

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Web Minerals
 Web Minerals

 Mineral database containing 4714 mineral species descriptions and comprehensive picture library of images. - 641
The mineral and gemstone kingdom
 The mineral and gemstone kingdom

 An interactive reference guide to rocks, minerals, and gemstones. - 642
USGS Mineral Resources
 USGS Mineral Resources

 Do we take minerals for granted? Learn more about selected commodities. - 643
Mineralogy database and Mineral collecting
 Mineralogy database and Mineral collecting

 Mineralogy database with information on minerals from around the world and thousands of photos. - 644
Mine Safety and Health Administration
 Mine Safety and Health Administration - 645
National Mining Association
 National Mining Association

 Resources Mining organizations and trade associations. NMA member companies. - 646
 SPG Media PLC

 Mining, Tunneling, and Quarrying. - 647
Creation-Evolution Headlines
 Creation-Evolution Headlines - 833
National Science Foundation
 National Science Foundation - 834
Office of Scientific and Technical Information
 Office of Scientific and Technical Information - 835
Science Now - AAAS
 Science Now - AAAS - 836
Los Alamos National Laboratory
 Los Alamos National Laboratory - 837
Office of Science and Technology Policy
 Office of Science and Technology Policy - 838
Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer
 Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer - 839
Stone World / Contemporary Stone Design
 Stone World / Contemporary Stone Design

 Information on stone use in architecture and interior design as well as stone production, distribution, installation, and maintenance. - 1015
The Natural Stone industry.
 The Natural Stone industry.

 Natural stone information source for stone products and companies. - 1016
Find Stones
 Find Stones

 The natural building stone industry. - 1017
The Stone Yard
 The Stone Yard

 Stoneyard quarries and produces natural building and landscaping stone including New England fieldstone thin veneer and building veneer. - 1018
Stone Report News
 Stone Report News

 Stone report provides monthly information and news about natural stone producers and processors, stone industry and stone exports throughout the world. - 1019

  Comments and Quotes  

Science is ever evolving. It is not static. - Mike Johanns - 183

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