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"ignace rocks" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Malnutrition and usually excessive weight loss. It's a new latin phrase <hes> and it means nervous anorexia yeah as i said this is a very serious topic <hes> nothing to be taken lightly. I know of people who have dealt with a variety of different types of eating disorders. I think it's way more common than than people realize actually <hes>. I hope that that gradually this disorder is becoming less and less common. I really really hope i don't know if that's true but i hope that as a culture <hes> we are giving in people in general but especially <hes> girls and young women <hes> more positive body images <hes> i i hate it when they when they see things that they feel like they can't detain or they really really tried to attain these ridiculous body images that are in our society in our culture <hes> and then they go ahead and do these things <hes> they have these disorders like anorexia nervosa or bolivia and i just really want them to know <hes> that there is nothing wrong with their body the way they look this goes for men and women young and old it doesn't matter you are perfect the way you are. I don't even know what other way to say it other other than that. If you know anybody who is suffering from eating disorders do what you can to help them in a positive way see if you can get them the help help they need <hes>. It's very unhealthy. People have died from disorders like this <hes> obviously malnutrition excessive weight loss <hes> it's not healthy and it's just about having a healthy body image which i understand is hard to do <hes> and it takes work but it can be done all right enough of that little chat <hes> but we are not out of the woods yet. We still have the word anorexic anorexic <hes> this is the first form it's an adjective from eighteen seventy five one. It's the synonym anorectic which we read before two relating to characteristic of or affected with anorexia. Nervosa also seemingly affected with anorexia nervosa as by. I being excessively skinny now. We have the second form of anorexic. It's a noun from nineteen seven a person affected with or whereas if with anorexia nervosa and just one more that's related to all of these words. It is anorexic genyk a. n. <music> omar e. x. I. g. e. n. I c. It's an adjective from one thousand nine hundred forty eight and we have the two definition for anorectic practic next. We have a north fight a. n. o. r. t. h. i. t. e. this is a noun from eighteen twenty. Three a white grayish or reddish feld spar occurring in many ignace rocks and north thick is an adjective and this is from. I'm the greek orthodox which means straight next. We have a north site. This is a noun from eighteen sixty three a granular plutonic plutonic ignatius rock composed almost exclusively of a soda lime feld spar as labrador right a north acidic is is an adjective and this is from the french on north ohs which means a feld spar and that is from the greek orthodox and there's more at the prefix ortho earth o._r._t. H next we have a nausea a. n. s. m. i. a. This is a noun from seventeen ninety seven loss or impairment of the sense of smell. A now's mc is an adjective. The algae says this is from the greek oz me oh s._m._e. S. m. e. which means smell and there's more at the word odor and i have a story about this. I do not have a nausea but when i first started needed this podcast <hes> i think i posted it on reddit. Yeah i think it was read it <hes> and somebody commented on my post and said let me know when you get to the word anna's mia because i have a nausea and i have a podcast where i talk about a nausea and living with nausea so if you're interested in learning more more about anna's mia her podcast is called the girl who can't smell show <hes>..
"ignace rocks" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"They've found that some of these islands were are covered with bird Guano to a depth of thirty meters and so mining Guano as of fertilizer for European crops became a real cash business and Guano mining by the mid eighteen hundreds was an international national precursor to oil drilling think about the INCAS never inventing the wheel but figuring out bird poop like they're doing complex organic chemistry for element that wouldn't be discovered in Europe for centuries. That's right there was an understanding and I think it was after the discovery three of foster that the connection was made between Gua- this Magic One oh and what it actually was doing and people thought there was a fourteenth element called Bird Pupia now they realize oh it's awesome well and realized also that like we don't I mean Guano. No no is rich in it but cow poop has it you can also you can eliminate the middleman. I guess birth must be essentially concentrator. That's why Guana was worth its weight and gold back then so there are a lot of ways that foss for appears in our world and the one kind is what's described as Pristine Vosper which is on processed foster. That's that you can actually mind from hard rockets imbued in ignace rock or in some way to extract in an isolated and yeah you can crush it and because it's water soluble and I don't mean ignorance rock I mean sedimentary rock you can crush it and then it becomes you Kinda Mash it and it's water soluble so you can extract it. You evaporate evaporate the water and what's left from this mash is a foster so the other two ways that you can find phosphorus naturally is condensed which is how you would find minded if it had been washed away eroded and then collected kind of in like the the shallow shoreline of of a see you can be out panning for phosphorus if you're if you're pete phosphorus the old sourdot and then a locked phosphorus which is condense a lock. The phosphorus locked in his phosphor a wonderful phrase so that's how you would that's what for instance Guana would be or processed phosphate. It's also a rush song think <unk> for and that's through a process called <hes> bioter- Bachchan which is if an animal consumes a thing and then or or I'm sorry any kind of organic thing consumes a thing and then hits transferred or it's it's transformed by going through a living organism so like digestive or like in their remains were may die like in their skeleton both okay so you know bioter- Bachchan if a plant <hes> uses phosphorus to grow and then is consumed by the animal the phosphorus is transferred through and then arrives in the waist and then what if we eat the animal of course there's phosphorous transferred for us but it comes out in our Poo and pee. I'm getting stressed out just having to imagine following these tiny tiny trace amounts of phosphorus through a giant ecosystem of lava moving plates and intestines moving food and animal teeth. I don't even I don't I kind of stressing me out so after I talked about that delicious Bacon Lettuce Avocado and Tomato Sandwich that that I ordered from post meets do you remember this multiple. People contact me demanding to know where they can get such a delicious sandwich really and we'll don't know where they can get up avocado sandwich. I must have described it very deliciously. That's the beauty of post meets. I didn't didn't even have to go to the it didn't matter to me where this place was. I didn't even know where it was. It just showed up at my house and I ate it and that's the beauty of posts like whatever you need twenty four seven anything you want from the grocery store or the convenience store the restaurant it will come. Thank you I love this so much. What would you use it for? Normally I fend for myself right. I'm not like my good friend. Merlin man has toilet paper delivered to his house like I'm not above going to the store amount of the people but they're all those times when you're just done you know what you mean your your today's over and you're in your bunny slippers and you are smoking your pipe and you need one more thing..
Science News Briefs from Around the World
"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor, Steve Mirsky. And here's the short piece from the June two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science, technology and medicine. The article is titled quick hits, and it's a rundown of some science and technology stories for round, the globe compiled by editorial contributor, Jim Daly from Canada. Archaeologists have now confirmed that Toronto service Rex skeleton found in the nineteen nineties at a fossil site in Saskatchewan is the biggest and heaviest on record at nearly forty two feet long almost twenty thousand pounds. Scotty as it's called surpassed the record set by the famous sued t Rex which was found in South Dakota in nineteen ninety from Argentina are gala GIS identified a site, where ancient humans killed and butchered giant ground sloths, mega theory, American. Madam in the pampas region in eastern Argentina, the find provides evidence that Uman's contributed to the sloths extinction from Kenya. A science teacher who won the two thousand nineteen global teacher prize announced he intends to donate, the one million dollar award to benefit society, Peter to Beechy a Franciscan friar mentors, a science club that came in, I in its category in the two thousand eighteen Kenya's science and engineering fair from the autonomous island of Anjouan in the union of the Cymru's, that's in the Indian Ocean between the east coast of Africa, and the northwest end of Madagascar geochemists at Columbia University, found a load of court site, a metamorphosed rock formed from sandstone on the island of Andrea on the island is volcanic, and had been thought to contain only Ignace rocks. And from North Korea physicists at Kimmel sung universe. City in Pyongyang have brokered a rare green to collaborate with Italy's international school for advanced studies in Trieste, the North Koreans will study, computational neuroscience with talion physicists that was quick hits by Jim Daly.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"ignace rocks" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Surfaces for your home. Specifically today I've been sharing with you. Some things about men made alternatives to natural stone and traditional ceramic and porcelain tiles, started out by talking about solid surface materials like Korean an avenue. Then we just talked about engineered stone commonly known as courts, which is dominating the market right now dominating the market things like Caesar stone and pen tall and Cambridge in sil- stone and the list goes on and on. Now, I want to talk to you about the newest addition that is coming on strong centered. Porcelain centered S, I N T E R E D, sinter porcelain or centered stone. So what have we talked about thus far as far as getting a sense of how these things are made solid surface materials like Corean thirty three percent resin sixty six percent other natural materials. Okay. Then engineered stone a major step forward. Five percent resin ninety five percent crystalline particles of natural stone like quartz or marble and glass and things like that. Now, sinter porcelain. Zero resins none no glues. No resins. Nothing to dull the appearance what so ever. Centered porcelain is manufactured in two thousand degree Fahrenheit temperatures under incredibly high pressure. Do you know what that is doing that is essentially a manufacturing process that replicates the formation of Ignace rocks? The hardest natural stones in fact, centered porcelain stone harder than granite harder than quartz site. No Perot city. Zero city completely smooth nothing penetrates no ceiling necessary. Okay. Easy to clean because there are no pores. No bacteria can get down into the into the crevices to grow where you're cleaning products. Can't reach them guy. Very hard a little bit brittle, but very very hard. And because it has such a manufacturer with such intense pressures. It has virtually no water absorption, and you know, what that means unlike engineered stone, which absorbs a certain amount of water centered. Porcelain stone can be installed inside the house or outside the house. It can be installed on your deck outside. It can be stalled installed on the outside kitchen countertops because it will not fracture or freeze with water inside it. It causing it to break apart centered. Porcelain works in side, the house and outside the house and also it's got some pretty amazing properties as far as how large can get and how thin it can get. That's what we're going to talk about next. I gotta go for a break. We're gonna come right back and run tell you about the latest and the greatest, and then we're going to do a side by side comparison of all three of these categories of stone. You can really get a sense of the ones that are going to play best to your project. So when you go out there shopping these endless brands and all of the confusing rhetoric basically were narrowing it down to three families and the properties of each. So you know, what to do next that makes sense good? All right. You're listening to home with dean sharp, the house whisper. Rosie Rivera has the news. And police in Hawthorne are investigating a shooting near rosecrans.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
"I think a lot of times in my mind, I would confuse minerals with elements. Yeah. I would think of iron or magnesium as a mineral, but you've already explained how a mineral is a crystallized form of. And so where two elements fit into that picture, basically elements are the building blocks of minerals. So minerals are more something like let's use courts for an example quartz mineral and its chemical formula is s I o too. So it's a solid crystalline structure of silica and oxygen. So like, we said ice is h two so hydrogen and oxygen are elements that when they are chemically bonded together in a solid form warm ice. So are their families of rocks other groupings? Yeah, we mostly talk about. Types of rocks. There's Ignace sedimentary and metamorphosis. So Ignace rocks are any sort of rock that formed from molten rock, and so you can imagine molten rock traveling through the earth's crust if that molten rock has the time to solidify and cool beneath the surface of the earth than it, usually cools quite slowly develops actual large crystals that you can see with with your eyes. So the best example of that would be granite, so granite as what we call an intrusive Ignace rock, but then all of those interests vagueness rocks. Also have an extra sieve or a volcanic components that can have the exact same chemical composition, but their texture will be totally different. So if a melt that has the composition of granite erupts onto the surface of the earth, it cools really really quickly, and then has really small crystals may would call that a riot. A basaltic another type of extra sive volcanic rock specifically one that has a high iron and magnesium content compared to the other end member of that the right would have a high silica content. What are the other families Iraq's? There are metamorphosed rocks. So if you basically take any type of rock and bury it beneath the surface, and expose it to high temperature and pressure. That's actually another time that one mineral will form into another. So you imagine you're you're putting something deep into the earth. It's gonna try to take its most compact form it's going to be most stable in its most compact form. So that's how marble would get created. Yeah. Exactly things will re crystallize metamorphosed confusing because you usually refer to them in terms of where they started. But generally, you talk about things like slate, which is a very low pressure, low temperature metamorphosed rock, and then schist is kind of if you increase the temperature and pressure you get that kind of shiny plate. Like, we say fully aided layered look of kind of shiny lady. Mike, Asia's minerals. That is what we call. Just and then the next level up from that the minerals will start to reorganize themselves into dark and light bands with increased temperature and pressure again. And we would call that nice. Some people say good nice. But if you're speaking English not..
"ignace rocks" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Category, one is how is and is continually continually raining and flooding. Moving extremely slow. All right. Those were fossil fuels. No says it's dropped to tropical storm. Now it's not even a category, one. Good. What is term used by Paeleontology to referred to the total number a fossils have been discovered. As well as to the information derived from them. If you refer to the. You can find out a lot about what kind of plants and animals lived here. Many years ago. I got. Of that great. There. Wonder if I do there. I've been to. Like. It is the fossil record? Yes, schools. Got it. Exactly. In meteorology, what is the line that forms the boundary between two air masses, unless they're very similar in temperature and humidity, they will not mix. The is usually pretty unstable weather cracked when he six. Yes. Correct. Doctor question Mark. It is front or frontal zone. Moving on. We're finished with the letter next letter. Is the continuous process in which hot molten material coming to the surface of the earth from the interior forms Ignace rocks which are them broken down by weathering to create soil and sedimentary rocks. Sedimentary rocks can be lifted up by the motion associated was played Tani so case they are again, whether washed down to the sea. Alternatively, they can be buried deep within the earth changed into met at work rocks to the surface of the earth or buried so deeply that they melted and become part of the magma from which Ignace rocks are formed. All of that all together. It's called the keel Finkel when he came closest with geological turnover. Johnson was pretty close with geological. Something really shouldn't be saying, okay. What is the science devoted to the study of the earth, particularly the solid earth rocks that compose it. Johnson, six. She Allah genie. Azer. Jio something geology, I'll Angie study of she owes earth. Geology is earth study of study of theirs. All right. Why is the science devoted to the study of the physical properties and processes of geological phenomenon, including fields, such as meteorology, ocean, ocean, and size mal. Behavior.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on Car Talk
"Anyway, what's up? This is one of those. I'm calling for a friend who has to embarrass to call you phone calls. You want the long sad story or the short set story. Sure. Okay. Born stop from when he was born and all that. That would be a long. Just to make sure that it will. You'll hear why the end of the funnel, I shouldn't use his real name. He was he's a driven engineer by the way he was living in Berlin. When the Berlin Wall came down and I'll he held his friends all went in the middle of the night and still pieces of Berlin Wall and brought them home and put them in the front garden and acted like good, good, westerns, and cetera. And this piece of the wall was in his front yard until about two months ago. And then he got accepted at this fancy business school in France, which will remain nameless and one to show off his pieces. Well, here compress people and any borrowed his father's BMW drive down here and they put all that stuff. It put the piece of the will in the trunk, and it's been there for eight weeks now. Because they can't figure out how to get out of the trunk because it's too heavy. Yeah, and they fork-lifted it in there, but they can't get it out and he's been lying to his dad for about six weeks now about why can't the car back. Let me get this right. They used a forklift to get this into the trunk. Yes. Who. I could understand that if you use a forklift, you gotta get underneath the thing that you can drop it into the trunk, but then you can't use the forklift to get it out. And this is one of those big seven series and it's new. It's like a year even a year old. So do we have any idea how much this thing ways to rock Ignace rock nut if east German produced reinforced complete denser than. How big is it? Will it basically fills the trunk with the boat me, you can get the trunk clothes. It's about, oh, maybe a foot and a bit sick and the three foot in a bit long. Oh, probably weighs a ton. I got. I know you have it. He can't get anything underneath it. It'd be nice if you could get a chain underneath it and then you could lift it out with engine. Stephen, he's gonna have to remove the trunk lid. Right? And the two refunders. Slided. Jack up the frontal fall, right? That, yeah, and they're gonna have to use buoyancy The to film. fill. The concrete is gonna gonna fill it with mercury. Go right Boyatzis. Good. Buoyancy mercury you injury, and you'll have. Caracal jump right on. We'll watch show. We'll know in the patriots just like it did before he got the car, right? His solution, the solution is they have to obviously remove the trunk that it just unbolt that comes right off and they're going to have to drill into the block. They're have to do some accurate measurement because they don't wanna drill to the form and into the gas thing, but they're gonna have to drill far enough into the screw a hook into and put no input in a piece of rebar, a U-shaped piece of rebar that they're going to poxy in place your and then lift it right, and then they'll they'll get a half way out and the rebar will break. This is only chance, but I like the mercury idea. Yeah, flotation is good and is good. Any construction company will be able to help them with this problem? Right? They can just put a couple of holes, barring their apostle Hans is a German, and Secondly, he's an engineer. Yeah, he cannot lower himself to go and ask for help. That's the real problem. The mercury is it. I. I come up with two brilliant ideas. Yeah, no. I mean, once they take off the trunk lid, they will be able to get it out. Tell them to call a piano moving company and they'll have it out in half an hour. Yeah, that is going to buy a ton of suction cups. Dana. Okay. This might it for stunned at indeed Lova we'll try to mercury I and if I'm. As they say in France bone Schantz. Okay. Messing. Good..
"ignace rocks" Discussed on Science in Action
"Looks the most primitive of them comes from direct melting of the vessels, and then you can sort of rework to produce more more devolved things, things enriched in potassium. Another vase elements that we look for in mineral deposits ready, and that basic recipe is pretty important, salty merges by crystallization, out of melted mantle as happens today on the ocean floor and continental crust emerges out of melted Basil's as happens pipe boundaries today. But when the earth was born that walls only mantle out of which came, I think it was probably one fake some squeegee basaltic shell before I die very point, five billion years ago, somebody on that and that almost anything tyrants would have been made these dark basaltic rocks. And was that water then? They certainly was, yes. The whole thing would have been covered in an ocean of unnamed debt and woodridge absolutely critical to be able to melt those dog. Roques to produce the light roles. You really need Wilders ingredients to lower the melting point. So the setting was right, you had the battles over round the and the water to react and older them and make them multiple. The question has always been where the heat to melt them was gonna come from plate tectonics, wasn't there to help the answer though could be found in the heavens up until about three point, five billion years ago. The who is absolutely bombarded by asteroids, and it's very under appreciated that that would have been the major energy input into the crust ready. So what we definitely know is on a very regular basis, the would have been from bunnies, huge asteroids. The bombardment of the earth was dramatic. This is David kring of the lunar and planetary institute in Texas whose estimated just how dramatic and a number and scale the ancient impact his animals. They night dwarfed, the impact that wiped out the dinosaurs. We. We estimated there were two hundred impact basins of thousand kilometers in diameter on earth for to five of those bases would have been more than five thousand kilometers in diameter. These are continent size impact events. And remember this is in comparison to the dinosaur killing chicks lube crater, which is a puny two hundred kilometers in diameter. And you'll saying that these impacts resurfaced the yes, they resurfaced in the earth. In the following sense, they melted in April is portions of the crust that were involved in each of these impact events. And then they excavated huge amounts of rock which were then distributed across the earth surface basically burying any pre existing geological crust. No parts of surface would have escaped this battering, but what Tim Johnson and his colleagues have realize these impacts could have been creative as well as destroy. Excessive. Then heat. The modeling shares would have raised the baffles to eight to nine hundred degrees facts. The tension needed to cook up the kind of light rock obscene insane, bearings office to mill, the rotea needs, which is somewhere between eight hundred nine hundred and the suits impacts is that we know would have been very common. Okay, Jason, eight hundred, nine hundred degrees centigrade. So exactly the conditions that we think that he's rocks formed by the modeling and it's widespread and how widespread it could have been several hundred maters fake and they would have been massively extensive sub for ten kilometer impact are think the melpomene something around one hundred meters. We both have mother, the hundred kilometer in patron and numerous thing, and that produces laya of thousand kilometers outside the difference between light rox made this way and ones made at dead for Sam Barron had described would be tiny differences in elemental contaminants that are kind of watermark of their origins, which Tim. Johnson thinks he has seen in the oldest samples from Casta. Of course, everyone has a different theory that David kring means. I'm absolutely tickled that the geologic community is trying to wrestle with the consequences of this type of impact on bar -ment because it's largely been ignored in the past. I'm not yet convinced their specific model is accurate, but I'm sure that the impact cratering was melting. The crust and producing large volumes of Ignace rocks. This seems to be an important study in that. It tempts us to identify the geochemical markers that can be used to identify them, but it's exactly the type of result I like to see because it's going gonna make everybody think about these issues in a much more precise way..
"ignace rocks" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"You too freia tournaments ignace rock you know lava nash and then quasar picks up lack panther and then they're like well let's go regroup with the others in the middle of this circle maugham and not a good idea now i don't know if quasar just had really created the pulse that he would create around everyone at this point maybe to lift them out of the situation but yeah that is kinda surprising at least some kind of quantum construct yeah but i mean i guess at the same time they don't wanna give up adventures island so they gotta try to stand their ground is the first time this newly assembled avengers lineup has been working together so they kinda got their backs which other doing their thing or thors thrown the hammer kept america's deflecting with the shields she'll gilgamesh gut the rocks black panther in quasar holding hand from sky yes until they come back down to earth yeah because black panthers like oh we need all the adventures in one combined front and caps like always good strategy to challah especially in a losing situation in quizzes cap you're giving up quite yeah but law them in just keep coming in coming in basically merge form like a wall around the vendors tolls caps as everybody could fly grab someone yeah which is that's a strategy that gets kids employed every once in a while too late quasar didn't think about the bubble what the law amended roy.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Some of the most desirable vacation destinations on earth i'm jerry bought with me as always fox world travel vacation expert rose great great to see a rosy jerry in the hawaiian island chain where is kawhi what are the top of graphical features of this island is still a lot of unblemished nature on quite it is it's probably the lesser known of the four major island it's farther north and west than any of the others ended three very unique in that it scott mountains it's got valleys it's a beautiful beaches and actually it's where jurassic park was phil's now that it's interesting quick rundown of some of the top sites in activities are quite the killer whale lighthouse target talk whether it's a century lighthouse that is absolutely beautiful it's on a peninsula about one hundred eighty feet above the ocean it's one of the most spectacular views i've ever had in my entire life of queens bath it's a it's a natural tied pool and there's a lot of ignace rocks at her around there and it's a it's a steep drive our steep hike but it's well worth it is ignace a fancy word for volcanic it is okay were that for my my geology and kayaking in some river workers are hannele ebay you know about puff the magic dreyer and everybody wants to go there gotcha is this ideal acquired for people that like those active occasions assists shirtsleeves away it really is so if you want to get away from the masses in honolulu or maybe even maui and do something different cowife is the answer what about air travel into quite is that were very easy you can either find to our walk who had a lou and then take a little island hopper over to kohl wii in it takes thirty minutes no problem gotcha very good so for some ideas and information.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"One of the most spectacular views i've ever had in my entire life of queens bath it's a it's a natural tied pool and there's a lot of ignace rocks at her around there and it's a it's a steep drive a steep hike but it's well worth it is ignace a fancy word for volcanic it is okay for my geology and kayaking and some river what rivers are hannele ebay you know about puff the magic dreyer and everybody wants to go there gotcha of is this ideal acquired for people that like those activation stressing zeller it really is so if you want to get away from the masses in honolulu or maybe even maui and do something different cowife is the answer what about air travel into is that were very easy you can either flying to our watt who a lulu and then take a little island hopper over kowhai in it takes thirty minutes no problem such a very good so for some ideas and information and advice on how to plan your own as an escape call fox world travel here's the number one eight six six gold fox go one eight six six go fox go or you can always log on 247 to the website fox world travel dot com again fox world travel dot com meet the market real estate specialist bruce simpson emigrants if you or a loved one is starting the process of downsizing likely have many questions the process can seem overwhelming transitioning to an easing living lifestyle shouldn't be stressful bruce than i invite you into are moving in the right direction seminar knives sex at the burn a botanical gardens features several speakers addressing the topic of moving from the home you love for more information call to six two two four to sixty one seventy seven or register and new realtor dot com did senior realtor com sports mentioned dot com more high school sports news after this we're sports that.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"Question for a scientist answer because you know truth be told were all paid to pursue our hobbies and so we all have our own hobbyhorses say it as i as i mentioned um you know my particular interest sarin ignace processes i mean you know when the earth moon mars asteroids i i like uh uh magnetic rocks and you know i couldn't tell you why just the way i am uh on so one of the things one of the things it's very curious about asteroidal ignace rocks is that asteroids were melted very early in the solar system probably within a couple million years of the formation of the earliest known solids in the solar system so something had to heat up relatively small objects may be a few hundred dick kilometers neil two hundred miles in diam earn radius something like that to the point where they were melted and then cooled down and then they comply lately shut off after that so was a very very intense heat source said acted early died out and then never came back now we think we know what what caused this um but there are a you know in the so the um uh the leading contenders radioactive heating by a very short live isotope of aluminum it has a halflife of about seven hundred and thirty million years and so and aluminum is a is a major element in in rock so if you if you uh accumulate an asteroid early enough when there is this aluminum 27 still live uh you've nieto who's you've then encapsulated a very potent heat source inside that rock and so that's what we think happened but still um e e nieto we can emit as scientists we can imagine this process going on but geology is always much more complicated than our imaginations so.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Maximize what you can find about learning more about our solar system and about life in the universe well i mean that that's kind of a a difficult question for a scientist answer because you know truth be told were all paid to pursue our hobbies and so we all have our own hobbyhorses say it as i as i mentioned um you know my particular interest sarin ignace processes i mean you know when the earth moon mars asteroids i i like uh uh magnetic rocks and you know i couldn't tell you why just the way i am uh on so one of the things one of the things it's very curious about asteroidal ignace rocks is that asteroids were melted very early in the solar system probably within a couple million years of the formation of the earliest known solids in the solar system so something had to heat up relatively small objects may be a few hundred dick kilometers neil two hundred miles in diam earn radius something like that to the point where they were melted and then cooled down and then they comply lately shut off after that so was a very very intense heat source said acted early died out and then never came back now we think we know what what caused this um but there are a you know in the so the um uh the leading contenders radioactive heating by a very short live isotope of aluminum it has a halflife of about seven hundred and thirty million years and so and aluminum is a is a major element.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"And uh uh it was originally classified as it is a type of asteroidal uh ignace rock uh that i at the time i was studying those those types of uh uh rocks um you know my my my background is uh heavily weighted towards in interest in magnetic processes on the earth the moon mars and asteroids and and so that's why this one was particularly of interest to me so i i was studying that along with a bunch of others that were thought to be uh basically the same uh a classification of rock and uh unfortunately a alan hills had um some puzzling features in it that uh were were a little bit off normal for for that rocked type but not so much so that uh that i i really stayed up at night worrying about it an an so i wrote a paper uh on on this group of rocks site of finely um uh in a senate in in one of the reviewers said well you know a you point out that there is this anomaly in this rockin you really ought to try and chasedown why its what's going on there why it's different and in a yo being a a moderately good scientists said okay i you know he is pointed out it's a problem i knew it was a problem but now i've really got to do something about it um so i started working at it and honestly i i could not find out what was wrong with this particular rock there was one mineral 'phasein it just did not match what eddie murray one would expect for the class i'm quite by chance i got another sample of that rock for another reason um in in in in but be really wasn't the sample i had asked for so um there was a mix up in uh the thin section so thin section is uh a very thin slice of iraq has about thirty microns thick doubly polished on both sides and it's used by people who look through microscopes to look at the minerals and textures in iraq and then you can put that uh section into uh uh an electron microprobe and actually do analyses of the mineral phases in it my and so i was.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Going to is at eight four zero zero one or do you call by something else no i i call it the eight 401 of course sometimes it's your simply referred to as that rock because it's that infamous wow all right so what's the story behind behind this rock okay so this came this was found in antarctica in 1984 um and uh uh it was ritually classified as it is a type of asteroidal uh ignace rock uh that i at the time i was studying those those types of uh uh rocks um you know my my my background is uh a heavily weighted towards in interest in magnetic processes on the earth the moon mars and asteroids and and so that's why this one was particularly of interest to me so i i was studying that along with a bunch of others that were thought to be uh basically the same uh a classification of rock and uh unfortunately a alan hills had um some puzzling features in it that uh were were a little bit off normal for for that rocked type but not so much so that uh that i i really stayed up at night worrying about it an an so i wrote a paper uh on on this group of rocks site of finely um uh in a senate in in one of the reviewers said well you know a you point out that there is this anomaly in this rockin you really ought to try and chasedown why its what's going on there why it's different and in a yo being a a moderately good scientists said okay i you know he is pointed out it's a problem i knew it was a problem but now i've really got to do something about it um so i started working at it and honestly i i could not find out what was wrong with this particular rock there was one mineral 'phasein it just did not match what eddie murray one would expect for the class i'm quite by chance i got another sample of that rock for another reason um in in in in but be really wasn't the sample i had asked for so um there was a mix up.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And health problems for people across so cal hospitals have reported treating hundreds of patients for smoke inhalation and asthma attacks experts say sinn and winds have push smoke to place is not threatened by flames so the urged people to stay indoors even if you can't smell or see smoke or ash news brought to you and then it's cooling and under that heat and pressure it's hardening enda the biggest most famous ignace rock for a home decor is a granite a which is i solicitious rock which means it's made out of silicates like mica and quartz courts is the most common mineral in the earth's crust so it's very very hard at the same time though it's made out of these a silicates and so it's porous it's hard and dense and porous all at the same time the third category of natural stone is metamorphosis a metamorphosis rock is where things get really confusing but i'm just gonna really simplify it for you metamorphised rock is win any time that the other two types sedimentary which comes from the top down ignace what's comes from the earth's crust up its any time these already formed rocks our once again captured by the earth under heat and pressure and exposed to another series of changes in other words earth in other words they they met a morph they change again and what happens when you taken 'agni a stone or a sedimentary stone that has already formed under natural processes and subjected to heat and pressure again you get a metamorphised stone like marble which was once sedimentary limestone and you get quartz which was once sedimentary sandstone so really the truth is there are only two major families of stone originally sedimentary top down ignomious from the crust up and.
"ignace rocks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Mean and and when you start to go into the middle of the country and you see things like devils tower and you find out how geologically they were formed by the way it's a final as if he were wondering is actually a ignace rock it was volcanic and it formed under the ground and then he rochan war down everything around it it's very cool from a geologic perspective super super nerdy okay that's i realized this but from there we drove up into rapid city south dakota which is just the cutest little town it's not a little town it's a mediumsized city i guess what do you have any people the aftab before you get to be like a city i'm always confused by this because for me me anything under baby one hundred thousand people you're still a town and our no there's got to be a specific richard the world's oldest centered look up when a town becomes a city find out of the population density there because i i'm guessing there's seventy thousand people ish in the rapid city area we save at this really cute little cabin camp crowd type thing it was just great and we started our adventures from there the first place we where was the crazy horse memorial and i want to expound on this just for a second because the crazy worst memorial really moved me for a variety of reasons first of all it's stunning and matt in its magnificent and it's not even remotely close to being done not even remotely it's it's so far away from being done but then while you're there you're given the back story of the crazy horse memorial which i realized after i felt very inspired by the crazy horse memorial because of the very serendipity that kind of went along with this back in the day a a bunch of a indian chiefs and by the way i asked the native american person at the crazy horse memorial fit was okay to refer to them as indians and he said we refer to ourselves indians and i was like you know what i'm bringing indian back anyway so these these group of indian chiefs got together and they heard about this sculptor that was just just gotten this big award and they set him a.