A thunder egg is similar to a filled geode and it forms within rhyolitic volcanic ash layers. Rhyolite is very silica-rich, so the mineral composition of thunder eggs usually contain quartz, agate, jasper, chalcedony, etc. Nile talks about lab safety (Chemistry is Dangerous): 🤍youtu.be/ftACSEJ6DZA - NileRed Beaker mugs: 🤍nilered.tv/store - ■ NileRed: 🤍🤍youtube.com/c/nilered #shorts
I have one of those, I love it.
AgateDad would love to see those!!
Better than the "geode" that my buddy thought he had a while back. I cut it open, and it was just a concretion. He was sad, haha
As a kid I kept breaking random stones in the hope to get one of these.. no the sandstone I used didnt ever work.
that look very sinister like the demon core
Looks like a geode to me. I’m no expert though.
It's a geode I think
You need to ask Dan Hurd, he’ll know
Didn’t know flames could choose rouge.
obviously never playd Ty the Tasmanian tiger.
In my vision its look like some sort of crystal maybe
Hear me out
Instead of using one
So this is YouTube business.
I should call her
Those Japanese rocks
Septarian nodule not a thunder egg