The biggest shock for me, was when I turned up to that event (in March 2004), my ex girlfriend was one of the girls. I never wrote about that Speed Dating adventure on this platform’s previous outlet, Don’t Stop Living, but I did cover the Lock In (fake Big Brother) on there. It was a fad and so as four single guys at the time, we jumped on board.Following microstructural and mineralogical analysis, isotopic, palaeomagnetic and electron spin resonance (ESR) methods were employed in an attempt to determine the age of the most recent movements on the sampled faults.The larger fracture zones contain faultrock assemblages and microstructures which are consistent with a prolonged and polyphase movement history, although the cumulative displacements involved formation of fault gouge cemented by authigenic 'illite'.
She's too nice to drink black coffee, but is a bit of a rebel and does it anyways.
Dating studies were targeted particularly at the gouge but also at older fault rock and vein phases.
ESR dating of quartz graines, separated from gouge from fracture zones NE-4 and NE-3, strongly indicates that the ESR signals have not been reset by fault movements for a minimum time period of several hundred thousand to one million years.
At the time, reality events and TV shows were all the rage, I appeared in two mini versions of “Big Brother” around that era.
w=1920 1920w" sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" data-recalc-dims="1" / Back in 2004 as a student at Bournemouth University, in England, I went to a “Speed Dating night” with my friends Lock in Lee, Mad Mike and Jody.