Part 1 – Field Trip with Microbiologist Dan Burisch to Frenchman Mountain, Nevada

May 30, 2004, at Frenchman Mountain "Vishnu Schist Great Unconformity" east of Las Vegas, Nevada. The rocks are early pre-Cambrian granite and schist that range from .5 billion to 1.7 billion years old. On left, Dan Burisch, Ph.D., microbiologist, videotaped by Linda Moulton Howe. Photograph © 2004 by Winston Smith.
May 30, 2004, at Frenchman Mountain "Vishnu Schist Great Unconformity" east of Las Vegas, Nevada. The rocks are early pre-Cambrian granite and schist that range from .5 billion to 1.7 billion years old. On left, Dan Burisch, Ph.D., microbiologist, videotaped by Linda Moulton Howe. Photograph © 2004 by Winston Smith.
Frenchman Mountain "Great Unconformity" where the Vishnu schist and granite were tilted about 50 degrees to the east some ten million years ago during the Miocene Epoch. Graphic by University of Los Vegas Geoscience Department.
Frenchman Mountain "Great Unconformity" where the Vishnu schist and granite were tilted about 50 degrees to the east some ten million years ago during the Miocene Epoch. Graphic by University of Los Vegas Geoscience Department.

June 11, 2004  Las Vegas, Nevada - In 1989, 25-year-old Danny B Crain graduated from the State University of New York, Stonybrook with a Ph.D. in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics. Dr. Crain was at the same time employed by the U. S. Navy's DOD Naval Research Laboratory. His rank was Captain and his title Microbiologist IV. A year later in 1990, he married Deborah Kay Burisch who had a child from a previous marriage. Five years later in 1995, Danny B Crain legally changed his last name to Burisch to match the child's legal last name.

 

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