Michigan man discovers glowing, florescent rocks called "Yooperlites". Erik Rintamaki discovered a rock that glows under an ultraviolet light made of a mineral never seen before in Michigan. Without knowing what they were or why the rocks glowed, he named them “Yooperlites”. Rintamaki says it all started in 2017 when he went out on a beach in Lake Superior with a UV light and discovered tons of these glowing rocks.
To the naked eye, they look like gray rocks, but under the UV light, the mineral composite makes the rocks glow.
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Video source: Yooperlites (Facebook)
INFINITY STONE! OMG THANOS HERE ! STRANGE,WHERE ARE YOU!
That the stone from dragon tales
@alex03052010 he didn't discover anything. He found a mineral that glows under uv light. He was just checking out stuff with a uv light and noticed it. (Ppl use them all the time in AZ to find scorpions... it's not uncommon & lots of led flashlights have uv built in for stuff like this).
Man i thought they only came from wakanda
A man? But actually the woman discovered the rock and picked it up first 🤔🤔🤔
This comment section is giving me a headache 🤣 The story in the description is not about the woman in the video 🤦🏻♂️ the story is about the man who originally discovered them out there which is why these people are out there with all them UV flashlights...are we clear now???
Looks like a glowing potato to me lololol
Picking it up. That's how you get super powers
Looked like a woman who pointed it out... just saying; Michigan ain't discover shiznat... my opinion as to whazźzat a saw
So people walk casually with a ultraviolet light turned on faced to the ground?
why people saying congratulations like they gave birth to the rock?
All these people have been reported missing and nobody can locate them or know their where abouts. Look up the story