Basalt is a rare rock found in the earth's crust. It can be found in many mountains and  around the earth in volcanoes. We some times use these in materials like concrete, buildings, kitchens tiles, and more. Basalt comes in the most weirdest shapes and its cool that the basalt burns under the igneous rock it used to be just burning rock  with fire on it basalt is also a renewable source. Sometimes if we run out we go back to same source we found it, a volcano or the sea but I'm pretty sure the sea is more safe to collect basalt from. Basalt well never run out, volcanoes well just create even more of igneous and basalt so we would be probably be good for about 65, 000,000 years.  Basalt is amorphous, columnar, tabular, or globular when it is decomposed it is found also in round masses.  basalt has a smooth glassy surface that looks like many ropes. Ropes form when the lava gets cooled down by the water and creates large rope lines in circles underneath the sea. They are some facts that you can find basalt near the edge of the mountains that contain a substance called sulfur it comes from volcanic ashes. 

Basalt does not melt nor shrink in the flame, when not stressed, keeps it geometric integrity. Basalt is exceptionally suited to block fire Basalt fibers ensure excellent weather ability to outdoors basalt reinforced composites.

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