|University of Wyoming president, Dr. Phil Dubois, congratulates|
|Soke Hausel teaches students at the University of Wyoming|
the proper way to break rocks. Here, they are learning about
limestone. If you try this without proper instruction and
training, you will break your hand.
|Governor Mike Sullivan congratulates Soke Hausel|
Finally, back to the Top Scientists. In a letter from Nicholas Law, Director General with the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England to Soke Hausel, he writes: "You are to be congratulated. As a noted and eminent professional in the field of science you have now been considered and nominated for recognition by the IBC. Of the many thousands of biographies from a wide variety of sources investigated by the research and editorial departments of IBC, a select few are those of individuals who, in our belief, have made a significant enough contributions in their field to engender influence on a local national or international basis. Ratification of your nomination by the Awards board is now complete and it is therefore my great honour to name you as a member of the IBC Top 100 Scientists - 2016. As a holder of this distinction ....."
So what makes Soke Hausel unique as a scientist - all of the gemstone, gold, mineral and rock discoveries. These can only be matched by a handful of people in history. But will he accept this award? Probably not. "It is always nice to be recognize for my work, but I don't need awards anymore - I have plenty buried in my closet". "When I left the University of Wyoming, I also dumped a bunch of them on a shelf, as there were too many to transport to Arizona".
|One of the greatest achievements - discovery of a|
giant, world-class gold deposit
|Soke Hausel inducted into two Halls of Fame at the same time - one for geology, the other for martial arts.|