"The Rumble of the Earth" was shown; Mehdizadeh: The future of Iran will be built by the development of geological technology
The unveiling ceremony of the documentary "Gel Feshan, Boiling and Rising of the Earth" was unveiled to promote and introduce another hidden and extraordinary potential of Iran's tourism field.
The documentary "Gel Feshan, Boiling and Rising of the Earth" is the third part of the series of documentaries of the Earth's surface, which, with the support of the Vice Presidency of Science and Technology, introduces the hidden attractions and capacities of our country's tourism.
In the third part of this documentary series, the geological phenomenon of "Gel Feshan" in Golestan province is introduced.
Kambiz Mehdizadeh, Director of Innovation and Technologies Development Project in the field of Geology, Mining and Mining Industries in the Vice Presidency of Science and Technology, said at the event that the future will be built by technologies, not oil barrels. to be picked up. Iran is the geological paradise of the world, but we do not appreciate this gift.
Emphasizing on planning serious tourism land plans in a codified way, he said: "The Vice Presidency of Science and Technology was the first organization to take this step and, thanks to God, it has been successful." Relying on technology and innovation, today we introduced Iran's geological heritage to the world.
The director of the Geological and Mining Technologies Development Project continued: "In this documentary, for the first time, we will depict the beautiful florets of Golestan province, which is unique in the region, and despite the fact that these florets were turned off, we showed that all Flower shops in Golestan province are active.
The director of the Geological and Mining Technologies Development Project considered paying attention to emerging technologies as a way to reduce existing mineral reserves and added: "We must create a new evolutionary process by using technology and innovation in discovering large mineral reserves and must use new exploration tools and move systematically.
On January 16 in the current year, details of cooperation between four countries, Japan, the United States, Australia and India, on cooperation in the field of rare earth elements and the severance of dependence on China were revealed. Accordingly, the director of the Geological and Mining Technologies Development Project, emphasizing that Iran's future depends on attention to rare earth elements, added: "The future is made by rare earth elements, not slogans and promises. In the importance of these elements, the United States should say 35 minerals from China supplies, 14 of which are fully dependent on China.
The third series of these documentaries was dedicated to introducing the geological attraction of volcanoes in Golestan province.
Communication and Information Center in the Vice Presidency of Science and Technology