Yooperlite Glow Rocks

Yooperlites are Syenites rich in fluorescent Sodalite, found on Lake Superior beaches in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
It’s technically called a “Syenite Clasts Containing Fluorescent Sodalite” but Erik wanted something easier to pronounce. So he coined the name “Yooperlite” and has now trademarked the Yooperlite name.
Yooperlites have become a worldwide phenomenon with coverage in every major newspaper and TV outlet in the world.

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+1 1. Judge-Jake commented 316 days ago

Yoopee!! I pee, everybody pee's...and don't say you don't:D