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Arizona Karate Instructor Receives International Award

Posted by Dan Hausel, Soke on March 22, 2017 at 6:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Press Release - March 22nd, 2017

 

Gilbert, Arizona Karate & Kobudo Grandmaster Recognized for Outstanding Scientific Achievement

 

Sounds strange? A karate and kobudo instructor selected for an award for science? Actually, it is common place for one person.

 

Grandmaster Dan Hausel is a polymath - a person who reached the highest level of achievement in more than one discipline. In fact, twice in the past while at the University of Wyoming and working for the Wyoming Geological Survey, he was inducted into Halls-of-Fame for contributions to martial arts and geological sciences in the same year. And several years, Marquis Who’s Who recognized him for accomplishments in martial arts, geological sciences, writing, art and public speaking.

 

As a martial artist, Hausel reached the highest level in 1999, when appointed the Grandmaster of Seiyo Kai Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo(TM) while at the University of Wyoming after more than 3 decades in martial arts. Today, he continues to teach martial arts in Mesa, Arizona.

 

As a geo-scientist, he authored hundreds of papers and books on geology and mineral deposits, identified hundreds of gold, diamond and gemstone deposits and anomalies while at the Wyoming Geological Survey. In 2009, he and six of his colleagues were recognized for discovery of one of the largest gold deposits on earth found at Donlin Creek, Alaska in 1988. At the time, he was on leave from the Wyoming Geological Survey and consulting for WestGold, a subsidiary of DeBeers. Today, he continues writing books on prospecting and geology, is a geologist for the Ferris-Haggarty Mining Corp, and consults for other mining companies while contributing articles to the Prospecting and Mining Journal.

 

So, Hausel has been selected for the Cambridge Certificate for Outstanding Scientific Achievement by the International Biographical Institute. IBC is associated with the City of Cambridge and with Cambridge University in Great Britain.

 

For more information, please refer to the following:

About Grandmaster Hausel

About GemHunter

University of Wyoming Alumni Awarded

University of https://www.alumni.utah.edu/u-news/december03/post-it.htm" target="_blank">Utah Alumni Newsletter

Both a Google and Bing Search will result an several thousand articles of interest.

 

 

For more information, contact: Nicholas Law, Director General, International Biographical Centre, England or contact W. Dan Hausel.

Arizona Martial Artist and Geologist recognized for contributions

Posted by Dan Hausel, Soke on August 13, 2016 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (0)


Great Men and Women of Science


Professor W. Dan Hausel, You have been included in the 1st edition of the biographical reference “Great Men and Women of Science” scheduled for release to high-profile libraries and research institutes worldwide. This book will include you along with biographies of legendary 20th and 21st century figures in the world of science, medicine and engineering such as Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, Steve Wozniak, Elon Musk, Marie Curie, Edward Hubble, Nikola Tesla and Carl Sagan. Your name will stand with these historical scientific greats in the world of science.


You were selected because of your outstanding contributions to pragmatic geological sciences, martial arts, writing and geological mapping. As one of the discoverers of one of the 10 largest gold deposits in the world, two of the largest colored gemstone deposits ever found, author of more than 1,000 scientific contributions, author of more than 1,000 km2 of geological maps, and authority of Okinawan martial arts, you bring considerable prestige to this book scheduled for publication in 2017 by the IBC in Cambridge England.


Your name was brought to the attention of our research board and we feel your achievements will enhance this publication. Only a few thousand of the world’s greatest professionals merit inclusion.


Congratulations, Sara Rains, Editor-in-Chief

 

Hausel, also known as the GemHunter and Soke, is known for his uncanny ability to find new mineral deposits. Along with 6 other geologists, Hausel discoveried the Donlin Creek, Alaska gold deposit - one of the largest gold deposits ever found. He also discovered the Rattlesnake Hills gold district, along with many other gold anomalies, gemstones and diamonds. He is also a grandmaster of martial arts and holds one of the highest ranks in karate and kobudo. Hausel states, "I have been blessed by God, as I am not genius, I have just been given the opportunities to do what I love to do in this life".

 

 



 

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