SEPTEMBER 11, 2009. MOUNTAIN PASS, CA. In the lab at Molycorp Minerals mine in Mountain Pass, CA, v

SEPTEMBER 11, 2009. MOUNTAIN PASS, CA. In the lab at Molycorp Minerals mine in Mountain Pass, CA, vials hold the raw oar and test samples of the rare earth metals that the company extracts from the rusty colored rock. With names that are foreign to most consumers, the metals are components in products that will define the future of industrial society. By 2012, Molycorp expects to be come a major global player in metals used in hybrid electric car batteries and wind generator motors. (Photo by Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
SEPTEMBER 11, 2009. MOUNTAIN PASS, CA. In the lab at Molycorp Minerals mine in Mountain Pass, CA, vials hold the raw oar and test samples of the rare earth metals that the company extracts from the rusty colored rock. With names that are foreign to most consumers, the metals are components in products that will define the future of industrial society. By 2012, Molycorp expects to be come a major global player in metals used in hybrid electric car batteries and wind generator motors. (Photo by Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
SEPTEMBER 11, 2009. MOUNTAIN PASS, CA. In the lab at Molycorp Minerals mine in Mountain Pass, CA, v
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