Who Discovered Granite?

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There is no single person who seems to be credited for the discovery of granite. Granite has been known to be used in the Egyptian pyramids, which date back to 26th century BC. This igneous rock is primarily made up of mica, quartz and feldspar.
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Granite was discovered in ancient times, thousands of years ago.
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After that, the MIA (stone lobby group) tried to supress the facts, leading Dr. Kitto to start looking into it. Later, Stan Liebert started finding cases of hot granite countertops
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Elvis presley discovered granite.
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