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    Axe and wood handle

    Two years ago I posted artifacts that I found on my land and it generated a lot of controversy. Iím still finding stone tools and fossils that are not supposed to be found in my state, like petrified coconuts that were about four feet deep with cut markings, more stone tools and two partial mosasaurus jaws. I have roughly 4,000 photos now. Here are two examples, the wooden handle has started a process called coalification and there is cordage under the oxide layer on the axe head. The metallic colored point is not flint. I donít know what the mineral makeup is. Iíve never saw anything like it before
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    I'd like to see your petrified coconuts. Gary
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    What makes you think that is an axe handle? From the pics it looks like a piece of stick wood. Better pics of the axe would be nice. A front on one showing the bit end? From what I see so far it looks like an axe shaped rock. Natural.
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    You have posted this "axe" and "handle" before. It remains a rock and a stick.
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    Lol natural? Thatís an axe, I found them together. Head at the notched end
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddsPoint View Post
    I'd like to see your petrified coconuts. Gary
    Worst. Pickup line. Ever
    Last edited by Doubter in MD; Jul 12, 2018 at 11:08 AM.

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    Not an Axe. Not even close to being an Axe.

    I guess since you you are so much smarter than us and none of us know what we are doing or talking about it would be best if you found a site where you could all oooh and aaah over your rocks.
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    Just accept that you know what you know. I don’t know who you are but I’m sure you are not the one who is going to rewrite history.

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    The item in the second pic is an artifact no doubt about that but the axe I also say natural as I stated before ...... have you ever seen any other axes made from stone with that shape ? Nope but I also find natural rocks with that same shape in the rivers all the time ..... and they stay in the river
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Looking at the coconuts they don't seem petrified. Are they stone? Also no one needs to threaten anyone. This site is for fun & education.
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    Could we get a look at the insides of those coconut pieces?

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    Although the "axe" appears to be just a rock, I can see why the shape could be mistaken for a "Chipped Axe", a type found at least in New England. Illustration from the earliest edition of our New England artifact guide....

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    Quote Originally Posted by newnan man View Post
    Looking at the coconuts they don't seem petrified. Are they stone? Also no one needs to threaten anyone. This site is for fun & education.
    Not petrified. A little wary maybe. Perhaps even afraid, but definitely not petrified.

    I'm trying to lighten the mood. I'd still like some pics of the inside of the coconuts if possible.
    Last edited by Doubter in MD; Jul 12, 2018 at 11:38 AM.
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