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  1. #16
    cn
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohp733 View Post
    Agree some of those are flint
    Thank you,
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  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by DizzyDigger View Post
    Beautiful stones, no doubt, but you don't offer a single shred of
    empirical data confirming why you have decided/determined they
    are meteorites.

    I'm not a scientist, nor do I have a lab..but I do have common sense.
    I also will not argue/debate with you over the details. Except in the
    most obvious cases, "meteorites" are just nice looking stones unless
    a qualified expert scientifically determines that they are indeed stones
    from outer space.

    Have a nice day...
    They are peridotite, pyroxene, plagioclase, calcium feldspar graphite, scientists have found quartz crystals in carbonaceous chondrites, Anything is possible, Thank you,
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    That’s a nice flint nodule, might make a good arrowhead.
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  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calgarychef View Post
    That’s a nice flint nodule, might make a good arrowhead.
    They re basalts, the gems of the planet, Thank yuo,

  5. #20
    cn
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    This is a specimen, Click image for larger version. 

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  6. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by The hunter Awang View Post
    They are peridotite, pyroxene, plagioclase, calcium feldspar graphite, scientists have found quartz crystals in carbonaceous chondrites, Anything is possible, Thank you,
    No, scientists have not found quartz crystals in meteorites. I do not wish to antagonize you, but you continue to post false and nonsensical information regarding meteorites. Why? Why do you do that, you seem to know absolutely nothing regarding the science of meteoritics.

    Some Meteorite Realities
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  7. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    No, scientists have not found quartz crystals in meteorites. I do not wish to antagonize you, but you continue to post false and nonsensical information regarding meteorites. Why? Why do you do that, you seem to know absolutely nothing regarding the science of meteoritics.

    Some Meteorite Realities
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  8. #23
    cn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    No, scientists have not found quartz crystals in meteorites. I do not wish to antagonize you, but you continue to post false and nonsensical information regarding meteorites. Why? Why do you do that, you seem to know absolutely nothing regarding the science of meteoritics.

    Some Meteorite Realities
    This is a paper published by a scientist,

  9. #24
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    Diggin up TEXAS!

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  11. #26
    cn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggin-N-Dumps View Post
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    Great discovery,

  12. #27
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    OrienteeringClick image for larger version. 

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  13. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by The hunter Awang View Post
    Thank you, where is the professional laboratory? It turns out that of all the meteorites that l ve ever seen, very unusual,
    If you can google "list of meteorite testing labs", you too can answer your question:

    METEORITE TESTING AND CLASSIFYING INSTITUTIONS

    And, by golly, some meteorites do contain quartz, but never visible to the naked eye...

    http://meteorites.wustl.edu/id/quartz.htm
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  14. #29
    cn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    If you can google "list of meteorite testing labs", you too can answer your question:

    METEORITE TESTING AND CLASSIFYING INSTITUTIONS

    And, by golly, some meteorites do contain quartz, but never visible to the naked eye...

    Quartz, Calcite, Magnetite, Hematite, & Micas
    You re right, One of my small specimens contains tiny quartz, great discovery,Click image for larger version. 

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  15. #30
    ca
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    Quote Originally Posted by The hunter Awang View Post
    The first one is the same as the last one, Which university are you from? thank you,
    What university are you from, is the question ? You are making a whole lot of claims, with a whole lot of nonsense ....

 

 
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