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  1. #46
    us
    nomad roman numeral 2

    Nov 2009
    nomads land
    any tector i can get my hands on
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    yeah ! when u give ur opinion we need to see ur credentials ? otherwise its just an opinion ? DOH !
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  2. #47
    us
    nomad roman numeral 2

    Nov 2009
    nomads land
    any tector i can get my hands on
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    seems ?

  3. #48
    us
    Aug 2016
    IL
    CTX 3030 Minelab Safari
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    Uuuug
    This is one of those “ He said She said” post that goes forever
    Get the rocks looked at and tested by someone that can give professional documentation on what they are or aren’t.
    I would of done that and then posted or followed up with documentation
    I love reading informational posts so let’s get some answers here please
    BD
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    Bigdob[/B]


  4. #49
    gb
    Dec 2019
    Surrey
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    The amount of ill-informed nonsense being touted in this guy’s (or girl’s) multiple ‘meteorite’ threads beggars belief and he/she is accepting none of the advice being offered.

    He/she is showing sedimentary chert/flint alongside volcanic rock with vesicles and saying they’re the same rock type; claiming rare ureilite meteorite types and then saying they might be from Mars (which is not the parent body for ureilites anyway); claiming he can see quartz crystals in his ‘meteorites’ (despite the fact that quartz has only rarely been identified in meteorites at microscopic level, not visible to the naked eye); claiming he has iron meteorites from outside our solar system (of which there are none known) and various other petrological impossibilities.

    I think it’s pretty obvious that he/she has no interest in any information which corrects the mistaken belief that he/she is sitting on a gold-mine of meteoritical rarities. Sadly, he/she seems to be selling them to people without any verification, as evidenced by the comment on another thread: “You can rest assured that these specimens are reasonably priced, a lot of people buy”.

    The excuse that he/she can’t get any professional verification: “Thank you, some LABS let me mail specimens, but it’s far from my country” is nothing more than that. An excuse, to avoid the specimens being identified for what they really are. Terrestrial rocks.
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  5. #50
    us
    Aug 2016
    IL
    CTX 3030 Minelab Safari
    140
    177 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Well said Red-Coat
    BD
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    Bigdob[/B]


 

 
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