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  1. Hallo everyone, Today at 9am, I found a meteroite which seems to have fallen less than six month ago, because I was here December, 2017. And this guy was not there. So I guess the visitor is about six month old on earth.
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    Meteroite in situ

    Bedrock, Yes, from these clear photo, the rock must have come from the moon.
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    Meteroite in situ

    Clay, I agree with you, if the objectives of the forum is to attract people"s attention so let be it, as a member I have to contribute to refine knowledge on the subject of meteroites, but you will not find me post in other forums, because I have nothing to post. So I wonder when you allude that iam hoping from one point to another to persuade for attention,I can understand why on earth on mortals like you? Or Are there ladies to attract to win their heart here, when we reject facts, what remain is conjecture and speculations that will befit the bicycle and baking clubs you referred to, it's good that you talk of analogy, if the word had been used to the latter, it would have generated a great deal of knowledge, for example, dolerite a rock that had been found on earth in western Australia by scientist contain the same minerals that are found in the lunar basalt rocks, so we then deduce and learn, but, if we resort to flatter and mockery, then fictitious drama will ensue with starrings. In education psychology the monkey thing is knownot as 'çonditioning' it's a theory by pavlov, it has no relavance. I will post ,and refrain will help others to study and reflectt on the subject , but the conditioned rats must respond, for correction pavlov used rats in his controlled experiment. Have a nice fishing and trolling day Jimale
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    Meteroite in situ

    Meteroites made in Las Vegas.so the sericho meteroites your selling on ebay were not meteroites, coz the price was so low
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    Meteroite in situ

    No yours are super meteroites
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    Meteroite in situ

    Morlock, For how long will you fool yourself , you can fool some pple for sometimes, but you can't fool all the people all the time. I mean, why can't you accept the reality and therefore accept change , how on earth can you mislead and pretend,to know while you don't, you want to see what you like any other thing is a rock, yes, meteroites are rocks also. How come a few pple want to have an exclusive right to post, can the monotony of this kind make people boring and lose interest in your threads?. Anyway, as long as am a member of this group you have to cope with my future post, since am on my holiday. Jimale
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    Meteroite in situ

    Morlock, I think posting a meteroite photo to share with others, is prudent , while disregarding it's freshness or whethering phenomenon persie
  8. Hi everyone The first rock is magnetic and heavy with crust The second one is also magnetic, it looks like it has holes but they are not pronounced to underside of the rock
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    Your opinion welcomed

    Bedrock I can understand that u are not yourself, when intoxicated pliz try to act the audience part instead of the player, I wonder the type of scientific discourse and logical observation needed in collecting meteroites in a desert where terrestrial rock are hardly found , equally in North africa bedouins collect and sell meteroites to middle men, the same is what you buy and learn as lunar and mars meteroites, your ego is so big, Make A merica great again !
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    Your opinion welcomed

    Bedrock They can even come for this rare one , though meteroites don't always look like they appear in photographs, with such little knowledge they will not find it
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    Your opinion welcomed

    AzNuggetBob If u can't comprehend the first one to be a meteroite , rather have no clue about it , then in the first place it was never wise for u to comment on matter pertaining to meteroites, secondly, nothing porous here , it's typically Wethering taking place on the meteroite, it do happen to iron meteroites when materials like iron sulfide which is believed to be soft erodes, then such kind of vesicles like image is formed. Jimale
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    Your opinion welcomed

    Bob on the third photo look at chipped off area of the rock that is where it hit the ground, and that is sometimes referedo to as partial fusion crust. For the last photograph, keenly look at the matrix and compare it with an iron meteroite before etched.it is magnetic so is it a magnetite or hematite? Thanks
  13. I mean we go meteroites by definition, we are discussing documented one,by definition I believe am posting something worth doing, whoever disagree has right to opinion, no one can curtail it but I will not accept intimidation and innuendos, from some shenanigans.
  14. Rocky, I have had sold kilos of serich pallasite from kenya to many dealers from all over the world and still have more, I remember posting some images here of the same stuff. So the question me visiting a museums or buying one from whtathe u called 'reputable' is out of quesition. for those who believe what am posting are not meteroites then it means, there are meteroites of the East and the West of many world.
  15. Hallo everyone, I collected this suspect meteroite on 3rd of July 2018 in a place 20km from sericho strewn field, in the photo is a 2mm chip from the rock. It has flown lines and a fusion crust the weathered glossy crust
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    Found this in the ground today what is it?

    To me it looks like a grey moonstone.
  17. Tons of pallasite had been recovered in northern Kenya, its a strewn field of more than 20km square. 1kg is $500 at the site Found this stuff 6fts deep, with a metal detector, the pic may be poor
  18. gaustad 18 That is a rust I said it in my initial post, it's an exterior not an interior of a rock pliz look keenly
  19. My 7kg pallasite from the habaswein strewn field, a total of 27kg in my possession.
  20. Hallo everyone, My neighbour who is a herder-cum-farmer, brought back these stones, heavy, nice shapes.reddish-black, and some others. What do you think.
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    Are these rough rubies?

    Thanks to everyone for the input, some more.
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