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Morlock last won the day on June 26

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  1. Years ago, another woman wasn't so lucky. https://www.al.com/news/2021/10/a-meteorite-landed-next-to-sleeping-woman-in-canada-in-1954-an-alabama-woman-wasnt-as-lucky.html
  2. I think someone will offer her enough money that she will sell it.
  3. Sleeping Canadian woman has close call with meteorite that lands on bed. https://nypost.com/2021/10/11/sleeping-canadian-woman-has-close-call-with-meteorite/
  4. Congrats Skip. But you knew this was coming.
  5. Welcome to the forum. You mean sodalite which is fluorescent with a LW flashlight?
  6. The reason I posted the article in the first place is because it made reference to an sci-fi episode that I viewed years ago..."Dr Who and The Silurians". Yes..I'm a Dr Who fan and one thing I've learned from that show and all of science fiction is.....never say never...even if there's no evidence...yet.
  7. Max Your ZINGER scooter needs MORE POWER!!!
  8. https://www.discovermagazine.com/the-sciences/what-if-we-arent-the-first-advanced-civilization-on-earth
  9. I think you're suffering from pareidolia.
  10. Not a meteorite. But need more details for indentification
  11. I wouldn't throw it away. Keep it as a specimen. Even if there's a tiny bit of arsenic in it, as long as you don't lick it or anything like that.. it's harmless.
  12. I've seen specimens labeled as bornite and chalcopyrite that look exactly the same so I don't think one can conclusively state it's one or another by just visual means. A streak test will help. Chalcopyrite streaks greenish black. Bornite streaks grayish black.
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