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  1. You're very welcome. I'm glad that I could be of service, and your good sense of humor is greatly appreciated. You should hang around and peruse this forum. You'll find a lot of good chuckles and a lot of helpful and insightful information about meteorites, impact craters, and the precious metals that are delivered to the Earths' crust by them. Cheers ;
  2. Hi Cincyguy, that rock is decidedly granite, so of course it is ' EXTRA' terrestrial,
  3. I agree, 4M Although, what appears to be limestone clinging to the side, might imply a marine fossil of some kind.
  4. Wow, Doc, That all sounds like some great advice. Thanks for putting in the time and effort to write that up. It's certainly worth more than any two cents. More like two hefty nuggets at least. Thanks as well to all of the other members that contributed on this thread. I'm sure that everything I've been learning from you all here on Nugget Shooter is going to help me find my first nugget or nugget patch one of these days.
  5. Thanks for posting this, garimpo My Uncle, (my fathers' brother) was one of those captured in Bataan. He endured the Death March,and spent the remainder of WW2 in a Japanese POW camp where he and others were forced to mine coal. All the while suffering from Malaria and Beriberi. He never requested any medical treatment because those who did were never seen or heard from again. At the end of the war, he and some others in the camp, saw the Nagasaki FLASH (From a safe distance). After returning home from the war he reenlisted. As a side note, and somewhat ironically
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