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  1. So :you're" opinion is greater than the whiteshell expert. Which he is, for geology as well unfortunately. And im not tryi g to prove it to you, i was working to prive it to people in general but now I grow plants with it so its basically useless to you anyways and another dead end in this long sedimentary arc. I dont expect that any rubes will understand. Are you all imca members
  2. no Graham Young. He is the initial contact and yes agrees this is not a normal sandstone. Which you all claim it is. But he is a PhD and you people jjust dont like me, so you think its been a big joke.
  3. uh proof that nothing I say, even though its fact is looked at seriously by clowns.
  4. So here you have it, Im fricking wrong because this guy doesn't understand why what i just stated is fact. Listen to me. The scientific research I've pulled from Are the effects of atmospheric entry on a sandstone. The stone experiment sandstone. And Dr John anfinogenova, his paper which is one of the earliest to propose a devastating planetary event that cause mass mayhem in our solar system. And lays out, sedimentary meteorites are certainly possible for this reason. These are not internet articles you just Google. They are published papers. The den
  5. If you all would have been more engaged with finding the truth, maybe I would have done that. It may be funny that I found this but speaking on the completely crusted specimen it was a perfect match and all agreed. Suddenly when sandstone became the interior it was impossible. But evidence of what happens to sandstone during atmospheric entry shows 1. Terrestrial sandstone can withstand entry 2 that it will discoler white and dislodge instead of melt really. 3. The red also matches the rollover lip, it was deeply burnt ant circled the tail feature. It was a dead ringer. E
  6. also, my comments have all been edited by someone else. Clearly the admins and mods here think its a big joke. But im everywhere here
  7. Yeah well the scientific and observable features are consistent with research, which none of you have bothered to look at. My main points are, white/translucent mm crusting. Burns and a typical stoney if you look at flow lines and reg formations Kink banding is present and obvious shocking. Plus sand grains in lighter mineral veins are not fused! And the shape of it was perfect and I wish that I didn't have to do what i did. But it was how I proved it. So my mistake was destroying very critical features...
  8. The interior has become sand that I have kept and will always keep. I've not wasted this but controlled it and am amazed by this stone. The exterior is quite fused and all fragments survive and held by many people here in Winnipeg.
  9. Higher quality photos of the stone. Yeah IDK nobody takes this idea seriously and how can I argue proof if vital I mean key details are simply brushed aside. I'm done with this and pursuing future expeditions that are more prepared. I'm glad that cooler minds prevail I feel blessed in this work I've done truly and I 80% stand behind my assertions here and elsewhere. I've made a few errors but these things are ultimately ironed out in the bigger picture. -odin
  10. Yeah many times, heres another interesting clue. This stones crust if rubbed on porcelain is a very earthy brown, but the interior is clear streak color and the dust from streaking is grey.
  11. To be fair I can see this stone is white. But not the same kind of white, this sandstone has patches of translucent sandgrains that lost their color, they appear white but a very very clean and attractive white, this is very dissimilar fireball IMO fireball -Odin
  12. Lets see this iron in sandstone. how the heck does a guy find a nickel test anyway. Mars has nickel that would put this whole thread to bed right?
  13. I'm the guy that is convinced that the research ive read is pointing to me finding a Martian sandstone. That is all, also I love rocks man.
  14. My background is unrelated except, I grew up in the badlands of Drumheller Alberta, was exploring early on and became interested in meteorites at 15. I'm 26 now and Ive been on about four hunts all amazing all fruitless or wrongs but that's just how things are. This stone came from my most recent hunt to the Manitoba Meteorite hotspot. it's a real place and probably the only place in the world one could just stumble on this kinda thing several unrecovered recentish falls and two ancient glaciers colliding along the border Coupled with the finds which if you locate them on google earth are in a
  15. WillM: I appreciate your comment, I have spoken about the similarities in this stone and the ones found in Sweden that are now unfortunately a dead horse. That's pretty clever for you to have connected those stones to this research. As you can see the community in general scoffs at the idea of sedimentary meteorites. Facts are facts and I see these forum members posting all the time saying "No matter how much you wish for you're stone to be a meteorite, it is what it is." This statement is wildly ironic to me, Because now when the facts are presented opposing their opinion they
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