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Stillweaver hillbelli

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  1. An elemental metal alloy mineral, say that fast three times
  2. And after they are married, she will play his flute
  3. Sure, if I had the meteorite, the machinery, and the skill to do all that's shown in the vid... It all looks pretty straight forward, doesn't it. I like the small " ring chuck" he made. For now, I'll stick with making a cab every so often in the Palomar Gem lap shop.
  4. Sounds like a " cull" to me. The few ranchers I know will shoot a critter like that. We have a grazing lease agreement with a rancher. On the few occasions that we can watch "COW TV" live, on the set, everyone of the beeves in earshot of my melancholy tune ,or stones throw, scampers, including the herd bullI (wish I was as endowed). He looks to be four feet wide and very heavy. I first thought I was looking at udders. I was wrong.
  5. I apologize. I did not mean to inadvertently imply sex in this post. There are equal odds that a convent could be in Bob's future
  6. Forest roomba: take a cylinder 8 feet wide and 2 in diameter, cover it with big carbide teeth and spin @ 2000 rPM or so. Mount on an articulating arm. Install on a 13 ton tracked vehicle... search forester mulcher... FECON Couple that with "feller bunchers" to drop trees for harvest ,and areas open to the public to harvest dead and downed wood, and you will have much less flammable areas
  7. ...Might as well predict that hell is going to freeze over., pigs will fly, and Bedrock Bob will become a monk.
  8. Metal prices are self-correcting, somewhat, overtime, as rising prices bring more production/ supply into the market to handle increasing demand. To be sure, there are idled mines with stockpiles of ore awaiting processing if only they could increase their margin. Either prices for metal go up, or processing costs go down due to lower energy costs will increase margin. Note: my first sentence that I stated "somewhat"...
  9. It is coral... search, " coral lots of little holes" and go to images.
  10. Ha! I had an 05 Vue,, never heard banjos in the woods, though. Only cattle lowin'
  11. Looks quite original and unmolested by nature- other than host rock being dissolved away.. .source must be close.. Beauty!
  12. Sorry, I see a deer footprint in slag gluing older slag fragments together. But then ,I have no meteorites ,or wrongs,... you know more than I on the subject, to tell you the truth.
  13. Maybe you just found the big chunks as the rest was pulverized and well incorporated. Farming history in the area would help (and a talk with the landowner ) to clear things up.
  14. Slag can be used to increase the ph of soil used in farming, and frequently is, as it is cheap- just have to truck it to location used and spread. A search using the terms, " slag farming amendment" yields many pages of information. There's even a national slag association...
  15. Slag that was dumped onto loose dirt and rock that then congealed into the mass you have. Sulphur and water are in many terrestrial rocks( and slag).to cause the popping and smell.
  16. Rocks containing moisture will explode when heated. Under what conditions does yours explode?
  17. The second pic , I see a guy with a sloped forehead, big nose, and a big mouth.. Remind me of Bedrock Bob
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