Jump to content
Nugget Shooter Forums

Dakota Slim

Nugget Shooter Members
  • Content Count

    2,157
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    32

Everything posted by Dakota Slim

  1. Spooky stuff! Pyramid-shaped UFOs spotted by Navy may be the best 'the world has ever seen,' filmmaker says Jeremy Corbell: 'This is probably the best UFO military filmed footage certainly that I’ve ever seen, but I think also that the world has ever seen.' https://www.foxnews.com/us/ufos-spotted-navy-best-the-world-has-seen
  2. Unfortunately this thread, like so many, was tainted within minutes of me posting it. Go ahead bob, explain how I or anyone else has a Higgs boson with hair.
  3. Lots of interesting comments at that site. Similar to those here except for the sausage and the crust.
  4. I guess you'd have to check the rules bob. I wonder if shooting up old glass bottles is prohibited. Heck, even shooting. One thing is for sure though, the government made a huge land grab when Clinton substantially enlarged the park and created the Joshua National Park in 1994. Lots of good ground was pulled from the mining public. Oh, and face masks are required on these lands now. I wonder if subjects of this thread were wearing theirs.
  5. Here is an interesting article about Gold Valley and Willow Creek that might interest nugget and coin shooters.... https://www.legendsofamerica.com/ca-willowcreek/
  6. Have you noticed that bob can never be wrong? It also seems that he has a habit of trying to steer any thread I start off topic. I suspect he will bring sausage into this conversation next. Getting back to tires, I think many hiker types take the blacktop to a trailhead and park in the lot, then follow the designated trails. It ain't like that in remote areas of Death Valley. Just pulling off the blacktop on the side of the road or into an unimproved parking area can result is cut sidewalls or sharp rocks wedging themselves into the tread of tires. I'd like to hear about how these unf
  7. Yep, some people confuse the words "should" and "must".
  8. Go ahead bob. Explain the difference as it pertains to tires. Here is a slide show of Mormon Point... http://www.panamintcity.com/galleries/black/mormonpoint/mormonpointcyngallery.html
  9. Hopefully the gall that survived will explain a few things. After looking at the map and reading about that area, I think they were a long ways out of cell range. I read something about flowers out there at Mormon Point. Maybe that's what they were so dead set on seeing. Maybe they figured they could hike in and come back out but the heat got to them. I think the temps were well over 100.
  10. Google it bob. They quit maintaining roads back there. If the tires don't fit, they blow and you sit.
  11. There's something fishy going on here. Here is a photo of Mormon Point, and there's nothing there. An article is the 2nd link.. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Mormon+Point/@36.0535653,-116.757267,3a,75y,90t/data=!3m8!1e2!3m6!1sAF1QipMNkxykWRYAs8z4_g5WlLtIDorvQZIed292U2oe!2e10!3e12!6shttps:%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipMNkxykWRYAs8z4_g5WlLtIDorvQZIed292U2oe%3Dw203-h135-k-no!7i5472!8i3648!4m5!3m4!1s0x80c6e7aeebb4a567:0x71b7b9c65b33750c!8m2!3d36.0535653!4d-116.757267 https://www.deseret.com/2010/5/8/20376139/death-valley-s-mormon-point
  12. My guess is they had highway tires and were not concerned about off road travel in the desert. Being from AZ you'd think they knew better. I always used off road tires, had 2 spares, lots of plugs and a compressor. Going off road and cross country seems to have been their fatal mistake. It's hard to tell without knowing the exact location of the car but walking out to the road they came in on was probably a better bet. It has been pretty darn hot in Death Valley. Water was only one concern. I wonder what carrier they used for their cell phones. Making a 911 call should have been th
  13. Arizona congressional aide found dead days after going missing with girlfriend on Death Valley camping trip The missing Subaru was located at approximately 11 a.m. Thursday off Gold Valley Road with a note inside that read, "Two flat tires, headed to Mormon Point, have three days’ worth of water." https://www.foxnews.com/us/arizona-congressional-aide-missing-girlfriend-death-valley-camping-trip
  14. WOBBLING MUONS HINT STRONGLY AT THE EXISTENCE OF BIZARRE NEW PHYSICS https://www.syfy.com/tags/bad-astronomy
  15. We always knew you were envious bob. You don't have to keep reminding us it's about your manhood.
  16. Pfizer Shot Remains More Than 91% Effective After Six Months https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/cos-drg-gentop-hea/2021/04/01/id/1015976/
  17. Do you wear your mask when posting on the forums bob? I can picture a bush doctor with a neck gaiter and a bone thru his nose.
  18. Got my 2nd Pfizer shot a week ago. Had mild headaches and was a bit tired for 6 days. I feel like I'm back to normal now.
  19. Welcome back Max. 2015 was a very good year for you! About those doctors discussing covid, that was in Oct. 2019?
  20. Good luck on your sale. Hope your son's surgery is successful.
  21. In school, you probably learned that our planet is made up of four distinct layers: the crust, the mantle, the outer core, and the inner core. But new research by a team of scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) is shaking up the game: like a Russian doll, they say, the inner core has yet another core hidden inside of it. https://futurism.com/the-byte/scientists-something-earth-core
  22. If Theia’s remnants do lie deep in Earth’s mantle, they may not be alone. Seismologists are increasingly seeing small, ultradense pockets of material in the deep mantle, only a few hundred kilometers across, often near the edges of the LLSVPs. Maybe they are the sunken remnants of iron-rich cores from other miniature planets that hit early Earth, Jenkins says. Theia, in fact, might be just one grave in a planetary cemetery. https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/03/remains-impact-created-moon-may-lie-deep-within-earth
  23. It wasn't long ago that someone wrote that his dog had poked holes in the earth's crust. I had to point out that the "crust" is hard rock, meaning or bedrock. In any case, Qian Yuan, an Arizona State University graduate student presented this idea at last week’s Lunar and Planetary Science Conference... THERE APPEARS TO BE A HUGE CHUNK OF AN ANCIENT PLANET BURIED INSIDE EARTH THEIA'S IMPACT WITH THE EARTH CREATED THE MOON — AND PERHAPS LEFT SOME SHRAPNEL BEHIND. https://futurism.com/the-byte/huge-chunk-ancient-planet-buried-inside-earth
×
×
  • Create New...