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ben dixon identification and advisory officer.

requested me to send a picture of the one aerolite sampled, so me did.

out of thirty some universities have sent my fall rocks picture to he's only positive reply. he requested me send a picture of the one aerolite tested. so me did.

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Are you willing to accept the results from the London Natural History Museum? They are experts. Or are you going to ignore their findings?

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their meteorite geologist is on vacation so won't be beck until April 13th. they received the cash for customs March 28th.

can't thank you enough for your interest, bob

 

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Did you send them a physical sample, or just a picture?

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first sent them aerolite picture, they responded asking for samples. 

sent them four including the aerolite sample. they noticed me February 8, 2019 that custom's had a hold on them.

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by the way mike, thanks for your interest.

the smoke tree area 92266 CA is 325.9 square miles.

if it wasn't for the burnt lumber, these meteorites would have never been found.

 

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18 minutes ago, wet/dry washer said:

if it wasn't for the burnt lumber, these meteorites would have never been found.

The meteor started a fire when it struck earth?  Did you call the fire department?

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nearest fire department, Blythe CA, don has no phone. we do our correspondence with mail. 167 mile trip to his place from Morristown.

Jim use fly out and drop messages tied to a rock. goldfields mining engineer was in Grand rapids Michigan negotiating with me on our claims near glamis ca. me call jim he would fly out drop the message at Don who drive 25 miles to Palo Verde call jim who would call me in grand rapids. the engineer spent four days in Grand rapids Michigan.

don and me got the highest lease agreements than the others.

 

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Still hanging on the "meteorites start fires" thing?

They don't.

And we're still waiting to see your classification...

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