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Beautiful close ups, one specimen - Fellow pros I need your help

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Bacon?

 

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Slag?

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First time I've ever said this. Your pics are too close. We need to see the entire rock. Could you also include crisp pics a little farther out, please?

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It resembles slag to me also.

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Your pic looks like extremely common slag. I have seen mountains of it many times. It is cheaper than salt and easier to spread on the winter roads without damaging plants. 

Cheers! 

billpeters

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10 hours ago, SeasonedMeteoriteHunter said:

It is not slag but thanks for the attempt - 

Since it's not slag, and we are all on the edge of our seats, why don't you help out some of us less educated on meteorites and tell us what is it your showing us ?:89:

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11 hours ago, SeasonedMeteoriteHunter said:

It is not slag but thanks for the attempt - 

What flavor is the seasoning? I am partial to Cool Ranch myself.

If it is not slag then what caused the bubbles? And the silica?

Show us meteoritic characteristics. That is how you impress us with your specimen. Then give us physical data like density, size, weight, metals suite, stuff like that. Because without that it is difficult to have an opinion much less be amazed.

If you think it is a met then show us and tell us why you think that. The pics look just like slag to me too. Let's see what you have and actually evaluate the meteoritic characteristics. If your seasoning is taco flavor or better you should understand this completely. 

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On 3/6/2019 at 10:41 AM, SeasonedMeteoriteHunter said:

I will include my own thoughts once I hear some opinions which I want to keep bias free :)

Including W and L 

 

The photos are 85% out of focus, and the 15% in focus is too close to determine what I'm looking at.

What's W and L and where are they included?

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