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Could this be a sandstone meteorite, Seriously

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16 minutes ago, Odinxgen said:

Yeah keep making fun of me, It's really making this community look good...

Whoa ...wait a minute .. Are you questioning the validity of my purchase being a Meteorite?  He was a bonafide Dealer.

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This guy must get refills on his prescriptions up there in Canada. I want you guys to think about that the next time you are knocking socialized heath care in the U.S.

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3 hours ago, Odinxgen said:

Not a single person here has put forward a shred of evidence that can discredit what has been observed 

Again, the onus is not on us to discredit your find with proof.  Rather , it is on you to prove it is.

All we have is pics to go on and your verbiage.

Good luck getting some university researcher to study your granite  , sandstone, other rock  because it will take specialized testing.

Since you have so much research that supposedly discusses this type of meteorite why don't you get in touch with the authors of  same, since,according to you, have already studied or theorized  about  this.

 

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1 hour ago, Stillweaver hillbelli said:

Again, the onus is not on us to discredit your find with proof.  Rather , it is on you to prove it is.

All we have is pics to go on and your verbiage.

Good luck getting some university researcher to study your granite  , sandstone, other rock  because it will take specialized testing.

Since you have so much research that supposedly discusses this type of meteorite why don't you get in touch with the authors of  same, since,according to you, have already studied or theorized  about  this.

 

Ive already reached out to the authors of several papers and there departments so far only Harvard and the local Geologist have gotten back to me. And this forum is actually more for them if i'm being honest. at least this thread is.

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5 minutes ago, Odinxgen said:

Ive already reached out to the authors of several papers and there departments so far only Harvard and the local Geologist have gotten back to me. And this forum is actually more for them if i'm being honest. at least this thread is.

Do you see a pattern developing?

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You have images video and yes my observations. But most of what ive presented has been ignored and nobody has been able to look at anything beyond their perception of what a crust should look like. Despite the constant jabs at my character and my intelligence, I'm pretty excited. I have never claimed that this was a meteorite, I have been inquiring because the sandstone meteorites that are theorized to be on earth blend in pretty well here. But I believe this is a scientific error to believe that one could not notice one among others. I have already said that I believe that regardless of this being a meteorite regmaglypts may be one of the key characteristics in our ability to be able to identify a sedimentary meteorite in the field. Sure they share similar compositions to their partners on earth but I think the journey out of mars and onto earth would do a number on their structures. 

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1 hour ago, Bedrock Bob said:

Do you see a pattern developing?

God you are just such a c***, Kindly f*** off Bob. 

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1 hour ago, Bedrock Bob said:

Do you see a pattern developing?

They go back to me with intrest btw at least the Harvard researchers, I have dealt with the local Geologist and He is a great guy and I take his advice and professional opinion as fact. so yeah I see a pattern, Self proclaimed meteorite experts who are good at looking at crust and that's about it isn't it?

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1 hour ago, Odinxgen said:

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Classic, I tried to be respectful and enduring, but your opinion here is obviously worthless and I don't think you read any research papers embedded in this thread. But for some reason you feel the need to insert yourself because you consider yourself better than everybody else. And even though you didn't even think sedimentary meteorites existed you are an expert on them somehow. I have and continue to remain open to all possibilities. I donot think anything about this sandstone other than what can be proven and you here, ridiculing me for seeking answers to genuine questions I have only shows the type of character you are. Bedrock,Bill and anybody else who feels it's necessary to attack me instead of learning things for your self and having a proper discussion should be ashamed of yourselves. How sad is it that you feel it necessary to punch assuredly almost vertically down at me. Truly shameful display. Just WOW

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35 minutes ago, Odinxgen said:

God you are just such a c***, Kindly f*** off Bob. 

I'm finally getting to you huh? :25r30wi:

You need to get it in perspective buddy. Honestly. You are not going to convince anyone that your rock could possibly be a meteorite. You have given it your all. It is just not going to happen. Not tonight anyway.

You are typing bizarre stuff and hitting the enter key. You need to back up for a few hours and get a bite to eat. Wash your face. Get away from the computer. Wake up tomorrow bright and early and do some stretches. Get a good breakfast and forego the caffeine. Then take that rock out and put it in the garden.

In a few days when your serotonin levels have stabilized come back on the forum and let's talk real sh!t about meteorites. You have it in your blood man! You can find one and we will all think you are cool. And that is a pantload better than what we think now. 

So consider dialing it back a few megawatts. Chill a bit. Get some distance between you and your last post and get a fresh outlook. Then lets discuss a strategy for finding a real one.

Whaddya say? Is that too much to ask?

 

 

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I am sorry about your father. I know that is rough and it will take time.
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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Bedrock Bob said:

 

Whaddya say? Is that too much to ask?

 

Thank you for paragraphs and the lack of run on sentences.

You are to be commended. Others should learn from your example.

 

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1 hour ago, Bedrock Bob said:

I'm finally getting to you huh? :25r30wi:

You need to get it in perspective buddy. Honestly. You are not going to convince anyone that your rock could possibly be a meteorite. You have given it your all. It is just not going to happen. Not tonight anyway.

You are typing bizarre stuff and hitting the enter key. You need to back up for a few hours and get a bite to eat. Wash your face. Get away from the computer. Wake up tomorrow bright and early and do some stretches. Get a good breakfast and forego the caffeine. Then take that rock out and put it in the garden.

In a few days when your serotonin levels have stabilized come back on the forum and let's talk real sh!t about meteorites. You have it in your blood man! You can find one and we will all think you are cool. And that is a pantload better than what we think now. 

So consider dialing it back a few megawatts. Chill a bit. Get some distance between you and your last post and get a fresh outlook. Then lets discuss a strategy for finding a real one.

Whaddya say? Is that too much to ask?

 

Alright I will back it up a bit. But listen, I can hold this in my hand and I don't need to be told what I see, you guys have pictures but I have the real thing. aand I was not shut down by the Harvard researches yet and the geologist here Is probably going to give me an honest crack. I was not shut down immediately so Im searching for answers. Because I didn't just stumble down to the Canadian shield. I went there with a plan and I followed through. in thick bush with bears and wolves prepared but it's still dangerous. I was there for meteorites and I seen this, and I am no fool. Have a good night all and I'll be back in a few days.

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28 minutes ago, Odinxgen said:

But for some reason you feel the need to insert yourself 

The reason was  because you asked, ,

"Could this  be a meteorite?"(or meteorwrong)

That was you asking our opinion..

To " insert" ourselves,  as you put it..

To now fault us for doing what you asked of us is quite insulting.

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So you didn't post this topic? 

SOMEONE ELSE posted the topic heading, "COULD THIS BE...?"

And you expected no opinions to be thrown your way in response?

That is highly illogical. 

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Posted (edited)

Ended up leaving a sample at the earlier mentioned store, not going to go over anything yet. But I gave them a piece and hopefully will hear back from them soon with a more detailed report of what's contained than I could give. In the meantime If you happen to have read all of the research I could find (Links on my website) Reach out to me! I'd love to here your thoughts on what we might look for to identify true sandstone meteorites.

Not chucking this just yet, looks like I might have actually been on to something =)

Happy Hunting,

Odinxgen

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For everybody here that is not taking this seriously. Here is my proof. I would appreciate it if an actual conversation started but THIS serves only as a place to discuss this and I will go elsewhere if this continues to progress unprofessionally. Yes, you very well could be looking at the first sandstone recovered from mars.  And it is all over this forum. Thanks and God bless 

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"The sandstone sample did not develop a fusion crust. Thermal decomposition of the calcite matrix followed by disintegration and liberation of the silicate grains prevented the formation of a melt. " quote from the conclusion of the above research paper.

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3 hours ago, Mikestang said:

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Looks like granite to me with iron staining one face.Why do you think it's sandstone,odin?

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1 hour ago, Stillweaver hillbelli said:

Looks like granite to me with iron staining one face.Why do you think it's sandstone,odin?

I took it to Jacob's rocks and trading in Winnipeg, the first time it was complete and there were no windows. Buddy that managed the store and the Geologist from The Museum of Manitoba both told me it is sandstone, The Geologist from the Museum will actually see it in person tomorrow and after returning to Jacobs rocks, the manager was surprised at the interior and couldn't identify it so I left them with a pretty large piece because they want to help me figure it out. Its also not a quartz matrix the stones overall hardness is 3 so probably calcite. honestly though I don't know that's why I am reaching out to many people I emailed one of the authors of STONE-5 And he was actually an astrobiologist so I got recommended to his friend who is an expert on meteorites.

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