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Welcome to the forum Adolf,

Are you talking about near Chicxulub crater?  Several of your rocks look water worn. Several are sedimentary. None look like meteorites. Are any of them magnetic?

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3 hours ago, billpeters said:

Welcome to the forum Adolf,

Are you talking about near Chicxulub crater?  Several of your rocks look water worn. Several are sedimentary. None look like meteorites. Are any of them magnetic?

billpeters

 

They are from the center of a frozen mass they have enlarged eyes faintly can see the flow lines in them . They look blue , but they are alloyed and really a teal green color , some was re melted more than once making them look not like meteorites and others was cold and safe from entering atmosphere. 

 

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1 minute ago, Adolf said:

They are from the center of a frozen mass they have enlarged eyes faintly can see the flow lines in them . They look blue , but they are alloyed and really a teal green color , some was re melted more than once making them look not like meteorites and others was cold and safe from entering atmosphere. 

 

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4 hours ago, billpeters said:

Welcome to the forum Adolf,

Are you talking about near Chicxulub crater?  Several of your rocks look water worn. Several are sedimentary. None look like meteorites. Are any of them magnetic?

billpeters

 

I am new to the page , excuse the duplicates . Toggle down for pictures and my findings information. Ty 

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15 hours ago, Adolf said:

I am new to the page , excuse the duplicates . Toggle down for pictures and my findings information. Ty 

 

17 hours ago, Adolf said:

Example of enlarged eye and faint flow limes , and blue crust instead of burnt up black crust 

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🤣 y’all need my help identifying?

 

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21 hours ago, Adolf said:

 

🤣 y’all need my help identifying?

 

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The impact created a mountain higher then Everest , that’s a lot of rock. Do you believe yourself saying meteorites are rare ? 

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2 hours ago, Adolf said:

The impact created a mountain higher then Everest , that’s a lot of rock. Do you believe yourself saying meteorites are rare ? 

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They are rare. None of your pictures shows a single meteorite.

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Visible black shock veins , had a calcium white and blue layer , when you see green showing it will look like plastic , heavy and dense like iron and have tiny flakes of iron in it with a feel like rubber tire , harder than quartz...

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Adolf,

It is a sedimentary rock with layers in it. It is well worn by water over the eons before it was laid down where you'd found it. It has nothing similar to a meteorite.

Get a copy of Richard Norton's, "Rocks from Space" and check out real meteorites for comparison.

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4 hours ago, billpeters said:

Adolf,

It is a sedimentary rock with layers in it. It is well worn by water over the eons before it was laid down where you'd found it. It has nothing similar to a meteorite.

Get a copy of Richard Norton's, "Rocks from Space" and check out real meteorites for comparison.

billpeters

I pray before the truth lands in the wrong hands , don’t tell me lies when you can be a good man. I will not judge you , but you best believe eyes from above is watching us 

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2 hours ago, Adolf said:

You’re not looking right , or your not educated enough. Check this lunar slab I got right here.

There are zero lunar meteorites found in North or South America.  Your rock is common sedimentary rock with nothing at all like a meteorite much less a lunar meteorite.

Visit a rock shop and handle real meteorites to learn about the hobby.

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Meteorites like this is called oddball meteorites because they did not go through atmosphere, it exploded frozen blobs like this popped out then burned a little not enough to make it melt completely 

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Begging to think maybe they are older than dinosaurs, I have spotted  biblical dragon 🐉 markings on them . Maybe not 4 .6 million  years ago , but over 460 billion years ago 

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