[meteorite-list] Fort Worth expert
From: Don Young <dcyoung1_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:37:33 2004
We live in Dallas Tx. Not an expert BUT,
We are in the process of arranging a meeting with a professor in
Ft. Worth to take two stones to him for authentication. One from
Forestburg Tx., one from Calif. (refused to leave the dredge sluice
Both stones are magnetic etc. and drive my magnetometers crazy.
A positive determination could not be made from pictures we sent.
We would be glad to get an opinion on your guys stone or maybe
help arrange a metting. Let us know.
We will at the least get to see a great meteorite collection
while we are there.
Don and Judi Young
Donald Blakeslee wrote:
> s there anyone on this list who lives in the Fort Worth area? I am in
> contact with an amateur archaeologist who believes he has a meteorite that
> was used as a hammerstone and would like someone to look at it.
> Don Blakeslee
> Meteorite-list mailing list
-- Don Young (Faux-Oro) aka (Fools-Gold) Have Cesium MagnetometerS Will travel if you have a Site we can work together. Have my own US METEORITE HUNTERS index by GPS Lat and Lon and detailed maps for EACH meteorite.. Dallas, Texas UPDATED PICTURES AS OF: 02 Dec 2000 My Hobbies: Gold prospecting, Metal detecting and Meteorites hobby pics: Meteorites found at Odessa Tx. With mag. Lg 1 at 16"+, sm at 6"+ http://images.honesty.com/imagedata/h/182/08/21820805.jpg 1856 army pistol ball and cap cylinder http://images.honesty.com/cgi-bin/honesty-image/12391569/cyl12.jpg http://images.honesty.com/cgi-bin/honesty-image/12391570/cyl3.jpg Home made dredge: http://images.honesty.com/cgi-bin/honesty-image/9448307/Dredge2.jpg (SUCKING UP--a target) Detector and suction hose http://images.honesty.com/cgi-bin/honesty-image/9448310/Dredgedt.jpg A little gold in the pan http://images.honesty.com/cgi-bin/honesty-image/3957183/Cabgold.jpgReceived on Fri 08 Dec 2000 09:56:04 PM PST