[meteorite-list] Weathering locations.

From: Michael Blood <mlblood_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:37:33 2004
Message-ID: <3A3295D0.7882_at_home.com>

JPBrockets_at_aol.com wrote:
>> In a message dated 12/9/2000 11:54:27 AM Mountain Standard Time,
>> mlblood_at_home.com writes:
>> Hi Michel & all,
>>    Yes, but who lives in a sea bed?
>>    Best wishes, Michael
> Michael: 
> Just think though ... except for the effects of water and pressure -
> what a place to find a strew field!!  Isn't it true there are vast areas of
> the ocean's bottom where there is only silt raining down?  If a meteorite
> has not been on the bottom very long - I would think it would stick out from
> the flat surroundings - much like the meteorites in the desert.  Know of 
>anyone with a sub so we can go check this out?  Grin... 
> Juris
Hi Juris & all,
	I have LONG dreampt of SOMEHOW "catching" all the meteorites that fall
into "the ocean" (the 71% of the earth's serface that is water MUST get
71% {or there abaouts} of the meteorite falls). So far, I have, of
course, failed. However, remember how no one thought man could fly, no
one would ever go to the moon, etc, etc, etc. (maybe "star wars"
technology could be adapted? - probably too costly...) 
	If some "cost efective" method could be developed, it would be a GREAT
	Best wishes, Michael
Received on Sat 09 Dec 2000 03:28:03 PM PST

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