[meteorite-list] lunar? Haag / Nininger
From: Steve Witt <stelor96_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:43:30 2004
Greetings Paul and List,
Undecided and yes.
--- "P. Gessler" <cetuspa_at_home.com> wrote:
> are they lunar or terrestrial?
> I believe NININGER thought tektites were of lunar origin and so did
> HAAG as of 1997.
> I am still undecided even after all the list posts on the topic.
> Futrell did mail me a large envelope full of very well gathered
> to support his case ( juxtapositional photos, articles, scientific
> write-ups ). He has in the past offered anyone who is willing to
> him their address all this and more free of charge!
> Free of charge may no longer apply?
> Schoner has also been very generous with quick and timely responses
> anything relating to this topic, including very in depth analytical
> Even with all this (in my opinion) I think both theories need
> How bad does that suck? The whole debate reminds me of the last
> presidential election.
> Why don't we all take a list wide poll?
> Are tektites:
> 1) lunar
> 2) terrestrial
> 3) undecided
> and while we're at it (LIST) do you think it is possible for a
> to have been created here on Earth during an impact, then having
> escape velocity (while others fell back to earth) continued on its
> voyage past the confines of earths gravitational pull, then simply
> plunked down on the moon??? somewhere near the Muong Nuong
> Paul Gessler
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