[meteorite-list] I don't think so
From: Southwest Meteorite Lab <swmtlab_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:43:36 2004
The data file attached to my emails is not a virus according to MSN. They
said it is a file that word creates to handle other fonts or Outlook rich
texts. I am aware that it is there and if I use plain text it is not
attached. But thank you for the warning. Kit
Marvin and Kitty Killgore
Southwest Meteorite Laboratory
PO Box 95
Payson, AZ 85547
From: Rob and Colleen [mailto:iguana_at_pcez.com]
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2001 8:08 PM
To: Southwest Meteorite Lab
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] meteor-wrong collections
The virus was attached to your last post.
Southwest Meteorite Lab wrote:
> Have you ever seen a Wingstar?
> One of the most comprehensive collections of Meteor-wrongs ever published
> was The Discovery of the Wingstars, Volume I and II. No kidding this guy
> takes the cake. His name is Russell T. Wing. They are full of plate after
> plate of quartz, petrified wood and limestone meteor-wrong. He published
> these full color books in the 60's and 70's.
> In the front cover he writes
> NEW ADVANCES IN METEORITICS,
> He sent them to prominent meteoritist of the time, "from the Wingstar
> Research Society founded on evidence and dedicated to research
> terrestrial-type meteorites."
> His own dedication says "The world often ridicules and gags before it can
> swallow and digest a revolutionary innovation or discovery".
> H.H.Nininger was quote in the book as saying, "This the most beautiful
> meteorite I have ever seen- if it is one... No one knows what a quartz
> meteorite looks like."
> A meteor-wrong classic!
> But that's not all he also has a fascinating theory on tektites...
> He he he kit
> Marvin and Kitty Killgore
> Southwest Meteorite Laboratory
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> Payson, AZ 85547
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