[meteorite-list] DESERT PROSPECTING: hunting info.
From: colin wade <ceweed_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:44:39 2004
Thanks to Greg & Ron
the link for the LPSC 2001 is supreb , had a problem at first ,the downloads
only gave me sess1pdf , but at the works isdn line all was resolved
gorrenough reading to fry my brains for the remains of my natural !
thanks Sahara team
In Qatar the scenery is very similar & we have cairns .
unfortunately they are not from travellers , no one wanted the west coast
except the Baharani's to bury their departed , & they didn't waste much time
looking for the darker rocks .
I,m going to look further south but the area is predominantly prehistoric
seabed ..pebbles & fossils
thanks Tracy & al
I,ve tried to find the rest of my one & only , but I,ve never thought if
listening to it ( thrashing it with witch hazel had no effect at alll except
frightening the dog & the range rover into submission )
So It's under the pillow with it , to find the rest of its mortal remains .
If that doesn't work the nice man with the white coat assures me electric
shock treatment will do the trick .
Matteo et al
the aristotle link also superb !
caught the MIR on the 14th , brighter than usual & flashing through one of
our few lonely storm clouds .
It's not the same when you can't hear them opening the vodka !
bright flashes & big splashes
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 4:45 PM
Subject: [meteorite-list] DESERT PROSPECTING: hunting info.
> Dear list,
> we have a new web page about DESERT PROSPECTING:
> Lot of info. about prospecting methods, strewnfields,... ... and have a
> look at this new use for meteorites in desert!
> What others unexpected uses for meteorites are known? (door lock, fill up
> ground hole, prehistoric grinder tool, ...)
> Best regards,
> Richard & Roland PELISSON
> Meteorite-list mailing list
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