[meteorite-list] Beer 'n' meteorites

From: Michel Franco <michel_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Aug 26 11:24:41 2004
Message-ID: <012e01c48b80$cf65b340$0201a8c0_at_cailloubi12zzr>

Hi Al and List,

Novo Urei fall sept 4, 1886 (the Ureilite class name giving meteorite ) was
eaten the indigeneous after the fall.

The some Dag 489 Shergottite was eaten buy its finder. ( he likes to tell
that story )

I ate recently some fragments of my new diogenite that dropped on my bench
after trimming. Not bad !
www.caillou-noir.com/Molay.htm It is the one that tastes so good.

I will recommand to former meteorite eaters to focus on achondrites, the
ones where there is less Ni.

Shall I propose to our local brewery ( Micro Basserie de Chamonix, Canadian
owner, just a good place to drink.) to make a try with some Dio powder from
a future sawing ?

Best regards.


----- Original Message -----
From: "almitt" <almitt_at_kconline.com>
To: <m.fries_at_gl.ciw.edu>
Cc: <meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 4:36 PM
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Beer 'n' meteorites

> Hi Marc and all,
> Brewers beware as iron meteorites do contain nickel which is toxic. I
don't know
> how much it would take to cause heath problems but probably not a good
idea to
> brew irons at this time. I've seen some Zagami (glass in that stony
> eaten and there is the story of the Russian who ate some/part of the
> that fell in his area. Also Mbale was eaten and thought to be a cure for
> All my best!
> --AL
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