[meteorite-list] won't accept it is not a meteorite

From: Count Deiro <countdeiro_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2013 20:44:42 -0800 (GMT-08:00)
Message-ID: <20071047.1385613882429.JavaMail.root_at_wamui-hunyo.atl.sa.earthlink.net>

Classic classroom quality example of the presentation of delusion. Someone charged with teaching our budding young -ists should copy all this and use it as an example. There is nothing save extensive psychotherapy perhaps involving drug intervention, that will help this fellow recognize reality. Personality disorders like this, and that shown by Curry, are actually enjoyed by the
afflicted. They invite controversy, argument, contentious debate and recognition...it's better than sex to them. In fact, it is sex to many of them.

Count Deiro
IMCA 3536 MetSoc

-----Original Message-----
>From: Paul Gessler <cetuspa at shaw.ca>
>Sent: Nov 27, 2013 6:28 PM
>To: meteorite-list <meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>
>Subject: [meteorite-list] won't accept it is not a meteorite
>Don't you just love those S. Curry type meteorite experts.
>Just wanted everyone on the list to know about a certain Australian
>Billy Sherman
>Let me just say I at first tried to help this individual identify possible
>meteorites he was finding
>on dry lake beds. After many photos back and forth and many emails the
>situation dissolved into
>one of Scientific conspiracy and total rejection at the the thought that
>what he was finding were not
>indeed actual meteorites. His plan (drawn out as long as possible) is to
>take your or anybody's money and use it
>to buy the land where he is finding these incredible " meteorites" and then
>split the profits. This is laughable in and of itself
>given the highly restrictive Australian Laws regarding meteorites. Although
>it would not apply here because they are not
>real meteorites anyway.
>Beware he even claims to have found Lunars and Martians one with a CRUCIFIX
>He has taken samples to Museums and labs in Australia but they kindly
>informed him that they were all terrestrial.
>Basically so did I after numerous high res photos back and forth.
>It has gotten so (Curry) like and has left such a bad taste in my mouth that
>I will no longer help the public at large with the endless "is this a
>meteorite" BS
>It is an exhausting exercise in futility. I say let people learn the hard
>way the way I learned
>Find it, research it, take it to a reputable meteoritics lab and keep on
>doing this until you finally
>have a bonafide classified new find.
>There are no short cuts and rejection is inevitable at the beginning LIVE
>with it and Learn from it
>Do not turn it into a Conspiracy.
>Above all do not think you can get away with this Fraudulent behaviour.
>To those of you who have fought the good fight and you know who you are I
>applaud you.
>What you can do is check out his vids and tell him what you all think.
>He doesn't seem to want to believe me.
>Sorry for the rant I just wanted this to be archived and on every ones Radar
>-Paul G
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Received on Wed 27 Nov 2013 11:44:42 PM PST

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