[x] Welcome at THunting.com!

A fun place to talk about Metal Detecting, Treasure Hunting & Prospecting. Here you can share finds and experience with thousands of members from all over the world

Join us and Register Now - Its FREE & EASY

THunting.com
Treasure Hunting & Metal Detecting Community
   
Advanced Search
*
Welcome, Guest! Please login or register HERE - It is FREE and easy.
Only registered users can post and view images on our message boards.
Did you miss your activation email?

Login with email, password and session length
Or Login Using Social Network Account
News:
Pages: 1    Go Down
Print
Share this topic on FacebookShare this topic on Del.icio.usShare this topic on DiggShare this topic on RedditShare this topic on Twitter
Tags:
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Offline findzinisTopic starter
Pull Tab
*

Mood:Thoughtful
Thoughtful

Live,Hunt and Find
Join Date: Jul, 2009
Thank you0

Activity
1%
Male
Latvia
Posts: 24
Referrals: 0

1375.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards

amateur metal detectors und Future1-160
« on: October 24, 2017, 05:21:08 am »
Go Up Go Down

Hello everyone!

How I became an interesting collector of stones this summer:


You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321120.html#msg321120




Logged
Offline Homefire
Global Moderator
Platin Member
*****

Join Date: Jan, 2009
Thank you639

Activity
1%
Male
United States
Posts: 15906
Referrals: 0

52355.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows NT 10.0
Windows NT 10.0
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2017, 07:41:26 am »
Go Up Go Down

  Welcome back to the forum.

   What leads you to believe those are Meteorites ?

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321123.html#msg321123




Logged
Offline findzinisTopic starter
Pull Tab
*

Mood:Thoughtful
Thoughtful

Live,Hunt and Find
Join Date: Jul, 2009
Thank you0

Activity
1%
Male
Latvia
Posts: 24
Referrals: 0

1375.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards

amateur metal detectors und Future1-160
« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2017, 02:36:37 am »
Go Up Go Down

Hi homefire!

Every thing and place have their own Secrets and I'll discover it after chemical analysis.
Meanwhile, these are my assumptions.

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321136.html#msg321136




Logged
Offline Homefire
Global Moderator
Platin Member
*****

Join Date: Jan, 2009
Thank you639

Activity
1%
Male
United States
Posts: 15906
Referrals: 0

52355.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows NT 10.0
Windows NT 10.0
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards
« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2017, 06:51:48 am »
Go Up Go Down

   Expert I am not but I happen to know some about Meteorites.  Your Photos look Nothing like any I've seen.  Hard to tell from the Video but I see what looks like Weathered Granite,  Some Chert or Flint and Volcanic Rock like Basalt.  One looks like nothing but Lime Stone.   What Testing Have you done?

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://meteorite-identification.com/streak.html


Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321143.html#msg321143




« Last Edit: October 25, 2017, 06:58:08 am by homefire »
Logged
Offline findzinisTopic starter
Pull Tab
*

Mood:Thoughtful
Thoughtful

Live,Hunt and Find
Join Date: Jul, 2009
Thank you0

Activity
1%
Male
Latvia
Posts: 24
Referrals: 0

1375.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards

amateur metal detectors und Future1-160
« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2017, 11:29:36 am »
Go Up Go Down

Hi!

If they are lunar meteorites, it will be difficult to prove it,because the presence of metal is very small or not at all.
I have not made any analyzes,because it has to be understood where to do it.
The stones are very weird,therefore I am interested in the opinion of experienced specialists.
As far as I know,moon or any other planet meteorites not well investigated.
Does anyone know of how many fractions are composed such type of asteroids.

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321150.html#msg321150




Logged
Offline Homefire
Global Moderator
Platin Member
*****

Join Date: Jan, 2009
Thank you639

Activity
1%
Male
United States
Posts: 15906
Referrals: 0

52355.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows NT 10.0
Windows NT 10.0
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards
« Reply #5 on: October 25, 2017, 12:07:52 pm »
Go Up Go Down

   The information is available.  3o years ago you would have to be a Professor to know things like that.  Now most is available on line. 

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321151.html#msg321151




Logged
Offline findzinisTopic starter
Pull Tab
*

Mood:Thoughtful
Thoughtful

Live,Hunt and Find
Join Date: Jul, 2009
Thank you0

Activity
1%
Male
Latvia
Posts: 24
Referrals: 0

1375.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards

amateur metal detectors und Future1-160
« Reply #6 on: October 26, 2017, 01:29:04 am »
Go Up Go Down

Hi!

Anyone can become a professor,who is not lazy and there is logical thinking.
I agree, the information is available,but it is controversial.
We are wise when  see a newly-dropped, warm, black-burned meteorite,who pulls the magnet and can be found with a metal detector.
But to recognize the old hondrits and ahondrites,then you will be told unnecessary wisdom.
Maybe professors do not know everything,but maybe there is something to hide.
I understand that old hondrits and ahondrites are hard to find and if anyone finds them,
then it's easier for many experts to say,that they are earth's rocks.
So I have not yet figured out where to test my stones.
I think it's a shock to find so many possible stones meteorites in one place,because you do not have to go to Africa to look for them.

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321156.html#msg321156




Logged
Offline Homefire
Global Moderator
Platin Member
*****

Join Date: Jan, 2009
Thank you639

Activity
1%
Male
United States
Posts: 15906
Referrals: 0

52355.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows NT 10.0
Windows NT 10.0
Firefox 56.0
Firefox 56.0

Awards
« Reply #7 on: October 26, 2017, 08:28:03 am »
Go Up Go Down

   The black skin on your rocks looks to be nothing more then Molybdenum, Hematite or some other deposits.  More the Common here in the South West United States. 

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321160.html#msg321160




Logged
Offline Out4gold
It's a rock on the ground, it's a specimen when you take it home.
Bronze Member
*

It's a rock on the ground, it's a specimen when you take it home.
Join Date: Nov, 2009
Thank you3

Activity
0%
Male
United States
Posts: 456
Referrals: 0

2835.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows NT 10.0
Windows NT 10.0
Chrome 52.0.2743.116
Chrome 52.0.2743.116

Awards
« Reply #8 on: November 05, 2017, 03:52:01 am »
Go Up Go Down

Quote:Posted by homefire
   The black skin on your rocks looks to be nothing more then Molybdenum, Hematite or some other deposits.  More the Common here in the South West United States. 


Agreed.

Bone2stone

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg321307.html#msg321307




Logged

Out4gold
AKA:Bone2stone

Offline findzinisTopic starter
Pull Tab
*

Mood:Thoughtful
Thoughtful

Live,Hunt and Find
Join Date: Jul, 2009
Thank you0

Activity
1%
Male
Latvia
Posts: 24
Referrals: 0

1375.00 Gold
View Inventory
Windows NT 10.0
Windows NT 10.0
Firefox 78.0
Firefox 78.0

Awards

amateur metal detectors und Future1-160
« Reply #9 on: July 15, 2020, 06:03:40 am »
Go Up Go Down

Greetings to all !

In three years, I have found and created an impressive collection of possible stone meteorites-achondrites. Until now, such possible stone meteorites have not been found in Latvia, it was also confirmed by the Geology Laboratory of the University of Latvia. To determine if this is a meteorite, you must perform the KT-Geo service (it must be XRD or EDS).Currently, the science of meteorites has grown into a large private business and is closely linked to fraud and lies. In the beginning, Professor Randy L. Korotev of Washington University claimed that it was not a meteorite,but when I ask him to confirm his opinion with a signature,the professor changed his attitude and stated that he was retired and no longer provided such services. I realized,that I am a competitor and therefore no one will identify my rocks. My rocks can be seen on yuotube(Andris Cielavs) and facebook(Andris Cielavs,rīkstnieks). Enjoy watching.

Linkback:

You are not allowed to view links.
Please Register or Login

http://www.thunting.com/smf/index.php/topic,65783.msg330928.html#msg330928




Logged
Print
Pages: 1    Go Up
Jump to:  

Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2005, Simple Machines | Sitemap
Copyright THunting.com