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BLack Stone?meteorite?somethng something er?? 
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Joined: Thu Sep 17, 2015 9:55 am
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Post BLack Stone?meteorite?somethng something er??
:) sorry about my mimsical title but i am perplexed, i found a stone in my garden whcih is black , a couple of smooth sides are shiny, a couple of sides are meteor type with "bubbles" well what looks like bubbles in them but this isnt the wierd bit, the weird bit is when you look closer thorugh a couple of sides one has a 1mm by hafl a mm strip fo what looks like gold, or something very similiar, it is defanatly on a inner part as i have tried to pick at it but it has a coating that isnt gold, the other strange bit is a diamond like relfection at turning into light , only literally a nano mm , well very very very small, and i cant work it out, so i smashed it up with a hammer to see if it contained lumps, but no it is still just the little strip of gold the other refelcting bit i cant find now but the strip of gold is stil invbedded in side of a shard of now smashed (into about 75-100 peices)
i will take pictures and hjave conversations with any body that has queiries or perhaps you ahve a answer straight away and no what it is, my email is graemedondon@gmail.com

Thu Sep 17, 2015 10:03 am
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