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Worm fossils with metal inclusions
Well, I still haven't found anyone that can say what these worm-like fossils are so for the time being, I'll just keep calling them what they look like, worm fossils. The worm fossils themselves are one hell of a mystery but I also find the coal and the met...
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Microscopic marine fossils and things
The photos below were taken with a digital microscope at 40X-100X. Most of this stuff is about the size of a grain of sand so it's not much to make a fuss over. I don't have a clue as to what some of this stuff is but I figured that maybe it could mean some...
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Some cool prehistoric marine fossils
The first two specimen were not dug out of sandstone, I found those just laying in the sand miles away from where the sandstone was found. I'm told that both could be millions of years old and that the snail shell is not native to California waters but was ...
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One hell of a mystery
How the hell do you take a stone that is submerged in water, torch every living thing inside of it into charcoal and leave no signs of heating on the outside of the stone? No matter how long I look at this I can not wrap my mind around what took place here....
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Multi-colored magnetic quartz
These stones like all of the stones I've shown before are impregnated with metal, magnetic and have a mohs hardness above 7.0. Some are shown wet to enhance the colors, where you see black, rust color or shinny sparkles, that's some of the metal in the ston...
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A tale to tell
Now here's a rock that surely has a tale to tell, I can not even imagine what this rock went through to end up in the state that it is in. I mean this rock looks as if it has been to hell and came back to tell the tale. After looking at it for a while I cou...
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Extremely rare never before seen worm fossils
When I was digging those spiral cone snails and clams out of that sandstone, I came across these things. After months of researching worm fossils all I could find is that worms of any kind are extremely rare in the fossil record. I came across an article ab...
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Sandstone and marine fossils
I got tired of finding odd rocks and stones that I could not find any answers to so I drove miles away from where they were found and came across a site where there was a lots of sandstone with what appeared to be some very old marine fossils embedded in th...
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Cool, I'm close to the Los Angeles area but do have friends in the bay area.
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The dark side of quartz
Black beryl, black jade, and black onxy are just a few of the black quartz stones that I have been told that these could have once been. It will take some very deep research to determine what these stones are or once was. You cannot use your stanard mineral...
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Melted multi-colored pimice
When I first came across this thing I thought it was a piece of dirt or an ugly ass rock. It did not have enough weight to be dirt or a rock so a closer look showed that it was glass or pumice. What I found strange was first, there are no volcanos near Los ...
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Elements detected-gold, silver, platinum, palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, iridium, chromium and many more.
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I've been researching this rock now for over 3 years. I have had an xrf, edx, raman and xrd analysis done. The edx and xrf analysis detected over 20 metal elements in this rock. The geologist that have held it in their hands say that it is for sure something natural but they also say that it can not be a product of planet earth nor can it be a meteorite, so the mystery lives on.

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Spent 20 years in the navy and traveled all over the world. I have two wonderful kids whom I love very much.
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