[meteorite-list] Sighting in Israel

2008-07-10 Thread Charlie Devine
http://www.haartz.com/hasn/spages/1000206.html __ http://www.meteoritecentral.com Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

[meteorite-list] Sighting in Israel

2008-07-10 Thread Charlie Devine
Sorry for the duplicate. The correct link: http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1000206.html __ http://www.meteoritecentral.com Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Publications of the Carancas event ADDITIONAL

2007-10-09 Thread Charlie Devine
You wrote: It may have been only the less energetic vaporization of the 5% to 8% of the meteorite that was troilite that was the bright flash rather then the vaporization of the entire stone. Still, that alone would have been enough to shatter the impactor into

Re: [meteorite-list] Dig Turns Up Little At Mysterious Newport     Tower *except for       a meteorite )

2007-08-23 Thread Charlie Devine
What was it? I didn't ask the obvious followup. It took ages to get a simple yes or no answer to the first question. All I know is that it wasn't a meteorite. CDevine __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Dig Turns Up Little At Mysterious Newport     Tower *except for       a meteorite )

2007-08-22 Thread Charlie Devine
Finally got an answer: It was not a meteorite. CDevine __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] [OFFTOPIC] the ugly weathered chondrite AD? DISGUISED?

2007-08-04 Thread Charlie Devine
I don't know about anyone else, but when I click on www.meteoritetimes.com to check the list rules, I get taken to Bettingways: Your Online Gambling Guide:-(. Now THATS spam Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Cali chondrite fell extremely cold!

2007-07-30 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Robert and list, Robert wrote: If you touch something that is extremely cold (such as dry ice), you feel a burning sensation. Too much cold becomes too hot. Robert further wrote: I wonder if people who claim that meteorites were hot to the touch, were

Re: [meteorite-list] Cali chondrite fell extremely cold!

2007-07-30 Thread Charlie Devine
Hi all, Larry wrote: By the way, they had never heard of the (very good) suggestion that a person touching a very cold meteorite may actually think that the burning sensation is heat and not cold. The testimony of a young witness to Forest City certainly provides food

Re: [meteorite-list] Langs' Auction - I Hope This Is The Last Time

2007-02-16 Thread Charlie Devine
Michael wrote: .I also will drop all this unless I am called names again like Charlie Devine and now Nelson Oaks did. Michael, Geoff, list: Just for the record, I did not call you ANY names Michael. I referred to your guilty until proven innocent approach as rantings. And I

Re: [meteorite-list] Langs Auction - Official Statement

2007-02-14 Thread Charlie Devine
- From: Charlie Devine [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 7:20 AM Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Langs Auction - Official Statement Hello Iris, Thanks for the update. I like to think that most listmembers know

Re: [meteorite-list] Langs Auction - Official Statement

2007-02-13 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Iris, Thanks for the update. I like to think that most listmembers know better then to pay attention to the rantings of Greg Hupe or Mike Farmer. Best, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] New Kansas Meteorite!

2006-12-03 Thread Charlie Devine
This cannot be a witnessed fall? A crash is heard in the trees and 2 days later a meteorite as fresh as the morning dew is found at the location where the crash was heard.. Will the witness please tell the court exactly what you heard outside your door on the evening of Maybe something

Re: [meteorite-list] What else do you collect?

2006-12-01 Thread Charlie Devine
Darren Garrison wrote: I have an inordinate fondness of Flexicalymene sp. trilobites from around Ohio--I have dozens of them. Hello Darren, One of the neatest specimens I once had in my trilobite collection was a pair of Flexicalymene meeki trilobites from Ohio in a configuration

Re: [meteorite-list] Lunar Leonid Strikes

2006-12-01 Thread Charlie Devine
Nice post, Jerry. You're a heartfelt guy, as has been clear for some time. I know you're from Ma. Take in the August Springfield show sometime. Always meteorites there, though not as many dealers as in earlier years. I'm from RI but have not been to the show for 3 years. Maybe next year.

Re: [meteorite-list] What else do you collect?

2006-11-29 Thread Charlie Devine
Gary asked: What else does everyone collect? Time permitting, I sit perfectly still for several hours on my days off and collect dust. Then I go out and hunt for fossils and artifacts (surface finds only!) Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list

Re: [meteorite-list] Dig Turns Up Little At Mysterious Newport     Tower *except for a meteor ite)

2006-11-28 Thread Charlie Devine
Mark wrote: Good work there, well done taking the time to go see the site...Do you know if they do any kinds of tests other then a visual like a streak test, magnet test, etc., etc.? Hello Mark, Well, I'm only 30 minutes from the site, so no big deal getting there.

Re: [meteorite-list] Dig Turns Up Little At Mysterious Newport Tower *except for a meteorite)

2006-11-28 Thread Charlie Devine
Elton wrote: We don't know what it is so it must be a meteorite, implying we on the dig are all knowing except for what we don't know otherwise. Hello Elton, Actually, Ron Barsted told me he based his visual identification on having seen and handled hundreds of meteorites

Re: [meteorite-list] Dig Turns Up Little At Mysterious Newport Tower *except for a meteorite)

2006-11-27 Thread Charlie Devine
I spent 2 days at the Newport Tower dig, but was unable to examine the meteorite, as by then it was in the mayor's office for safe keeping, and the mayor was nowhere to be found. Whether it be meteorite or meteorwrong, it belongs to the city of Newport. I did explain to Jan and Ron Barsted, the

Re: [meteorite-list] Dig Turns Up Little At Mysterious Newport Tower *except for a meteorite)

2006-11-27 Thread Charlie Devine
I spent 2 days at the dig, but was unable to view the meteorite, as by then it was in safe keeping in the Mayor's office and the mayor was not to be found. Whether it turns out meteorite or meteorwrong, it belongs to the city of Newport. I did make sure that Ron and Jan Barsted, the organizers

Re: [meteorite-list] Rhode Island meteorite?

2006-11-19 Thread Charlie Devine
bad. Shape is good, texture and colour are good...anyone who's in the area would do well to check it out. Regards, Jason On 11/15/06, Charlie Devine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello list, There has never been a recorded fall or find of a meteorite from my home state of Rhode Island. However

[meteorite-list] Rhode Island meteorite?

2006-11-15 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello list, There has never been a recorded fall or find of a meteorite from my home state of Rhode Island. However, it was recently reported in our local press that a stone meteorite was discovered during a still ongoing archaeological excavation of the Newport Tower in Newport, R.I. This

Re: [meteorite-list] Rhode Island meteorite?

2006-11-15 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello list, A list member has kindly pointed out that the meteorite in question is indeed shown on the webpage I sent earlier, documenting the archaeological dig at the Newport Tower. Here are 2 photos, which can be found in the daily log entry for 10/18/06:

Re: [meteorite-list] Odd Gibeon Request

2006-08-09 Thread Charlie Devine
While I have never seen incontrovertible proof for the existence of PK or TK, in general research into these areas is part of the much broader research into the relationship of consciousness and the physical universe, whether macro or micro(quantum). I personally find such research to be one of

RE: [meteorite-list] New Meteorites Discovered in Australia

2006-07-14 Thread Charlie Devine
You wrote: But why do these people have to mar their wonderful finds with BS like that he dreamed about finding it only a few meters away the night before? That is simply stupid. On page 62 of The Robert Haag Collection of Meteorites, Private Collection Edition, Robert Haag wrote: Great Sand

Re: [meteorite-list] ebay sniping

2006-06-23 Thread Charlie Devine
http://www.esnipe.com will place a bid for you with as little as one second remaining in the auction. You set the time when esnipe bids for you Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: AW: [meteorite-list] OT-Crystals

2006-06-02 Thread Charlie Devine
Andi wrote: Wow! Where do you buy these perfect minatures of hman beings?:) Seeing is disbelieving. This page gives a short synopsis. Check the link more photos to see more little people :-) http://giantcrystals.strahlen.org/america/naica.htm Charlie

[meteorite-list] OT-Crystals

2006-06-01 Thread Charlie Devine
http://www.mineraltown.com/Reports/giant_crystals/crystals_cave.jpg Selenite, Naica mine, southern Chihuahua, Mexico. Discovered April, 2000. I posted this pic on the list several years ago. Sorry for the repost, just going for the Wow! factor:-) Charlie

[meteorite-list] Los Angeles meteorite??

2006-03-04 Thread Charlie Devine
List, Can't get the link but check out item# 6610535940. What's up with that? Even the description of the discovery is similar to Bob Verish's account. Best wishes, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] For the Peekskil lovers (ad.)

2006-02-11 Thread Charlie Devine
Nice Peekskill kits, Jan. I am a Peekskill lover and own none:-( And I knew Alan Lang well and could have had a fine piece if only I asked! It was during a lull in my interest in meteorites. Love the stones that draw attention to themselves this way. Have a slice of Worden with red paint from

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite finder list

2005-12-18 Thread Charlie Devine
Al, I can't find my copy of Find a Falling Star :-( But in that book Nininger describes the one and only time he, purely by chance, surface collected a previously unknown meteorite. As I recall, it was a very small chondrite. If you can find that passage, or if someone else can find where he

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite finder list

2005-12-18 Thread Charlie Devine
I want to thank Robert Woolard for answering my question regarding the only previously unknown meteorite actually field collected by Nininger. It was Puente-Ladron, an L chondrite of 7.673 grams which Nininger picked up near a bridge over the Puerco River, 10 miles from Ladron Peak, in Socorro Co,

Re: Re-2: [meteorite-list] Barringer Ban Area

2005-12-18 Thread Charlie Devine
Bernd, Gary, listees, This page from Eric Twelker's site has a rough map of the distribution area. http://www.alaska.net/~meteor/CDinfo.htm Regards, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorites carved by the Inca?

2005-10-22 Thread Charlie Devine
When I saw the phrase meteorites that the Incas had carved on, this hoax came to mind: http://skepdic.com/icastones.html Just a thought Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] more ads?

2005-08-06 Thread Charlie Devine
are a man of your word. Regards, Charlie Devine __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] siderolites

2005-07-31 Thread Charlie Devine
Arnold wrote: I see I misspelled the word. Just an oversite on my part. Oversite should be spelled oversight. Just another oversight on your part. Also, why do I get the impression that all your posts from the past 2 days were really just an excuse to spam the list with your never ending sales

Re: [meteorite-list] Backyard Crater in Rhode Island Spawns Questions

2005-07-16 Thread Charlie Devine
The owner of the property is still waiting for a response from either Brown University or the University of Rhode Island. If nobody stops by to examine the crater by Monday he's going to dig up whatever, if anything, is at the bottom of the hole. I'll keep the list updated if anything of

Re: [meteorite-list] Bolide Reported From Cape Cod, Mass

2005-04-25 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Jerry and Ryan, From CNN Boston: http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/04/25/meteor.shower.ap/ From The Westerly Sun, south coast of Rhode Island: http://www.thewesterlysun.com/articles/2005/04/25/news/news3.txt Some observations culled from reports in the Providence Journal: Tiverton, R.I.

Re: [meteorite-list] PHOTO OF A LUNAR IMPACT EVENT (was Crackpot in the news...)

2005-04-24 Thread Charlie Devine
Sterling wrote: Lunascan is a network of people who run automated telescopes to search for TLP's (Transient Lunar Phenomenon). Some years ago, I got to know, through their mailing list, some of the members of Lunascan. In general. I am not one to judge, but I believe many on this

Re: [meteorite-list] Allende, the new drug of 2005?

2005-03-20 Thread Charlie Devine
Sterling Wrote: I'm sure Lunar agriculture will be big business some day. 100% Absolute Guaranteed Pollution Free Organic Lunar Produce! Reminds me of the Moon Trees. Moon Trees: http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/moon_tree.html The search for the missing moon trees:

[meteorite-list] Pacific Northwest fireball

2005-03-13 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello list, A report from MSNBC on Saturday night's fireball in the Pacific Northwest. At least one very cool video exists of the event, as I saw a clip of it on MSNBC TV a short time ago. Perhaps someone can locate that clip on the web somewhere? http://msnbc.msn.com/id/7170644/ -Charlie

RE: [meteorite-list] What's in a name?

2005-02-21 Thread Charlie Devine
I woud like to see a meteorite fall by the shores of: Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg Located in Webster Ma, at the boundary of Ma, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Most popular( but probably not the most accurate) translation: You fish on your side, I fish on my side, and

Re: [meteorite-list] meteoriteblog.com anyone game?

2005-02-21 Thread Charlie Devine
Michael, While the description several listess have given of a blog, namely that it is a personal web log, is accurate, it is perhaps also educatinal to note that the bloggers are emerging as competitors to the mainstream news media. The story at the link below illustrates the tremendous impact

Re: [meteorite-list] STILL not clear - Park Forest Meteorite, Winslow St. House

2005-01-29 Thread Charlie Devine
Michael, I believe Farmer was the first to offer pieces of the Winslow St impact with fragments of the house siding. Knowing you collect hammer stones, I would put it this way: the Winslow St stone is not a hammerstone like the Garza or Jones stones. It did not directly hit the house, but

Re: [meteorite-list] last word on gmail

2005-01-05 Thread Charlie Devine
Michael wrote: Dave, come on, are you 3 years old? Michael, in the years I've been on this list, nobody acts more like a 3 year old then you do. Have a wonderful day, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list Meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com

Re: [meteorite-list] Great to be poor!

2005-01-03 Thread Charlie Devine
They are ONLY rocks, Tom. You can't take them with you even when you can afford only the best, and if you do take them with you, the graverobbers will soon do their thing:-) They are ONLY rocks, the objects of desire. Desire is never satisfied. Get a new rock, enjoy it for a short time, and

[meteorite-list] OT: A gift for the new year

2005-01-01 Thread Charlie Devine
A friend sent me this page this morning. I accepted it as a gift for the new year, the story of a child so inspiring that I feel moved to share it with as many people as possible. Take the time to view the art and poetry and you may wonder, as I do, from whence such genius derives. Her name is

Re: [meteorite-list] my address

2004-11-21 Thread Charlie Devine
Bill, Why are you posting private messages to the list? Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] and you thought meteorites were expensive

2004-11-04 Thread Charlie Devine
Hi John, Good one. I knew before going to the link that it would be Babe's contract. The seller, Alan Shawn Feinstein is a Rhode Island institution by now. Made his first fortune from ads on matchbook covers, and has been giving his money away ever since. Thanks for sharing that. BTW, I

[meteorite-list] Chinese satellite slams apartment building

2004-10-17 Thread Charlie Devine
Heads Up! http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2004-10/17/content_2102407.htm __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://six.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] AW: General MeteoriteInterestHasIncreased100%InLastYear

2004-10-01 Thread Charlie Devine
and conveyed to branch offices apart from the flood of mail and packages that comprise the bulk of mail volume. Getting it signed for every step of the way is as close to TLC as the post office gets, so if it's valuable to you as a buyer or seller, send it registered. Best wishes, Charlie Devine USPS

RE: [meteorite-list] RE: The Other Mars Meteorite - LafayetteMeteorite

2004-09-16 Thread Charlie Devine
Marc, Here is a photo of Lafayette from the Smithsonian: http://www.nmnh.si.edu/minsci/images/gallery/34.htm And here, in Nininger Moment #11, as compiled by Al Mitterling, Nininger talks about Lafayette: http://www.meteoritearticles.com/mitterling11.html Amazing that it should look so fresh

[meteorite-list] Tunguska Story Makes the Rounds

2004-08-12 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear listmembers, This story sheds light on the recent claims and provides some history regarding similar claims. Turns out the explorers predicted they would find alien technology before they set out to do so. http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/tunguska_event_040812.html C. Devine

Re: [meteorite-list] LETTER FROM EBAY

2004-07-26 Thread Charlie Devine
Greetings, Some time ago I noticed a Native American skull for sale on ebay. I did report it to them, but I also reported it to a Native American news group who in turn reported it to the assistant US Attorney General of the seller's state. Ebay cancelled the ad and law enforcement took it from

Re: [meteorite-list] Resend: Repatriating Chinese fossils from Australia

2004-07-01 Thread Charlie Devine
Terry: For years now I keep hearing that exportation of fossils from China is illegal, with severe punishments for those Chinese who collect and supply. Yet here in the USA, and in other markets I'm sure, dino eggs continue to be so prolific it's as if the dinos were still laying them. And the

[meteorite-list] List Problems?

2004-06-20 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Geoff. I'm answering you from the archives as I've only received a few list messages in recent days. Seems to me Michael Blood had a similar problem a few weeks ago, and now and then it seems to happen to some list membes. So, you're not alone. Regards, Charlie

Re: [meteorite-list] Meteorite eBay Bidding Comment

2004-06-13 Thread Charlie Devine
Jim and list, I agree. I always saw sniping as a stategy used to get the item for the best possible price. If I decide I am willing to spend $200 for an item and with minutes left the price is still $75 I may snipe with $200 with seconds left to see if I can get it for less then $200. If I bid

[meteorite-list] Video re New Zealand event

2004-06-12 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear list, I can't download this 2 minute clip, but most listmembers probably can, and it may be worth seeing. Scroll down the page at the link until you see a video entitled Space rock falls into living room http://tvnz.co.nz/view/tvnz_index_skin/tvnz_index_group Regards, Charlie

Re: [meteorite-list] Video re New Zealand event

2004-06-12 Thread Charlie Devine
Ken wrote: Charlie Thanks very much for the link. Your welcome, Ken. And thank you for the description which gave me some idea of what I'm missing:-) Guess we'll all be following the saga of this new fall as it unfolds. Best wishes, Charlie

Re: [meteorite-list] Archaeologist Finds Brenham Meteorite AmongArtificats from the Hopewell People

2004-06-02 Thread Charlie Devine
Michael and Martin, And because prehistoric refers to cultures that have not developed writing, there are still prehistoric cultures in existance today. Regards, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[meteorite-list] Fireballs from Space

2004-05-30 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear list, For those in the US, the Discovery channel is airing a program called Fireballs from Space Sunday evening at 8, with a repeat airing at 11 PM.The show is described as dealing with earth crossing objects and the menace they pose. Regards, Charlie

Re: [meteorite-list] Info on Scalisi Collection?

2004-05-06 Thread Charlie Devine
Martin, I have spoken to Phil Scalisi several times. He is a good friend of a friend, and he often sets up a table at the Springfield, Ma show in August. His is one of the foremost private mineral collections in New England, and probably well beyond that. To the best of my knowledge he never

[meteorite-list] Have we sent life to Mars?

2004-03-24 Thread Charlie Devine
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Re: [meteorite-list] Survival after a large impact event (Delete if you don`t wish to know)

2004-02-26 Thread Charlie Devine
Worrying about surviving an asteroid impact? Maybe this is an even bigger worry, especially for our European friends by the sounds of this secret Pentagon report. For what it's worth: http://www.guardian.co.uk/climatechange/story/0,12374,1153530,00.html Regards, Charlie

Re: [meteorite-list] It is ridiculous now.

2004-02-23 Thread Charlie Devine
Mark and list, There is an artifact collector who goes by the name I buy fakes. Don't know if he's still using that handle but he would bid on fakes. Other potential bidders would see his bid, and perhaps curious, click on his about me ebay page, where they would find a dissertation on the great

Re: [meteorite-list] NWA meteorites - money for terrorism?

2004-01-31 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Ken and Matt, Matt, I have a question I would like you to ask Matteo should you see him in the near future. On 8 January 2004, a friend of Matteo's posted a message to the meteorite-list with the subject heading UP WITH MATTEO!! The friend's name was Francesco Cini. Mr. Cini provided a

Re: [meteorite-list] Finding Bits Of Mars On Earth

2004-01-17 Thread Charlie Devine
Hard to believe I'm the only one interested in an answer to this curious statement by a scientist who collects meteorites in Antarctica. But I did a little digging and got the answer. It is perfectly legal for private parties to collect meteorites in Antarctica. Regards, Charlie

Re: [meteorite-list] Finding Bits Of Mars On Earth

2004-01-17 Thread Charlie Devine
] To: Charlie Devine [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2004 10:58 AM Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Finding Bits Of Mars On Earth Charlie, Amazing! Well done! (Hupes are now packing their thermal underwear:) Best, Ken Charlie Devine wrote: Hard to believe I'm

Re: [meteorite-list] meteorites on ice

2004-01-17 Thread Charlie Devine
Hi John, The wind chill yesterday morning here in Rhode Island was 40 below zero Fahrenheit. I wore four layers, was outdoors for several hours and stayed as warm as toast! Loved it in fact. Well of course I'm crazy, but I'm thinking now the Antarctic ice fields would be a piece of cake. Yeah,

Re: [meteorite-list] Finding Bits Of Mars On Earth

2004-01-16 Thread Charlie Devine
Ron and list, Towards the end of this article, one of the scientists expresses concern that private expeditions will beat the scientific expeditions back to the LaPaz ice field next year. He is quoted as saying: The expeditions who use our information to help a tourist pick up a meteorite and

Re: [meteorite-list] OT Martian weather reports

2004-01-14 Thread Charlie Devine
Jamie, I found this: http://www.msss.com/mars_images/moc/mer_weather/ Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Roach Dry Lake

2003-12-14 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Grant, Rob, and list __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Roach Dry Lake

2003-12-14 Thread Charlie Devine
Hello Grant, Rob, and list Grant wrote: Your last comment reminded me of this book: Walter M. Miller's acclaimed SF classic A Canticle for Leibowitz opens with the accidental excavation of a holy artifact: a creased brittle memo scrawled by the hand of the blessed

Re: [meteorite-list] Roach Dry Lake

2003-12-13 Thread Charlie Devine
Hi Rob, John, Mark and list Rob wrote: In a given day at Roach, I probably pick up a couple thousand rocks, piling them up in this manner. I wonder, if in some far distant future, an archaeologist will write a thesis on The stone cairns of Roach and other dry lakes of the Far West:

Re: [meteorite-list] dirty laundry

2003-12-11 Thread Charlie Devine
John and list, I'm sure Bernd has a sense of humor, but no way is he Proud Tom. Who was quickest to answer virtually any meteorite-related question on this list, complete with enough references to satisfy anyone? Bernd. And he always showed his class. I don't know if he's disappeared because

Re: [meteorite-list] dirty laundry

2003-12-08 Thread Charlie Devine
Dave and list, I miss Bernd. Does anyone know if is still on this list? Has all the negative content of recent months finally driven even him away? Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[meteorite-list] Re: Lunar eclipse

2003-11-09 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear list: From a secluded spot on the shore of Mill Cove, Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA, my wife and I watched a narrowing band of moonlight on still waters, a blood moon, and lots of squawking ducks. We thought it very beautiful. BTW, http://www.spacewheather.com has a nice lunar eclipse

[meteorite-list] Lunar eclipse gallery

2003-11-09 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear list: Didn't realize there were 2 space weather sites. Here is the correct address for the lunar eclipse gallery: http://www.spaceweather.com Regards, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[meteorite-list] Life on Mars? New Light on a Martian Mystery

2003-11-07 Thread Charlie Devine
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/3244927.stm This article describes tests done in the Atacama desert that may shed light on results obtained in the 76 Vikng mission. Regards, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [meteorite-list] Today's meteorite fall anniversary

2003-10-18 Thread Charlie Devine
John and Gregory, Well, no quakes in New England thursday night/friday morn, but as rabid baseball fans I'm sure you guys can understand the gloomy mood pervading Boston and the rest of New England at the moment. We do get an average of 2-3 small quakes each month in RI and southeast Mass.but

Re: [meteorite-list] Tsavorites

2003-09-27 Thread Charlie Devine
Robert and list, This page may be informative: http://www.tucsonshowguide.com/stories/books/tsavorite.cfm Best wishes, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] OFF TOPIC - Unusual

2003-09-09 Thread Charlie Devine
Michael and list, Here in southern New England there exists groups of Monk parrots. These parrots are, I believe, native to Argentina. The predominant theory is that they escaped from ships in New York city. They have been here in Rhode Island, year round mind you, for at least 15 years. I

Re: [meteorite-list] ebay auctions by Comet Meteorite-Shop

2003-08-22 Thread Charlie Devine
Mike, I'll go a step further then John. You can absolutely trust Serge and company. They are also good friends with Al Lang and he speaks highly of them. Since Al is one of the true good guys in this hobby, whom I've known for many years, that's good enough for me. I've also dealt with Serge

Re: [meteorite-list] Apparent Meteorite Lands In Washington?

2003-07-17 Thread Charlie Devine
Tom asked: How long until these asphalt chunks turn up on EBAY? Not long at all, Tom: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemitem=2184229794 Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: [meteorite-list] Apparent Meteorite Lands In Washington?

2003-07-17 Thread Charlie Devine
Two more: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemitem=2184225892 http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemitem=2184227572 Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Re: eBay Likes and Dislikes

2003-07-15 Thread Charlie Devine
Roman wrote: Hey someone named Gregory, Are you the guy who had mentioned something about bulls in a china shop when we were having the SEX and meteorites contest? Good morning Roman and list, In fairness to Gregory and to save Gregory the task of searching the archives, it was I who made the

Re: [meteorite-list] eBay Likes and Dislikes

2003-07-13 Thread Charlie Devine
Adam and list, I saw a segment on the Today Show, I believe it was yesterday's edition, about a guy who lived out west, and who was selling a theme park that had been owned and operated by his family for years. He chose eBay over any number of local real estate agents. When asked why, he

Re: [meteorite-list] IMCA member offering questionable meteorite

2003-07-12 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear list, I agree with John that this is not a case of an IMCA member trying to sell a meteorwrong as a meteorite. He calls it an iron rock and meteorite-looking, and if I were a bidder I would not believe I was bidding on a meteorite, To protect those who might believe they were bidding on a

[meteorite-list] Dave Marsocci contact me

2003-07-10 Thread Charlie Devine
Dave, I received your message but my replies bounce back. If you contact me again and include your phone number, I'll touch base with you that way. My apologies to the list for the personal message. Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL

Re: [meteorite-list] Dealer Refunds: IDENTITY and DOUBLE GAUL

2003-06-29 Thread Charlie Devine
for a refund! : ) Thanks, Tom The proudest member of the IMCA 6168 - Original Message - From: Charlie Devine [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Michael L Blood [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Tom aka James Knudson [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Ken O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Meteorite-List (E-mail) [EMAIL PROTECTED]; M come

[meteorite-list] OT: Giant Hailstone

2003-06-25 Thread Charlie Devine
Dear list Don't imagine they get much bigger then this.. http://www.journalstar.com/local.php?story_id=58157 Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] Is Shirokovsky a meteorite?

2003-05-30 Thread Charlie Devine
Gregory and list: In fact I informed the seller about a month ago that the status of Shirokovsky was questionable. At the time the seller was running an ebay auction for the same 0.64g slice. He replied that he would look into it and ended the auction. When I saw that he had relisted the slice

[meteorite-list] Is Shirokovsky a meteorite?

2003-05-29 Thread Charlie Devine
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemitem=2176968147 Dear list: The seller is IMCA member #8645. In an earlier auction of this material he was informed that the jury was still out on this material. The description states that it IS a pallasite classified by the Vernadsky Institute of

[meteorite-list] When is a fall historical?

2003-04-03 Thread Charlie Devine
Regarding Park Forest, Matteo wrote: Historical?? Historical is after over minimum 40 years, no after 4 dayshistorical only probably for the USA persons of the zone, but for meteorite collectors is not historical. Maybe we're splitting hairs here. In Matteo's interpretation,

[meteorite-list] I heard a crash (Park Forest)

2003-03-31 Thread Charlie Devine
Very detailed first hand accounts of 2 of the house smashers. Great stuff! http://www.dailysouthtown.com/southtown/yrtwn/south/281syt3.htm __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

[meteorite-list] Adler scientists seek photographic evidence (Park Forest)

2003-03-31 Thread Charlie Devine
Determining an orbit would be the icing on the cake. http://www.adlerplanetarium.org/astronomy/astronews/ Cheers, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] updates on park forest

2003-03-31 Thread Charlie Devine
Steve, Three individuals totaling 610 grams. That's some good friend you have Steve. And some good fortune on your part. Have you given any thought to sharing your good fortune by donating your remaining micros to an area school perhaps? Just a thought :-) Charlie ---BeginMessage--- Good

Re: [meteorite-list] Park Forest meteorite debacle - whats a fairprice?

2003-03-29 Thread Charlie Devine
If I could get a piece that was documented to have crashed through the roof of a house for $7/g, I would be very happy and I wouldn't have to wait 50 years to know I owned a piece of meteorite history Best, Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list

[meteorite-list] US wins back moon rock

2003-03-28 Thread Charlie Devine
http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/space/03/27/moon.rock.reut/index.html __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

Re: [meteorite-list] EBAY SCAM??????

2003-03-22 Thread Charlie Devine
Tom, What happens when a meteorite collector discovers ebay? They go bonkers! I've seen it happen many times. Sometimes they're new to meteorites, in which case they often overpay. If he's new to meteorites, he'll eventually find other venues to acquire meteorites. If they already collect

[meteorite-list] Russian scientists to search for meteorite

2003-03-12 Thread Charlie Devine
http://english.pravda.ru/region/2003/03/09/44186.html -Charlie __ Meteorite-list mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list

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