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An extraordinary surreal Hongshan Shui Jing Glass piece
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Close-up showing putative ‘ground melt’ encased in the glass
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The same piece after a catastrophic impact - just the four main pieces: makes me want to cry!
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Glass fragment with some of the non-glass ‘melt’
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Maybe good can come of it by mineral analysis and TL testing of the white encased material. Is this the secret to dating the glass and so the meteorite impact?
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I hope I can therefore turn a catastrophe into a scientific experiment. Any contacts who might help would be welcomed!

I apologise that I have not posted the images, but the links should work. I need to consult Luke again, I fear

David



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03-Feb-18 21:26 by drdavidanderson.

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A very sad story of a real life catastrophe 900 drdavidanderson 03-Feb-18 21:03
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Re: A very sad story of a real life catastrophe 89 drdavidanderson 04-Feb-18 08:52
Re: A very sad story of a real life catastrophe 98 drrayeye 04-Feb-18 19:30
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