Trashed project.

  • Most likely the waffle rock formed when the substrate dried and cracked and new harder stuff flowed into the cracks. Happens all the time geologically speaking. I'll be damned if I'm going to tiptoe here like you seem to do. If you have something worth saying, say it. This site isn't worth compromising

    Its not that hard to figure it out.

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  • Most likely the waffle rock formed when the substrate dried and cracked and new harder stuff flowed into the cracks. Happens all the time geologically speaking. I'll be damned if I'm going to tiptoe here like you seem to do. If you have something worth saying, say it. This site isn't worth compromising yourself.

    I agree with you, but it's not so common. And it was probably puzzling for our ancestors of this age.

  • As hematite sinking in the cracks from the rain, it would likely soak through the soil and cracks in the stones. on the other hand if the hematite was very low in a void in the earth and voltage tugs on it- up to the surface, it would fill in the cracks in a molten state with the voltage leaving a track.from the moving voltage, thinking.. as volcanic lightning will do spitting out material.

    I would agree with you all if not for the void in the center of each hematite core.

    it would be completely full with no center voids


  • I have some hematite mixed with D20 for the fill . I did not use this in the past. any idea what it will do in the configuration mix with the obsidian as the walls with the thin line of carbon + palladium mix ?

    Any idea? bad idea?

    just something to think about.

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