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Martian Brain Remains Fell To Morocco?

 
 
bewildered
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 02:44 am
@farmerman,
Basalt contains neuron fossils. Evidence that won't be deleted by moderator:
http://www.google.com.tw/imgres?q=basalt+micrograph&hl=zh-TW&gbv=2&tbm=isch&tbnid=KOgDCGCnMnF4NM:&imgrefurl=http://www.cas.usf.edu/~jryan/rocks.html&docid=aOHqqH10o0xdcM&imgurl=http://www.cas.usf.edu/~jryan/BasaltPL50X.JPG&w=632&h=405&ei=ucwbT8KqIo3KmAXp7pirCg&zoom=1&iact=rc&dur=566&sig=117820172519551479216&page=6&tbnh=133&tbnw=197&start=46&ndsp=10&ved=1t:429,r:9,s:46&tx=102&ty=59&biw=800&bih=485

http://geomuseum.tu-clausthal.de/mineralogie/gesteine/images/G750x500/Duennschliff/basalt-bds028_g.jpg
Look carefully at the black star-shaped objects.
Many basaltic rocks and igneous rocks contain unique and indisputable neuron remains, period.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 08:28 am
@bewildered,
bewildered wrote:
http://geomuseum.tu-clausthal.de/mineralogie/gesteine/images/G750x500/Duennschliff/basalt-bds028_g.jpg
Look carefully at the black star-shaped objects.
Many basaltic rocks and igneous rocks contain unique and indisputable neuron remains, period.

Oh my god, I see it! There it is, a giant neuron! ... oh wait, wait, no, it's a blood vessel. No, wait a minute, it's, it's, it's a red blood cell! No, on second thought, I think it's a skull cap. Or maybe an epididymis, no no, it's a toenail! Definitely. Period.
farmerman
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 10:08 am
@rosborne979,
"Basalt contains neurons". I cant even imagine what this kids been smoking.
Ive cut many hundreds of basalt rocks into thin sections and Ive grown tire finding the one or two minerals Ive been interested in finding. Bewildered, you are trying to convince me, a specialist in petrological analyses for mining, that what you are dreaming about is real. You are talking total bullshit . I should really put you on ignore.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 11:50 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
"Basalt contains neurons". I cant even imagine what this kids been smoking.
Show's how much you know Mr. "Geologist". Rocks are actually living things which contain not only neurons, but they talk to each other when nobody's looking. And they have the ability to instantly crystalize themselves whenever anyone tries to discover them.

Go ahead, try to disprove it, until then it's a fact. Period.
farmerman
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 03:26 pm
@rosborne979,
I should just ignore it . Im never gonna convince this guy. hes like that example they used to use for psychology

Sick man is at a psychiatrists office

"I am dead," said the man

Doctor sticks a pin in the guy
"did you feel that"?
"Yes" said the man

", said the doc

Well, that proves that you are alive cause dead men dont feel pain"

"N\o" said the guy "It only proves that dead men do feel pain"
rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 04:53 pm
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
I should just ignore it . Im never gonna convince this guy.
Of course not. Either his trolly has gone off the tracks, or he's a marketing genius who sells meteorite fragments and needs to generate viral chatter about meteorites. Either way he's not gonna listen to reason Smile
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 22 Jan, 2012 05:41 pm
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
I should just ignore it . Im never gonna convince this guy.
What's interesting however is that he sometimes challenges "you" directly to validate or disprove his assertions.

I think it's revealing that people who deny science often implicitly validate it by seeking approval from its representatives (like you), or by trying to restate their own claims in the language of science. There is an implied veracity in the respect science gets as the chosen adversary to religious insanity and to personal insanity (in the case of Bewildered).
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bewildered
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 04:16 am
@rosborne979,
Did you see an idiot who was unable to recognize anything in the photo?
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bewildered
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 04:18 am
@farmerman,
The following micrograph shows fossilized neurons in a thin section of basalt:
Edit [Moderator]: Link removed
Image source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basalt
farmerman
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 06:32 am
@bewildered,
Youre nuts. they show crystals of various mineral components in basalt. Its like the stones in a terrazo floor, they are still minerals not anything biological.
bewildered
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:10 pm
@farmerman,
Exactly what mineral? Show me a micrograph of the mineral with the same morphology. Bluff. No mineral crystals look like neurons. Rocks don't talk to each other like neurons.
Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:16 pm
So now you allege that these neurons in the rocks talk to each other? Have you heard them talking? Have you sought professional help?
Lustig Andrei
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:19 pm
@Setanta,
I had a wonderful conversation with a neuron just the other day. No...wait... that was a neutrino, I think. Sorry.
farmerman
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:22 pm
@bewildered,
Put up or shut up. Show me the thin section that you think best underpins your belief. I will take it apart mineral by mineral and quadrant by quadrant. All the thin section slides (and the substage non polarized light also) have shown only minerals like quartz, feldspathoids, pyroxenes and probably a zircon or two. (Youve been condusing zircons for "neurons")
You are obstinately ignorant of mineralogy and petrology. You make a conclusion without any data. Set and Rosborne have been asking you questions re: from whence does any science arise in your crazy ideas.
Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:34 pm
@Lustig Andrei,
A neutrino? He was just passing through, right?
farmerman
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:35 pm
@Setanta,
he missed his mass.
Rockhead
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 07:37 pm
@farmerman,
are you positive?
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Ceili
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 08:03 pm
I was listening to the good 'ol CBC today and they interviewed the scientist who bought this meteorite from Morocco. He paid $58,000 CDN to study it, he quite the expert having studied many past specimens. As of yet, it has not been dissected but will be soon.
Funnily enough, I listened intently to the entire interview and not once did he mention blood vessels, blood cells, brain matter or neurons, or any matter of fossilized living tissue.
Weird eh?
Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 08:04 pm
@Ceili,
He's probably not a "real" scientist like Bewildered here . . .
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 08:31 pm
@Setanta,
Setanta wrote:

A neutrino? He was just passing through, right?
Ha Smile Good one.
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