Tecumseh crater and the lost Great Chickasaw [peer reviewed]

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Tecumseh crater and the lost Great Chickasaw [peer reviewed]

Postby Kalopin » Tue Aug 23, 2016 3:30 pm

Concerning the formation process for the upper lithosphere of the Mississippi embayment,...

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AN EXTRATERRESTRIAL ORIGIN FOR THE UPLAND FORMATION OF THE MISSISSIPPI EMBAYMENT

Vol. 4, Issue 3, July 2016 – September 2016

Tony Hood
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Published today! [finally! :-]

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AN EXTRATERRESTRIAL ORIGIN FOR
THE UPLAND FORMATION OF THE
MISSISSIPPI EMBAYMENT
Tony Hood
This is an investigation into findings that suggest a meteor from a serial impact off the dust tail of Comet C/1811 F1 was
the initial mechanism to cause the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-1812.

There is a central, semi-circular structure in northeastern Marshall county, Mississippi, extending partly into Tennessee,
which every line in the topography emanates out from in a shockwave pattern. On the northwest face and near mid-basin,
there is a central rebound peak where numerous unusual rocks were found with all aspects of impactites and meteorites
with fusion crust, the appearance of nanodiamonds and shocked quartz.

Currently the evidence consists of the original accounts, newspaper articles, astronomers observations, impactites [rocks],
dendrology, scientific data, immediate topography and satellite views.

On satellite, with the upper embayment in view, draw a line down the middle of the New Madrid bend to where the
impactites were found in North Slayden, Mississippi. Notice the design in the terrain showing angle, direction and force
of impact.

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Coordinates : 34* 58’ 31.38” x 89* 24”17.15”... should take you to a small field near mid-basin. From this point pan out
to Mill Pond and Mill Pond Road, just where it meets with Early Grove Road follows the circular terrain of the inner
basin. Just to the east of Early Grove rd. is a white sand creek [Early Grove creek]. Follow this northward, over the
Tennessee state line, upward passed the Wolf river bottoms, through a tree line to the west and back down, to the other
side and passed the western side of the impression. This is the first in a series of shockwaves, reverberates out many times
to the edge of, and shows the same design as the outer shape of the embayment. Pan out, following each river to the north,
[the Hatchie River, Wolf River, Loosahathie River,…] shows the larger waves from a shock pattern that extends out to
The Tennessee River on the east passed The St. Francis River on the west.

Below this structure the terrain runs from east to west and is where the land was pulled northward to produce large
chasms that were later blocked by earthen dams to form lakes, [such as Arkabutla, Sardis and Enid]. All the semi-circular
fractures throughout Eastern Arkansas and sand blows encircle this structure. The crater has been subjected to extensive
amounts of erosion, foliage growth and development, mostly because of being in such a fertile river valley. Once this is
removed, all lines in the topography surround and point to this central location.

Reading the original accounts gives better understanding of what was actually witnessed. There were many to see
meteoric lights before, during and after the first earthquake as far as Savannah Georgia, [way too far to be any naturally
occurring earthquake lights]. Many to believe the comet had went down in the Ohio river or had touched the mountains
of California. Lights were seen so bright that, at two-thirty in the morning a needle could be seen on the floor…
The astronomers observations agree. The comet was seen as fifty percent larger than the Sun in October of 1811 and
William Herschel reported the comet’s tail becoming significantly shorter in November as it was coming toward him.
Comet C/1811 F1 must have been a Sungrazer comet as it wasn’t seen from mid-June 1811 until the latter part of August
1811, which gives it the approximate amount of time for it to travel around the Sun, breaking it apart and then to pass in
front of Earth, leaving a trail of debris and, as the planet revolved through a meteoroid filled dust tail for over a month
caused several meteors to impact, one large enough to reshape the entire Mississippi river valley. On this same day,
December 16, 1811, Caracas, Venezuela was also destroyed. Find accounts of the many disasters associated with the close
passing of a comet at “Travels to the equinoctial regions of America”, chapter 14, by Alexander Von Humboldt, as this
was more than seismic activity throughout the central United States but was a global catastrophe.

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Crater coordinates:
Northern rim- 35* 00’ 17.25”N x 89* 24’ 27.52”W
Southern rim- 34* 58’ 3.25”N x 89* 24’ 22.25”W
Eastern rim- 34* 59’ 11.27”N x 89* 22’ 55.96”W
Western rim- 34* 59’ 15.18”N x 89* 25’ 45.75”W
White sand creek [first in a series of shock waves]-
West- 34* 58’ 28.86”N x 89* 26’ 16.50”W
Northwest- 35* 01’ 59.99”N x 89* 24’ 25.09”W
Northeast- 35* 01’ 05.53”N x 89* 22’ 37.80”W
East- 34* 58’ 17.95”N x 89* 22’ 37.80”W
Approximate crater diameter- 4.25 kilometers or 2.64 miles


REFERENCES
[1] “Travels to the equinoctial regions of America”, Alexander Von Humboldt, Chapter 14
https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/h/humbol ... ter14.html
[2] “1811-12 New Madrid earthquakes, a NEO Connection” http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/1811.htm
[3] “A detailed narrative of the earthquakes which occurred on the 16th day of December, 1811”
Samuel L. Mitchill , transcriptions and notes Susan E. Hough http://pasadena.wr.usgs.gov/office/hough/mitchill.html
[4] New Madrid newspapers, The Messenger, February 28, 1811 http://www.hsv.com /genlintr/newmadrd
/newspapers/The_Messenger-Feb_28_1811.jpg fourth column near the top “…the comet appeared hazy an dim…”
[5] Eyewitnesses to Mississippi river earthquake terror, Susan E. Hough http://www.showme.net /~ fkeller
/quake/lib/eyewitness1.htm
[6] C/1811 F1 [Great Comet], Gary W. Kronk’s Cometography http://www.cometography.com/lcomets/1811f1.html
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[7] “Panther across the sky- Tecumseh and the New Madrid earthquake”, David Yarrow http://www.ratical.org
/ratville/Tecumseh.html
[8] “New Madrid, first steamboat, quakes, comet”, William L. Pierce http://www.showme.net /~fkeller /quake
/lib/roosevelt.htm
[9] “Newspaper accounts of the new Madrid earthquakes”, Rootsweb, Don E. Wright http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com
/~monewmad/nm-history/paper-5.htm
[10] Charleston S.C. Courier newspaper, Dec. 29-30, 1811 http://www.showme.net/~fkeller/quake/savannah.htm
[11] USGS, Historic earthquakes, “New Madrid 1811-1812 earthquakes” U.S. Geological Survey http:// earthquake
.usgs.gov /earthquakes/states/events/1811_overview.php
[12] “Model for the tectonic evolution of the Mississippi embayment and its contemporary seismicity” M.F. Kane, T.G.
HildenbrandJ.D.Hendrickhttp://geology.geoscienceworld. ... ttp:/www.s cience direct.
Com /science/article/pii/S0264370702000194
APPENDIX - A
List of figures:
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...and so, hopefully, soon a great deal of our science and history will be uncovered...
Please, help to spread the word!
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Postby circumspice » Wed Aug 24, 2016 6:04 am

A self published paper with a publisher that has an open call for papers...

hmmm... :roll:

I take it that Tony Hood is Kalopin & that this 'paper' is his magnum opus...
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Postby Minimalist » Wed Aug 24, 2016 8:37 am

https://stardate.org/radio/program/great-comet-1811

The Great Comet of 1811 never came very close to either the Sun or Earth. It more than made up for that, though, with its enormous size. As a result, the comet grew brilliant and remained visible for many months.

Astronomers first spotted the comet on March 25th, long before its closest approach. It passed nearest the Sun in September, and nearest Earth on October 20th. Even so, it never came closer to either body than the 93 million miles that separate the Sun and Earth.



Seems to be awfully far away.
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Postby Kalopin » Wed Aug 24, 2016 2:15 pm

Minimalist wrote:https://stardate.org/radio/program/great-comet-1811

The Great Comet of 1811 never came very close to either the Sun or Earth. It more than made up for that, though, with its enormous size. As a result, the comet grew brilliant and remained visible for many months.

Astronomers first spotted the comet on March 25th, long before its closest approach. It passed nearest the Sun in September, and nearest Earth on October 20th. Even so, it never came closer to either body than the 93 million miles that separate the Sun and Earth.



Seems to be awfully far away.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Comet_of_1811
The Great Comet of 1811 was thought to have had an exceptionally large coma, perhaps reaching over 1 million miles across—fifty percent larger than the Sun


...and so, how would an object be observed as 50% larger than the Sun and be at such a distance?

There is a lot of [purposeful?] misinformation and misinterpretation...
...more than enough evidence...

Image
...immediate crater...

Image
Image
...melted and fused with vitrified sand and impact melt rock...

Image
...girl's chest formed into rock...

Image
...melt rock, fusion crust...

Once you go through and study all the details, the evidence becomes overwhelming...
Will this be reviewed? ;-]
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Postby Kalopin » Wed Aug 24, 2016 2:17 pm

circumspice wrote: A self published paper with a publisher that has an open call for papers...

hmmm... :roll:

I take it that Tony Hood is Kalopin & that this 'paper' is his magnum opus...


...you're becoming an investigator?... ;-]
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Postby Kalopin » Wed Aug 24, 2016 2:28 pm

A most amazing piece of lost history, this evidence will show that a meteor impact was the cause of the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-1812...

There were many strange events during these years. A great comet appeared in the sky in March 1811, disappeared in June to late August and when reappeared was seen as one and a half times the size of the Sun in October. Observations saw the comet coming toward Earth and as it passed in front of the planet in late November/early December leaving a trail of debris, produced a serial impact, causing earthquakes, eruptions, extreme weather conditions and many disasters. Thousands of small meteors, made mainly of only ice and sand hit the eastern coast of the United States forming the Carolina bays, near this same moment in time Caracas, Venezuela had a major earthquake, killing many thousands and on December 16, 1811 at two-thirty in the morning, a meteor impacted northeastern Mississippi and was large enough to reshape the entire river valley...

As this meteor was directed toward New Madrid , Missouri and was too far away to see the impact and happened at night, it was misunderstood as an earthquake, yet there were many accounts of meteoric lights across the skies, prior to the quake, some as far away as Savannah, Georgia, way too far to see any kind of naturally occurring earthquake lights, black smoke, smells of sulfur, explosions and even rocks sounding as if "boiling and popping" Many stated they thought the comet had went down in the Ohio river or had "touched the mountain of California". In one account a man in Louisville, Kentucky said it was so bright, at two-thirty in the morning, that he could see a needle on the floor. In fact there are many historical accounts and stories describing a meteor impact.

Though this information has been misunderstood by the misconceptions and the superstitions of a more primitive time, the evidence is now coming out. Not only the historical accounts but scientific and observational data, impactites [rocks] and all the satellite views agree and now, just recently, the impact site has been discovered. Just at the top of northeastern Marshall county, Mississippi and extending partly into Tennessee there is a circular structure, a central concave impression, which every hill in the valley emanates out from in a shockwave pattern. About a three mile diameter crater, near the middle there is a central rebound peak with many canyons and creeks running out from containing several spherule beds. Many unusual rocks were found with every aspect in appearance to impactites, meteorites and melt rock of all sorts. These rocks are from a meteor coming from the close passing of a comet and are among the rarest ever found...

...For further study, read the book "Travels to the equinoctial regions of America", chapter 14, by Alexander Von Humboldt, https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/h/humbol ... ter14.html which has excellent accounts of the many disasters which occurred at this same moment in time and in the same area. This was much more than just a seismic event in the central United States, but a global catastrophe... The close passing of this sungrazer comet c/1811 f1 was the cause of the mini ice age from 1811-1817, the cause of the many quakes and eruptions including Mt. Tambora in 1815, "the year without a summer, 1816" and resulted in major climate change. It is a fact that temperatures have been rising ever since these events and the passing of this comet...

This is an invitation to further investigate and explore a great amount of lost history and misunderstood science in hopes that all will learn from these past events, to be better prepared and be able to mitigate the effects from such a future occurrence...

Start the adventure and get the book- "Kalopins Legacy 1811 a comet and a quake"

[the above is an excerpt from "Museum receives Meteorites" on page 16-section 1 of "The South Reporter" Thursday, October 2, 2015
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Postby Minimalist » Wed Aug 24, 2016 5:25 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet#Tails

The streams of dust and gas each form their own distinct tail, pointing in slightly different directions. The tail of dust is left behind in the comet's orbit in such a manner that it often forms a curved tail called the type II or dust tail.[51] At the same time, the ion or type I tail, made of gases, always points directly away from the Sun because this gas is more strongly affected by the solar wind than is dust,



Probably the same way that people can decide that the dust and gas which makes up a comet's tail is actually an asteroid which landed in Missouri.
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Postby E.P. Grondine » Fri Aug 26, 2016 9:57 am

Tom, your paper was not peer reviewed.

Let me make this as clear as I can. Any impact capable of forming the circular feature you see,
would have been visible for miles, and heard for miles. The area was inhabited at that tiem, and we would have had testimonies of it.
We do not.

In the old days, you cold have sent your research elsewhere, and other impact specialists would have told you the same thing.

I'll also add that if it had of been a recent historical impact, other impact specialists would have spotted it long ago.
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Postby Kalopin » Sat Aug 27, 2016 2:06 pm

E.P. Grondine wrote:Tom, your paper was not peer reviewed.

Let me make this as clear as I can. Any impact capable of forming the circular feature you see,
would have been visible for miles, and heard for miles. The area was inhabited at that tiem, and we would have had testimonies of it.
We do not.

In the old days, you cold have sent your research elsewhere, and other impact specialists would have told you the same thing.

I'll also add that if it had of been a recent historical impact, other impact specialists would have spotted it long ago.


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Something else concerning 1811 A Comet and A Quake, I may have mentioned how feared the Chickasaw were by explorers, after DeSoto tried to take some Chickasaw women and was almost killed, losing many men and horses, and we may have discussed there being very few settlers in the area, but I believe I may have forgotten to mention the fact that the Chickasaw had recently forced [yes, forced] the cavalry to remove more than 5,000 squatters from their land. This was accomplished successfully from 1809-1811: http://www.tolatsga.org/chick.html [a little more than 3/4 down the page]. As I stated, there were very few/if any settlers at or near this incident, although it would not matter, as all life was instantly vaporized...

P.P., do you know who the Chickasaw were? [notice the link was removed?]

Your real history is being systematically and purposely removed... why?

[see- http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/article/h-1487
By 1809 there were an estimated 5,000 American squatters living on Chickasaw land.
http://tngenweb.org/giles/early-history ... 20-part-2/
The federal government, however, was finding it difficult to negotiate new treaties with the Indians while failing to enforce old treaties, and shortly after taking office on Mar 4th, 1809, President James Madison sent urgent orders to Col. Return J. Meigs, an Indian agent at Hiwawassee garrison (present-day Kingston, Roane County, Tennessee) to expel the “Chickasaw land squatters.” President Madison’s motives may have also included hopes of weakening the alliance between the Indians and the British, but in any event, on 13 Apr 1809, Meigs notified the War Department that he and 30 men with one or two officers would leave Hiwassee on Sunday, April 16th, to effect the removal of the “intruders.” Meigs’ group then traveled 170 miles to Simms Settlement on the Elk River where, on May 27th, they removed 93 squatters from that locale, and a total of 166 overall. (2)
]

So. if the Chickasaw were ready to fight for their land in 1809, why did they consider the land cursed and so easily cede it?

Pride and greed continuously defeat science. There are certain individuals who do not care about science, history, education,...and care only for their reputation and money [grants]. They want to preserve the status quo, protect their mistaken beliefs and continue to teach students nonsense...

My article is in the process of being peer reviewed... Please review the evidence for yourself, determine its accuracy, and, either form some legitimate rebuttal or help to put this in curriculum...

There has never been an impact proven to be from a comet. Cometary impacts and impactites are not fully understood. This will be the first... [what "impact specialists"?!]

so, explain the stratigraphy, the historical accounts, the impactites,... which all point to this scenario. Maybe just explain the rock I have that is shaped like a girl holding her chest, where you can clearly see her fingernail and a necklace she was wearing... How about explain what could weld rock and sand into man-made iron objects...

I hope not to offend, but I feel it rather strange, and am quite dismayed to understand that I have been sitting on one of the most amazing discoveries and one of the greatest archaeological sites to ever exist and to have been met with such resistance, such a lack of investigation, with those in the position to purposely ignore, reject, marginalize,... these findings for so many years now. Now there are many hundreds, thousands that do understand and, once the "obstacles" are removed, our actual science and history will finally be taught in classrooms.
Do you know any students? Do you know how much they pay?
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Postby E.P. Grondine » Sat Aug 27, 2016 8:31 pm

Tom -

You and springhead deserve each other.

Go. Just go.

If you want to bother the 2012 cranks with your stuff, or Dennis Cox or David Hatcher's good friend Steve Garcia,
do it.

But I'm about to get real adult with you if you continue here.
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Postby circumspice » Sun Aug 28, 2016 6:31 am

E.P. Grondine wrote:Tom -

You and springhead deserve each other.

Go. Just go.

If you want to bother the 2012 cranks with your stuff, or Dennis Cox or David Hatcher's good friend Steve Garcia,
do it.

But I'm about to get real adult with you if you continue here.



EP...

You might want to put on your investigative reporter hat & begin by addressing him by his name... Twice now you've addressed him by the wrong name... :lol:
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Postby E.P. Grondine » Sun Aug 28, 2016 9:18 am

circumspice wrote:EP...

You might want to put on your investigative reporter hat & begin by addressing him by his name... Twice now you've addressed him by the wrong name... :lol:


Hi spice -

When he was here before I identified him by his real name, and I don't want to waste another minute of my time with his "stuff".

Since I published my book "Man and impact in the Americas", I have had various nuts bothering me with imaginary impacts, imaginary impact mechanics,
imaginary readings of ancient texts, and imaginary orbital mechanics. Someitimes they have been polite, but often they have been very nasty and abusive.

If I had money, and most of my brain left, I'd set up my own bbs where those who know their stuff could post immediately both impact research and news items.
By crefully limiting participation a nice "hive mind" could be set up, and by the fast exchange of information the pace of research could be accelerated.

Right now, I am working through the Massawomeke identity, the Patuxent identity, and the gun trade between the Massawomeke, Erie, French; and trying to locate Swedish and Dutch records of the Andaste (Susquehannock), and their firearms trade with them.
Then there are the Pilgrims and their gun trade.

I'd like to mention here that thousands of fossilized sharks teeth from the Calvert Cliffs were found near and are now on display at Portsmouth, Ohio.
I wonder if any and what types of trade goods from the Ohio area will show up at the Pig's Point site.

Be sure to watch Fletcher and myself's video on "Adena Monoliths":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D4OK8V ... Ofte_O_Rhp

It is now in good enough shape for some serious post production work.

These monoliths are likely to be added to Webb's list of the identifying features of Adena culture.

So now I need to find out how to set up a 501-C.
Also, I have very serious correspondence to take care of.
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Re: Tecumseh crater and the lost Great Chickasaw [peer revie

Postby Kalopin » Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:58 pm

E.P. Grondine wrote:Tom -

You and springhead deserve each other.

Go. Just go.

If you want to bother the 2012 cranks with your stuff, or Dennis Cox or David Hatcher's good friend Steve Garcia,
do it.

But I'm about to get real adult with you if you continue here.



[typical...]
D.P., as you may try and just brush this away [...and then try and advertise your crazy --...], the evidence exists, it is all there waiting to be studied...
I suggest you take a peek, look a little further,... The rocks I have should be on display and be understood as cometary impactites, the rarest rocks in existence, when man met with comet and the largest meteor impact in the Americas ;-]

Tecumseh was named for a comet ["Panther across the Sky"]. He predicted the comet in 1811. Tenskwatawa predicted the solar eclipse in 1806. They knew of the impending doom. The Chickasaw had already run out all the squatters and had made the U.S. government comply with their treaties. They felt no reason to join Tecumseh, because they knew they were feared... Tecumseh was angry, said he would stomp his foot upon return to Detroit...

Read the accounts, there are so many to describe an impact. Several accounts of meteoric lights. Many thought the entire comet hit the Ohio or had touched the mountains in California. A guy in Louisville saaid he could see a needle on the floor, at 2:30 a./m.!...
answer:
what were the nearest towns to the proposed impact site?"
what language did they speak?
how well could they communicate what they experienced?
what do the descriptions say?
if this occurred today, would there be a similar outcome?

This is simple- the comet passed over at the same time the quakes occurred. This is in every account. The impact crater and shockwave pattern are obvious features. The impactites were all found at the central rebound peak and show clear signs of melt, fusion crust, shatter cones, spherules,...
[yes, this is an incredible find!]
...study it all. you don't know what you're missin'!

...now, come back with an argument...

[hey, were all adults here [I guess] ,so, go for it! ;-]
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Postby Kalopin » Sun Aug 28, 2016 1:05 pm

E.P. Grondine wrote:
circumspice wrote:EP...

You might want to put on your investigative reporter hat & begin by addressing him by his name... Twice now you've addressed him by the wrong name... :lol:


Hi spice -

When he was here before I identified him by his real name, and I don't want to waste another minute of my time with his "stuff".

Since I published my book "Man and impact in the Americas", I have had various nuts bothering me with imaginary impacts, imaginary impact mechanics,
imaginary readings of ancient texts, and imaginary orbital mechanics. Someitimes they have been polite, but often they have been very nasty and abusive.

If I had money, and most of my brain left, I'd set up my own bbs where those who know their stuff could post immediately both impact research and news items.
By crefully limiting participation a nice "hive mind" could be set up, and by the fast exchange of information the pace of research could be accelerated.

Right now, I am working through the Massawomeke identity, the Patuxent identity, and the gun trade between the Massawomeke, Erie, French; and trying to locate Swedish and Dutch records of the Andaste (Susquehannock), and their firearms trade with them.
Then there are the Pilgrims and their gun trade.

I'd like to mention here that thousands of fossilized sharks teeth from the Calvert Cliffs were found near and are now on display at Portsmouth, Ohio.
I wonder if any and what types of trade goods from the Ohio area will show up at the Pig's Point site.

Be sure to watch Fletcher and myself's video on "Adena Monoliths":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D4OK8V ... Ofte_O_Rhp

It is now in good enough shape for some serious post production work.

These monoliths are likely to be added to Webb's list of the identifying features of Adena culture.

So now I need to find out how to set up a 501-C.
Also, I have very serious correspondence to take care of.


...care to work on something of real interest [gun trade?], like this impact site, maybe?
...after we verify my findings, I guess we could go through your -------- and go ahead and disprove it! b:-]]]]]]]
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Re: Tecumseh crater and the lost Great Chickasaw [peer revie

Postby circumspice » Sun Aug 28, 2016 2:50 pm

Tony Hood, aka/Kalopin has escaped from the booby hatch again!!! :lol:
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