posted on Jan, 1 2015 @ 05:57 PM
a reply to: Blaine91555
Thanks for the post. The area has seen glacitation, and it's quite plausible that the quartz-piece is a "traveller-stone". It's just the location that
makes me wonder because of the other "tool-looking" items found on same square meter, like axe-head-lookalike and dark-mineral chips, 2x2 inch and
Area in general is deepish in forest, about 40 meters above current sea level, 20 kilometers from current shore. 500 km south from arctic circle. Top
altitude in local environment, top of bedrock "pushings" or intrusions. The area is very near of calculated fracture line, and the bedrock is
metamorhic, biotite paragneiss -rock, and other type of rock near on the fracture area is plutotonic rock, Tonalite and quartz-diorite, intrusive.
And the rock-rock, it's only magnetic? (digital sensor, mag+gyro) on near the breakage on "crust" thats the only place sensors go flip-flop, but you
cant attach a magnet on it, nor sense any magnetic traction.
EDIT: forgot to add, Yes, there seems to be some, very minor oxydated iron-ore near the ball. But on the bedrock, there wasn't any signs of iron
deposits. Do you know if there should be more iron visible? Or perhaps, if this is a concentration of "Mineral N", do you know if this is a telltale
of larger deposits of said mineral? The "ball" weights at 371 grams, while similar sized stone covering the ball weights 249g
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