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Rock, mineral, fossil collections
#11
I collect mostly liassic ammonites but have a lot of UK fossil plants too, in fact I was collecting in Gloucestershire a couple of weeks ago.

Minerals, I'm not so much into, most were collected forty-odd years ago. My uraninite is just a black lump like most of the Cornish stuff, my  autunite (or at least that's what I think it is) a greenish-yellow dusting on a granite matrix.
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#12
(15 Mar 2020, 20:45 )Culmor Wrote: in fact I was collecting in Gloucestershire a couple of weeks ago.
That's fun! Found anything interesting?

(15 Mar 2020, 20:45 )Culmor Wrote: My uraninite is just a black lump like most of the Cornish stuff
Yeah, that's what I meant 😊
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#13
Quote:That's fun! Found anything interesting?

Not particularly, plenty of Lycopsid tree trunk material about but little else.

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#14
And how/where do you store your findings? We keep ours in boxes (wrapped in toilet or kitchen paper). Not handy if you want/need to find a particular stone in the collection.
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#15
My 'good' smaller ammonites etc are in that cabinet, larger ones on shelves, the less good stuff is boxed as are my plants. I have a (very) few reptile pieces scattered around the house too.
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#16
I have a relatively small collection of trilobites.

They are of good quality though.

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They are scattered over my apartment. The one on my desk really freaks me out when I try to think about it from the viewpoint on the animal half a billion years ago. It remains are next to what? It gives you to think about time.


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#17
For some reasons I feel like the fossilized animals are dead, but the rocks are alive.

(15 Mar 2020, 23:00 )Zooy Wrote: The one on my desk really freaks me out when I try to think about it from the viewpoint on the animal half a billion years ago. . . .It gives you to think about time.
Yeah, that's what my wife usually tells me. Strangely enough, either I don't feel the time or it does not make any sense to me, or I ignore it. The time for me (especially at that scale) is just a number with lots of digits and with no physical meaning. Dunno...

And the stones (for me) are out of time. Possibly from another dimension where time does not exist.
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(15 Mar 2020, 23:18 )Like Ra Wrote: For some reasons I feel like the fossilized animals are dead, but the rocks are alive.

(15 Mar 2020, 23:00 )Zooy Wrote: The one on my desk really freaks me out when I try to think about it from the viewpoint on the animal half a billion years ago. . . .It gives you to think about time.
Yeah, that's what my wife usually tells me. Strangely enough, either I don't feel the time or it does not make any sense to me, or I ignore it. The time for me (especially at that scale) is just a number with lots of digits and with no physical meaning. Dunno...

And the stones (for me) are out of time. Possibly from another dimension where time does not exist.

To me time is the most difficult thing to understand in physics. Worse even than quantum mechanics.
And all these fossils were once living beings. A chain of them, longer than we can imagine.
500,000,000 years.....
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#19
There was an article in the Sunday paper today about a forthcoming movie,  'Ammonite' in which Kate Winslet plays Victorian palaeontologist  Mary Anning. 

The article was about the sex scenes. 

WHAT!
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#20
Echinoids, Clypeus ploti  I think. What a lovely pair!

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