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fossilhunter2   07-03-2014 om 17:12

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Hi!

Please see this image. What ID?

Photo LINK

It is fossil but experts said : no fossil after I banned forever from this site
LINK

Photo LINK

This fossiel.net have a bug:
can not paste image

Thank You!

[Editted by fossilhunter2 on 07-03-2014 at 17:14 GMT +1]

 
Frederik   07-03-2014 om 17:32

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Hi, you can upload (not paste) pictures if you want to. Not being able to paste images is not a bug.

The stone you're showing is not a fossil. It seems to be a fractured rock, where the cracks happen to seem to form a pattern. I see no indication pointing to this being a fossil.

That said, I had a quick look at the conversation you had at the fossil forum. Oh dear, are you planning on having the same monologue here? It will have the same result, I'll tell you.

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Snoefie   07-03-2014 om 18:26

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just wondering; why do you think this is a fossil?

 
fossilhunter2   07-03-2014 om 00:14

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LINK

Dear admin,
I only waiting reasons, why can rock this
- holes (two line on new photo) ,
- this regular lines (on circle line)
- and very hunchbacked on two point (like urchin but no urchin)

See this please
LINK

this material all fossil here because
in sea was not lot of rock,
burow systems also fossil lot of here,
it is similar material, with regular lines

Of course I do not make new reply if You do not want,
but please explain this new photo, Thank You.

Maybe You also use thefossilforum? I remember your name

 
Frederik   07-03-2014 om 00:30

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quote:
fossilhunter2 schreef:
but please explain this


Pareidolia.


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fossilhunter2   08-03-2014 om 01:20

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Thank You!

Can I try here my other object?

maybe fossil.

or no?
this link =
LINK



[Editted by fossilhunter2 on 08-03-2014 at 01:33 GMT +1]

 
Everhardus   08-03-2014 om 01:20

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OMG the things you have to deal with..........

 
Everhardus   08-03-2014 om 01:27

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Sorry, my initial reaction was not very helpful, nor pleasant. But i have to agree with Frederik, again i do not see any fossils in the shown object....

 
fossilhunter2   08-03-2014 om 01:31

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Hi,
no problem, but how about second (different) object?

 
sjaak   08-03-2014 om 09:22

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Sorry, just rocks. Keep searching, better luck next time!

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Smaug   08-03-2014 om 10:16

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A few examples of pareidolia:

LINK

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fossilhunter2   08-03-2014 om 10:42

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Hi!
My friend in (mammal expert in Natural History Museum) said : Coelodonta tooth

[Editted by fossilhunter2 on 08-03-2014 at 10:44 GMT +1]

 
sjaak   08-03-2014 om 11:08

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quote:
fossilhunter2 schreef:
Hi!
My friend in (mammal expert in Natural History Museum) said : Coelodonta tooth

[Editted by fossilhunter2 on 08-03-2014 at 10:44 GMT +1]


No. He did not.
I think you are trolling.

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Frederik   08-03-2014 om 11:26

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Indeed.
Hammertime.

Ik heb fossilhunter2 geblokkeerd, omdat hij hier lijkt te trollen. Je valt wel meteen door de mand als je beweert dat een expert hier een Coelodonta tand in zag. Gezien het precedent op the Fossil Forum zie ik geen reden om het voordeel van de twijfel te geven. Slotje, reacties via mail indien echt nodig.



[Bewerkt door Frederik op 08-03-2014 om 11:36 NL]

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