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Sorry Steve, after your brilliant reaction to a similar post I just couldn't resist.. I fully agree with what you told the other punter.. 

This unusual specimen was once part of an ancient rock formation.. Any ideas what it could be? I'm guessing a meteorite.. 😬 

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I believe that if you look really close you will see that it is the "mother ship" that had to park with some of the others in space dock for repairs.

 

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It's part of a Window Demolition kit. I believe it's in the 1900 Sears catalog.

Your photo isn't blurry enough.

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1 hour ago, oldmancoyote1 said:

Fire brick

not a meteorite? 😬

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1 hour ago, Erik Oostra said:

not a meteorite? 

I stick to my first comment, and no it's not a meteorite!

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That's what I found in my shorts last season when I found a 3.55ozt nuggie.......

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Scientifically what you have found is called "urbanite". It's a rare instance where geology and archaelogy blur together. 

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This may or may not be sarcasm.

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