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Why Lunar meteorites could not have been used to fake Apollo rocks.

Posted 31 Jul 2013 at 15:26 PM by Futtock

[B]Lunar meteorites[/B]
1. Have fusion crusts from entry through atmosphere.
2. Contamination from atmosphere causing nitrates and oxides.
3. Water contamination.
4. [B]Nowhere near[/B] the total ever found is close to the 842lbs of Apollo.
5. There is a thin stronger layer of Helium 3 found on the edges of Apollo samples caused by the shallow penetrating solar wind. Such a layer is blasted off by entry through the atmosphere.
6. There are no micro meteorite craters known as zap pits on any meteorite, also blasted off by entry through atmosphere.
7. The solar isotopes of meteorites are radically different to in situ Apollo samples caused by a number of things, but mainly decaying during the time on Earth.
8. Elements [B]very common[/B] in Earth rocks are absent or in very small amounts: quartz, calcite, magnetite, micas, amphiboles, and sulfide minerals.


That completely dismisses lunar meteorites.
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