[meteorite-list] National Geographic Re-Airing "Ancient Astroid", the origins of Libyan Desert Glass

From: Norm Lehrman <nlehrman_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2007 20:48:41 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <257915.4279.qm_at_web81003.mail.mud.yahoo.com>

Jerry & list,

I didn't see the program (nor will I since we kicked
out the TV over 30 years ago---), so I'm not
completely qualified to respond. But quite often, I
see solved mysteries kept alive and milked well beyond
their expiration date.

With the discovery of the Kebir crater in exactly the
predicted target rocks a couple of years ago, I
accepted that we had a conclusion for the long-missing
source of Libyan Desert Glass.

If this new program presents something contradicting
this, I would be glad to hear of it. Otherwise, it's
old news for most interested people, which might well
explain a lack of response to your post.


--- Gerald Flaherty <grf2 at verizon.net> wrote:

> Hi List,
> In response to Anne Black's picture of LDG in
> Michael Johnson's "Rocks From
> Space" a few days ago I posted news of a TV program
> concerned with one
> theory of the origins of Libyan Desert Glass.
> I didn't get much of a response from the List. I'm
> not sure why unless this
> subject is not of interest to anyone or everyone is
> comfortable with their
> personal understanding of the origins of LDG.
> Yet if anyone is so inclined, that show, "Ancient
> Astroid", will be aired
> again on Tuesday April 3, at 12:00 noon Eastern
> Daylight Time on "The
> National Geographic Channel". And Oh, you're welcome
> in advance to anyone to
> whom this notice might apply.
> Have a good evening.
> Jerry Flaherty
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Received on Sun 01 Apr 2007 11:48:41 PM PDT

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