A Weird Rock from Out of This World (10 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       26 Aug 2013       9824       6



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Fenrisulven 6 year s ago
The heat could be decay heat from the decay of a radioactive material. Not sure what this is though. If this is from Russia, then I'm not surprised. Used fuel rods from nuclear reactors have been found lying around in the nature near power plants and submarine stations.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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Mr. Ree 6 year s ago
Those aren't rocks - they're goat testicles.


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frosch 6 year s ago
you crack me up every day with your comments.
once you reach puberty I sure they get better and better.
       
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Mr. Ree 6 year s ago
Yea, but once I reach puberty, you won't be interested in me anymore, right?

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LOLMASTER5000 6 year s ago
Yeah, if it's from space, there is a good chance it is radioactive
       
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linux.unixowicz 6 year s ago
This is fake, I mean it's not a rock but a piece of Iodine. And I bet that all the burns (which are stains in reality) will disappear within few hours. And to make all things clear - Iodine sublimates with red - violet fume.
I'm not sure if it's the problem of educational system, or people are more stupid nowadays but I was able to identify this "mystery" at first glance.
       
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