| Why this rock is probably not a meteorite:
1) No fusion crust.
2) Looks metallic, but it's not dense (heavy) enough for an iron meteorite.
3) If it looks metallic, but it's not magnetic,
it's not a meteorite
|What is it?
The finder found it along a road. Our analysis showed it to
be metallic silicon, which does not occur in nature. This is
an industrial product. We don't know how it got in the road.
We also examined another piece of silicon metal that the finder insisted
had split his tree in two. Maybe it did, but it didn't come from outer