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Mars Rock, Named "Jake Matijevic" Most Unique on Mars

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  • Chuck
    http://gscim.com/Science_News/11-12/Mars_rock_Jake_Matijevic.html What makes Jake Matijevic unique is the fact that its concentrations of elements such as
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      What makes Jake Matijevic unique is the fact that its concentrations of
      elements such as sodium, aluminum and potassium, higher and its
      concentrations of magnesium, iron and nickel lower, than other rocks studied
      on Mars. The standard model for how such a rock was formed by slow cooling
      such that minerals separate based on melting temperature. However this rock
      was crashed here after being ejected from a volcano meaning that it had to
      have cooled and solidified in flight which had to have happened in just a
      few minutes. The reason why this rock had to have be ejected from an
      erupting volcano was that it is broken off on one side and fractured at the
      bottom. showing that it hit the ground and hard. The nearest volcano is
      Albor Tholus being just 11°W and 20°N of Gale Crater and probably on the
      outer edge of where it could eject a rock this size.



      This leave two possible way that is could have formed both of which are
      consistent with the Catastrophic Model of Martian Geology and a relatively
      short time span. One is that the rock bellow Albor Tholus was a ready
      differentiated and thus it composition has nothing to do with its cooking.
      The other possibility is that it was rotating as it shot through the air at
      a fast enough rate that a lot of unsolidified minerals were ejected as it
      flew. The most likely case is that it is a combination of both at work.









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    • Chuck
      A third possible and even likely origin has come to light and that is Jake Matijevic was part of Albor Tholus and was blown from it in an eruption with out
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 4, 2012
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        A third possible and even likely origin has come to light and that is Jake
        Matijevic was part of Albor Tholus and was blown from it in an eruption with
        out becoming molten. Under this scenario the rock that made up that part of
        Albor Tholus would have already been differentiated and thus cooling time
        would not be a factor.







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        http://gscim.com/Science_News/11-12/Mars_rock_Jake_Matijevic.html

        What makes Jake Matijevic unique is the fact that its concentrations of
        elements such as sodium, aluminum and potassium, higher and its
        concentrations of magnesium, iron and nickel lower, than other rocks studied
        on Mars. The standard model for how such a rock was formed by slow cooling
        such that minerals separate based on melting temperature. However this rock
        was crashed here after being ejected from a volcano meaning that it had to
        have cooled and solidified in flight which had to have happened in just a
        few minutes. The reason why this rock had to have be ejected from an
        erupting volcano was that it is broken off on one side and fractured at the
        bottom. showing that it hit the ground and hard. The nearest volcano is
        Albor Tholus being just 11°W and 20°N of Gale Crater and probably on the
        outer edge of where it could eject a rock this size.

        This leave two possible way that is could have formed both of which are
        consistent with the Catastrophic Model of Martian Geology and a relatively
        short time span. One is that the rock bellow Albor Tholus was a ready
        differentiated and thus it composition has nothing to do with its cooking.
        The other possibility is that it was rotating as it shot through the air at
        a fast enough rate that a lot of unsolidified minerals were ejected as it
        flew. The most likely case is that it is a combination of both at work.

        ------ Charles Creager Jr.

        Genesis Science Mission <http://gscim.com/>

        Online Store <http://store.gscim.com/>

        Genesis Mission <http://genesismission.4t.com/>

        Creation Science <http://creationsciencetalk.blogspot.com/> Talk

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