Why I put them there
The first newsgroup I went to seek advice and help in 2002... not a member of now was Techarch a Texas Tech Archaeological forum if I recall correctly. It was there someone gave me Joe Watkins email address. In turn I keep in touch with Joe. And that is how I meet Richard and Mark and others from TASC Inc. through Joe's invitaton to Vanderbelt University. I had not gotten a responce from UGA at all, they to seemed to have political issues so I must have been branded an ignorant crypto-citizen jouralist if anything. Mark Hall was there and probably assisted and pursuaded the moderator to email all of most of posts except the poll that was more than likely deleted. It never crossed my mind to ask Mark, but I didn't seem to fuffle everyones feathers.
I was reading something the other day from Ancient waterways that had to do with Vultures and oval shapes that cought my attention. I believe it was in Hensen's book.
The basalt artifact I dubbed GNAT for either Georgia Native American Tool or Georgia North American tool but that was when I assumed it was a part of a hand pulled stone plow not a hammerstone. The photos are from a 2002 cheep digital camera and not that clear but in one image the oval is visible, other than the corner being chiped off the oval is semetrical perfect with a sliver from the edge laying within it. I have assumed that the object was a serpent as well as a bird namely a falcon, but a Buzzard seems more obvious in appearance. I am almost certian that both the basalt artifacts were made around Fort Hawkins in East Macon Georgia. The other bleched basalt artifact found in Miami Fla. at a raised platform was also suggest geologhical as one of the suggested origins according to the BBC documentation on the Miami Circle.