RE: Joshua Tree location

From: Dale Ireland (
Date: Wed Feb 05 2003 - 18:33:58 EST

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    Yes hard to find. I bet pieces will be turning up in a hundred years. I hope
    not to open another can of worms here but I think that in few years or some
    other time to be determined that possession of debris should be
    decriminalized, for two reasons, 1: it will no longer have relevance to the
    investigation or be toxic, and 2: people are squirreling it away anyway so
    some pieces with relevance may surface when possession is decriminalized. Of
    course a lot of fakes will appear but that's another subject.
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: Steven Rogers []
    > Subject: Re: Joshua Tree location
    > On Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at 03:53 PM, Dale Ireland wrote:
    > > Hi
    > > It will be interesting to see just how far off track debris really is
    > > found.
    > Yes, and how much of it can be found. I fly rockets for a hobby, and it
    > is amazing how difficult it can be to find a fairly large object in an
    > open field.
    > SR
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