02 luglio 2013
Roccia lavica o Meteorite marina
Rocks found on the shore of the beach in the central Adriatic sea, if they can find in their thousands. The question remains, pending further investigation. It could be some kind of lava rock from the volcano, the closer the area of the meeting could be the Mount Conero which for its unusual shape might screw handle of an ancient volcano. Another reason for this theory is that this type of rock, as well as if they can find really many along the beach, are very similar to each other and by the way in which they have been worn out from the sea seems to have the same time, a bit as if they were the product of one or more powerful volcanic explosions close in time. The second theory is that once the meteorite entered our atmosphere and exploded, the material falls into the still very hot water and cooled in a few moments would have formed these holes. Visibly red on the source material ferrous, but not on all the pieces that have been found.
Sulle meteoriti, sulla materia... http://microfotografare.blogspot.it/2013/01/meteoriti.html