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    Ringstone of Richarkarie

    Just a few hundred meters beyond Gairnshiel lodge near Ballater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tolsen View Post
    Just a few hundred meters beyond Gairnshiel lodge near Ballater.

    Is this some form of care in the community ?
    You're so money supermarket and you don't even know it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinaldo_is_spam View Post
    Is this some form of care in the community ?
    Nah, it's another "how not to" lesson from Tolsen. In this case "how not to use a hammer".

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    I brought 3 hammers all different weights. Not surprisingly, my professional Lidl claw hammer with glass-reinforced plastic shaft produced the best ring.
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    Half a job as usual.

    Where are the time V amplitude graphs that prove your statement?
    What about the FFT graphs showing frequency content?

    Once you get to our level of irrelevance data is king.
    Last edited by Mjolinor; 12-11-2017 at 11:23 AM.

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    That place looked so miserable and wind swept, that your taking it out on the rocks

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    I wonder what makes this particular stone ring like a bell. There are lots of similar but rather dull stones nearby and none of them have any ring. This ring stone is not hollow. I confirmed that with a UT probe. It must be something to do with the way it is supported and its density.
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    I reckon it is composite stone and there are layers of crystalline structure in it, sort of slate in something softer.

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    This ring stone is very hard and dense. Looks like granite.
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    The musical stone pillars in India's Hindu temple.....

    https://tamilandvedas.com/2013/05/12...hindu-temples/

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