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    Eventually, however, Philby's frustration gave way to hope; there was still a lot of Arabia to explore and there was still Wabar, with its potential ruins and maybe even buried treasures. So, on a chilly January morning inonly days after King 'Abd al-'Aziz Al Sa'ud gave the go-ahead, Philby and 15 seasoned Arab Wabar craters finally plunged into "an Wabar craters of sand," as he later wrote. It was a large expedition: This was enough to sustain the expedition for 75 days - yet even so, unbearable heat and lack of water forced half the party to turn back; for drinking water the team had to rely entirely on scattered wells, dug by the few Bedouin tribes which ventured into the sands.

    Cheered and chided by Philby, however, the remainder pushed on. During one stretch of the march, the animals went two days without food, and 10 days almost without water. Wisely, the Bedouins prevented the suffering beasts from drinking, instead pouring the precious water down their nostrils to "cool their brains" - a practice known as "snuffing. For Philby, the first sight of Wabar was almost as disappointing as the news of Thomas' crossing: Surprised and deeply disappointed, he wrote in his diary: Rationalizing that the two great sand-filled craters, encircled by a rim, did bear an absurd resemblance to the tumbled remnants of man-made castles, he described a structure "whose black walls stood up gauntly above the encroaching sand like battlements and bastions of some great castles.

    His Bedouins were also to be disappointed. They stuffed their saddlebags with "little jet-black shining pellets" that they thought were pearls - only to learn that they were worthless globules of crystallized glass. Philby tried to tell them. These mouths are even as the mouths of the Harra thrust up by the inner fire from the belly of the earth.

    They are his craterd for sure, and see how the bricks have been burned with fire, as they relate! What Philby Wabar craters his companions had discovered was the site of a rare cosmic accident that geologists and space scientists now call "astroblemes" - craters that result from the cratdrs collision of a stray meteor fragment with the earth. Nor can Philby be faulted crtaers not knowing; inonly six other impact craters were known in the entire world. Even today, crzters total count crzters only 10, all found in the world's remote deserts because that is where they show up best.

    The most recent one, discovered by satellite photography and named Tabun Khara Obo, is in lower Mongolia. Scientists today count two, possibly three astroblemes at al-Hadida. The largest measures about 91 meters feet in diameter, just what Philby measured, and its sides slope down some 12 meters 40 feetalthough, before sand began filling the basin, it may have been twice or three times as deep. A meteor from space entered the earth's atmosphere - possibly tens of millions of years ago - and broke up shortly before impact, its fragments exploding in the sand within a half kilometer quarter mile of each other.

    The impact blasted molten sand into the air, where it cooled, drizzling down as the glassy pellets the Bedouins thought were pearls. After his journey, Philby sent the rabbit-size fragment to Dr. Spencer of the British Museum for analysis. The fragment was found to be an alloy of iron and nickel, two common constituents of meteorites.

    Spencer explained, "was suddenly transformed into heat, vaporizing a large part Nude smile the meteorite and some of the earth's crust, so producing a violent gaseous explosion, which formed the crater and back fired the remnants of the meteorite. Such an explosion crater will be circular in outline what ever the angle of approach of the projectile. The materials collected at the Wabar crater afford the clearest evidence that very high temperatures prevailed: The meteoritic iron was also in large part vaporized, afterwards condensing as a fine drizzle " As it turned out, Bedouin tradition had the last word.

    Abercrombie drove "more than kilometers miles with hardly a landmark" to the craters of al-Hadida, inspected the site again Fucked my stepdaughter on slutload found Philby's iron. As Abercrombie put it in an article entitled "Beyond the Sands of Mecca" Wabar craters the January National Geographic, "rumor has become a reality; the biggest iron meteorite ever found in Arabia lay at our feet A little quick geometry puts its weight at almost two and a half tons " It was a description that would have amused Ali Jahman, for he never wavered in his belief that the Koranic text was correct: Zayn Bilkadi, a Tunisian raised in Lebanon, is a research scientist with 3M.

    The Wabar Crater is becoming a tourist attraction but is also attracting the attention of graffiti writers and depositors of garbage. As part of the process of making this tectonic treasure much more accessible and open to all to wonder at, paved roads now lead to the very edge of the rim, affording a stunning view into the now dry lake bed meters below. The crater stretches over 2 km from rim to rim, far bigger than the meteor impact site that is a major tourist attraction in Arizona. On the night of a full moon, the pure white salt of the lake bed glows as if lit from within, throwing a crepuscular glow onto the stark cliffs around.

    A few meters from the rim, lies a field of black lava, textured with bas-relief ripples and swirls as if still liquid. Moonlight glistens on the semi-polished surface of the flows, silvering the furrows and smooth curves. Small caves, the result of huge burst bubbles of superheated steam, lie open, roofs partly collapsed allowing rare views inside the lava mass. Smaller caves and fissures are home to foxes and small mammals, their tracks in the windblown sand betraying their occupancy. The total silence is broken only by the gentle rustle of a blue plastic carrier bag as it tumbles in the night breeze, or the staccato clatter of an aluminum can rolled over the cliff by a playful zephyr.

    The national tourist drive which provided the roads, has also spawned a rash of startlingly ugly white rectangular sheds, placed there as protection from the sun and for families to relax in and enjoy the scene. Large white-painted surfaces also attract the semi-literate with their spraycans. All of the white surfaces — and even the blue road signs indicating the route to the crater — now display the scrawl of the graffiti writers.


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