Marscloseup,,,,yesterday I was working at attempting to remove the aluminum from a petroleum based roof paint..(leaching it out with gasoline)..I need aluminum in this fine form for refractory work.Anyway I had a shallow bowl of the original gooey-flat-surface,paint,sitting in front of a blower type fan.This forced air (blower exhaust)came from the Wife's,,,old Jen-Air stove.(New stove coming soon)
I was surprised to notice,yesterday evening,
when I turned Off the lite and fan in my shop,,,the totally flat gooey aluminum+tar,
paint,,,was covered with miniature Dunes.
Santa Maria is almost a True crater,ie:It
sits above surrounding terrain,with true edges surrounding the crater,,,
Could the very odd shaped sand dunes, on the bottom of this crater,have come into existence the same way thick paint on the bottom of a shallow bowl,,with a strong,wind blowing across the to of it form,miniature dune peaks? I think ?possible?
Good to hear from you,,,its been a while.
Joe in Texas
"Don't Force it,Get a Bigger Hammer",old oil