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Old 18-11-2010, 01:33 AM   #11
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Laser technology right there. Diorite is such a strong igneous rock. Carving it with bronze would leave it with not even a scratch.

Just check Mohs scale of hardness.


It cant be a mould. Diorite is similar to Granite. It is formed when magma within a batholith cools over a long, long period. Millions of years for example.

Even if it was possible to create a fire hot enough to melt the material, if it was a mold when melted the minerals would not reform into diorite, but most probably andesite. The two cannot be confused with each other, they are very different rocks.

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