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Another 60kg specimen is estimated to contain 1,600 ounces, or about .6 million in gold.
Senior geologist Zaf Thanos said in most mines around the world it is only possible to see gold through a magnifying glass."You might go your whole life and you'll never see anything like it.
There are also tales that workers in those days would bury bags of gold rocks in the event the commodity came back stronger.
RNC president Mark Selby said collectors in north America and around the world are known to pay up to a 50 per cent premium on the gold metal value for rare specimens.
The largest specimen weighs in at 90 kilograms and took three men to lift it onto the back of a ute.
The quartz rock is covered in an estimated 2,300 ounces of gold worth about .8 million at today's gold price.
Not all signs on this list are equally alerting and not all of them necessarily mean scam, but if he/she generally fits the pattern, it is most likely a scam! - Their profile picture looks professionally done and can be found on a modeling website - They are middle-aged high rank US military - Their height/weight is not proportional -e.g.
6' and 95 lbs - They claim to be older/younger than the photo looks - They claim to have blonde hair and blues eyes when the picture is dark hair and brown eyes or vice versa - They have a wedding ring on the photo yet they claim to be single - They claim to be Native American or some other ethnicity when the photo is Caucasian - Their specified age range seems to have no limit-e.g.
Also, I have been informed that only a geologist with a Ph.
I simply am unable to discern the reason for these conflicting views. Is it because of a deep-seated prejudice against a particular position?
As a biologist, I find myself unable to follow the technical critiques that go back and forth and so I am unable to truly answer the above questions for myself.
D can tell the age of rocks and no one else in any other field; is this true? There are many conflicting messages on this topic from people who ought to know what they are talking about.
This is one of the reasons why I am undecided about the age question. Is it because of incomplete knowledge of the facts?
Workers at the Beta Hunt mine near the small town of Kambalda, 630 kilometres east of Perth, have brought more than $15 million worth of gold specimens to the surface in just four days.