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    Need input from members especially geologists

    Call me crazy, but I've noticed that 90% of gold in quartz specimens have a, for lack of better words, rounded or clustered symmetrical pattern. Indicating super heated waters have passed thru the quartz, thus making irregular shapes of the quartz. Not just a solid chunk of quartz. I found two quartz veins within 5 feet of each other. 1 is a diamond shape cluster with some cubic formations. The other is like a rough translucent surface that the rounded rough ends catch the sunlight and create a sparkle appearance. I think both quartz veins need to be explored via chipping hammer or hammer & chisel. I was hoping for everybodys input. Am I on the right track?' Or is it just the fever!!!
    I told my friend Bill to investigate it since he lives in the area, but I don't wont him to spin his wheels on perhaps one of my lame brained hypothesis. That's why I'm calling in the big dogs!!!
    U GUYS!!!

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    Really!!!! No input, & several views!!!

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    There's a lot of Quartz in this world that is completely barren of gold. Has gold been found in the area or downstream of there before?

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    Your crazy!

    What, not like you didn't ask for it

    ratled

    This theory might be in line with your question



    Start about the 3:30 mark
    Last edited by ratled; May 02, 2015 at 11:13 AM.
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