Apr 14, 2012, 05:44 AM
One third jewelry of the World are under sand so far
Silver= 821 pieces
Apr 14, 2012 05:44 AM
Jun 13, 2012, 01:21 PM
This topic has turned into a real pissing contest! Food for thought......has anyone checked on the sunspot activity or coronal mass ejections, days previous to the photographing of the aura or whatever you want to call them? Since it takes a couple of days for the energy to bathe the earth. Since what I've been reading that you line up N-S or S-N to take the pics, might the agitation of the earths magnetic field i.e. nothern lights is a result of the massive amount of radiation from ole mr. sun, have any possible effect?
Jun 23, 2013, 10:20 AM
Material Thermal conductivity
(cal/sec)/(cm2 C/cm) Thermal conductivity
Diamond ... 1000
Silver 1.01 406.0
Copper 0.99 385.0
Gold ... 314
Brass ... 109.0
Aluminum 0.50 205.0
Iron 0.163 79.5
Steel ... 50.2
Lead 0.083 34.7
Mercury ... 8.3
Ice 0.005 1.6
Glass,ordinary 0.0025 0.8
Concrete 0.002 0.8
Water at 20° C 0.0014 0.6
Asbestos 0.0004 0.08
Snow (dry) 0.00026 ...
Fiberglass 0.00015 0.04
Brick,insulating ... 0.15
Brick, red ... 0.6
Cork board 0.00011 0.04
Wool felt 0.0001 0.04
Rock wool ... 0.04
Polystyrene (styrofoam) ... 0.033
Polyurethane ... 0.02
Wood 0.0001 0.12-0.04
Air at 0° C 0.000057 0.024
Helium (20°C) ... 0.138
Hydrogen(20°C) ... 0.172
Nitrogen(20°C) ... 0.0234
Oxygen(20°C) ... 0.0238
Silica aerogel ... 0.003
*Most from Young, Hugh D., University Physics, 7th Ed. Table 15-5. Values for diamond and silica aerogel from CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.
Note that 1 (cal/sec)/(cm2 C/cm) = 419 W/m K. With this in mind, the two columns above are not always consistent. All values are from published tables, but can't be taken as authoritative.
The value of 0.02 W/mK for polyurethane can be taken as a nominal figure which establishes polyurethane foam as one of the best insulators. NIST published a numerical approximation routine for calculating the thermal conductivity of polyurethane at http://cryogenics.nist.gov/NewFiles/Polyurethane.html . Their calculation for freon filled polyurethane of density 1.99 lb/ft3 at 20°C gives a thermal conductivity of 0.022 W/mK. The calculation for CO2 filled polyurethane of density 2.00 lb/ft3 gives 0.035 W/mK .
Jul 07, 2013, 08:29 PM
I had a guy come to me and said he found gold on my property and he was using some sort of satellite imaging,,,,he said it was 27 ft deep,,,I found that hard to swallow ,,,however I did hire a back hole and it dug down 19 ft and nothing,,,that is as far as it went,,,,I am just curious has anyone found gold this way? If so I am going to dig down some more,,,may have to build a pond LOL
Jul 08, 2013, 08:09 PM
Lol, well I've used google earth and lidar to find where deposits should be for example if most veins run NW where they intersect with rivers and earthquake faults are good places depends also on what kind of gold your seeking placer or sulphide locked, I'm guessing the guy thinks placer gold is on your property not a nugget or hardrock mine. Have you tried panning the dirt the backhoe brought up lol?
Originally Posted by katyiverson
When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don't adjust the goals, adjust the action steps. Confucius
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Jul 09, 2013, 11:03 AM
maybe if you find the satellite infrared feature.
Originally Posted by katyiverson
hard to say if other satellites.
infrared image has to be given to you
I need to have a lot of mass at one sought to withdraw its very depths.
3-5 coins as soon as a satellite or something.
Although chest full of pirate if you think it is already full.
1 ton of gold pulls.
Jul 09, 2013, 11:05 AM
link, at the bottom.
satellite capability and depth, he says.
but the point is the fact that the infrared feature.
Thermographic Infrared Multispectral Scanner (TIMS)
Originally designed for geological research, TIMS picks up visible, infrared, microwave, and thermal data in a single shot and allows archeologists to examine potential sites in spectral bands best suited to their particular needs. TIMS units mounted onto satellites and aircraft and can detect and image patterns of disturbed soil at high resolution up to 30 feet below ground. This remote-sensing tool is particularly useful for showing buried geologic features, such as ancient river beds, along which people may have settled.
NOVA | Lost Roman Treasure | Remote Excavation | PBS
Jul 09, 2013, 11:18 AM
Thank you for the information
Originally Posted by thermal
Jul 10, 2013, 03:42 PM
Jul 11, 2013, 01:17 AM
Apparently you've never had jello prepared in a Marine Corps. chowhall
I know it's here, just need a bigger coil!
Jul 14, 2013, 12:31 PM
What would it take to revive this thread?---nailing jello to the wall doesn't sound that difficult to me. I've got a sony dsc v1 with lots of different filters and am going to give it a run. The silver's in the ground as of today.
Jul 14, 2013, 01:24 PM
hey im visting a high school bud that lives in jamestown next mo. he has a 5 arce ranch and has ben asking me to come vist him .... where is some close by places to hunt ? i will be digging holes on his place but i dont want to go over board .
Originally Posted by Stanislaus Gold
Sep 04, 2013, 01:21 AM
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This is interesting thread actually i just want to say you that every professional photographer have it's own way of photo making some of photographers are making wedding photos shoot some of fashion and other natural views i am also a professional photographer and my way of photographing is wedding photography because this is good to become more popular and also good business of photography but some difficult also to take the photos...
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Oct 13, 2013, 07:34 PM
okiedowser I do not blame you for not posting who needs the abuse I'm a treasure hunter in South America and I use photos to find treasure .. Will I explain how i do it no and you can thank the armchair experts for that
Why would anyone want to suffer the skepticism thats expressed here of things they hold dear to them.
I see it as the the status Quo always polices itself . and makes life miserable for the free thinkers and real doers in life.
Originally Posted by okiedowser
Oct 13, 2013, 07:40 PM
yes it did I'm very interested in the subject and know from personal use it works But just became a waste of time trying to pick out a few gems from all the NAY sayers . My Question is if you don't believe it start another thread and just go on and on how it cannot be with other mindsets like your own why do you have to make it so painful for those of us that would actually like to have a conversation about this without listening to a million comments of why it cannot be.
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