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New Gold ( Pyrite ) Rush Find In South Africa

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Upon looking up the new meteor impact that just happened yesterday in South Africa, I came across this article. I guess its confirmed Pyrite, and not gold....

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kind of sad.  It is interesting how quickly we learn about gold once we find our first piece.  If I hadn't gotten the fever, I probably wouldn't know what to look for either.  Heck... I'm thinking of going back to make sure all that gold I am hoarding away isn't pyrite....  LOL

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They should be spending their time looking for the meteorite.  GaryC/Oregon Coast

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On 6/4/2018 at 10:52 PM, GaryC/Oregon Coast said:

They should be spending their time looking for the meteorite.  GaryC/Oregon Coast

I hear ya Gary.... another meteorite just fell in China, and they are recovering it right now... locals are thinking they are worth a lot, some charging $5,000 a gram.... Crazy 😣

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