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  1. You hear rumors of people finding nuggets here in Wyoming but seldom do you actually get to see them.....nice to see some!
  2. Thanks for posting this, it probably saved somebodys bacon. I appreciate the fact that this type of service to others(newbies-in my case) is done by forum members just to help others out. Thank you.
  3. I hope he can keep his wits about him after he sees that shiny stuff. lol. Best of luck and happy holidays to you all as well.
  4. Me too.i hadnt thought of quartz. veins being like rivers until you said that, makes perfect sense. thanks again for taking the time.
  5. Sorry to hear of your malfunctioning equipment, it really does suck, losing all that potential time because machine is down(my fors gold). Good fortune to those persons that help people in that situation out. Just a few years ago my nephew started his journey in geology, now he is doing very well for himself working for energy company in tx. I think thats really cool being able to take class along side your dad, lost mine in 96, never did fully appreciate that together-time until it was gone, make em good times and youll have nothinhg to regret. Nice little batch o coins. good luck and merry christmas to you as well.
  6. That is sweet. i got excited justpicturing it. can we anticipate a comparison or review when things slow down a bit? I m curious about your experiences with the plus. happy holidays and good luck.
  7. Hello and welcome Nenad Lonic. I too look forward to more posts, i choose this website a my main spot back in april. the info is great, the people tend to more civil and respectful here than other sights i checked out, imo. btw-i like your name, never met another person yet with it, and i like unique. Good to have you here and good luck out there. therell
  8. Appreciate the post Root, dont get very many on the subject. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Great story and a great philosophy. An insipiration and example to us all. Thanks for posting. the gold is nice too.
  10. BTW-that doubler sounds cool, have you got the chance to test one Steve?
  11. Seems most of the science for something like this has already been done, at least the articles i found seem to me to indicate so. And after having read a little it might be able to be done without aid of siesmic sensors. Another case of "should have googled it first". Thank you to those who posted. Scott-hope that i didnt sound fececious with those comments, heard a vague referance about those rods and a silk shirt and hair standing on its end. Also think that the rod with hemp/silk/other organic sheet-type material wrapped with the gold wire(ends having tails bent to 90° of the rod) may be fun to try. (The smart people comment was meant to compell those persons who know to post up. no disrespect intended. Happy holidays and best wishes.
  12. No big deal Tom, the topic doesnt appear to be that interesting anyway.
  13. "Another update" i must admit i hadnt done a startpage(or google) search on gold concentrates and gamma rays until a few minutes ago. I should have done that before i ever posted. Sorry for the rediculous parts of the post. Thank you to those who posted.
  14. Tom, if you were looking at my sketch it isnt the gratest. the solid lines on upper drawing represent the coil windings with arrows indicating current flow direction. the inset/lower drawing is an exagerated depiction of theorized em field of the center halves of the coil. Hope that helps.
  15. Good to hear Chuck, i didnt anticipate you would have to wait long, as my experience with customer service was top notch too. Good luck to you.
  16. Tom, im not sure i grasp your meaning. when two conductors have current flowing the same direction and are placed close together they form figure eight of sort as thier em field. when that current is flowing in opposite directions the em field balloons in the middle making it look more like a diamond. i theorize that this ballon effect may add to the depth the em field is capable of reaching. if youre refering to the chart it represents a materials ability to tranfer voltages efficiently.
  17. "Update" i did find little info on "clute" machine but it raised more questions than answers. reference 1- an SEC internal document refernces it. 2- patent #5226603. 3-patent#3255793 im not sure if this is the actual machine or the forerunner to it, but it is interesting.
  18. My idea is to find conductor that makes the biggest em field by least weight and current, then to wind each half of coil in opposing directions creating an elongat sed em field to hopefully aid in penetration. i suspect that the spiral wound coil does same thing(creates bigger field ) but someone beat me to that idea.
  19. I apologize if these are ignorant questions, been a while since i worked electrical principals and theory. i know the type of material in a coils core helps to determine its em field(as well as #turns, length to width ratio and amount of current) i just dont know the characteristics of each material as far as field strength.
  20. So is it the numberof electrons or the electrons distance from the proton that is the conduction variable?
  21. Handy info. it would stand to reason that a gold wire coils shouldnt perform as well, im just wondering how it might/does. is electromagnetic field strength based entirely on conductivity or are more than one factor(s) involved?
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