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Houston, we have a problem

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by TinMan88, Oct 3, 2012.

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  1. TinMan88

    TinMan88 TS Member

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    For any of you following the economics side, here's a photo of what is being found recently...
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    Question is, who is behind it and how much is out there.
     
  2. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    You are plain silly if you think this is a new thing. Folks have been selling fake Gold in one form or another since the Gold Rush began. New take on an old trick.
     
  3. Bernie K

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    If you were to take all the gold ever mined and put it in one place you would just about fill 2 Olimpic size pools. Now folks that's really not a lot . That's why it's so high priced.
     
  4. GW22

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    Just two Olympic size swimming pools? Really?


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  5. TinMan88

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    When it is being sold at N.Y. trading houses it should not be fake. If your treasury is full of it you might take notice.
     
  6. John Galt

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    Dorothy, we have a problem.....
     
  7. RWT

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    According to google search, all the gold ever mined would fill between 2-3 olympc size pools. just doesn't seem possible, but it must be so it is on the net.
     
  8. RWT

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    Rick,

    that's what I found also. Anywhere from a 58 foot cube to a 100 foot cube. I had never thought of it that way.
     
  9. elinvar

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    You must remember that is 24K gold- since most is 10-14K the cube would be 2-3 times larger

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