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Showing content with the highest reputation on 04/22/2021 in Posts

  1. This is an artifact that came off a statue. I was being very, very diplomatic for even suggesting otherwise. I can't think of any process whether it's mummification, petrification or fossilization that would produce anything close to what resembles the hand in the photo.
    3 points
  2. Rio’s discovery of lithium at Boron was a fluke. The miner was actually testing Boron’s tailings to see whether the presence of gold was significant and found instead traces of lithium at a concentration higher than domestic projects under development. “We were looking for gold… but we found something better than gold: battery-grade lithium – and the potential to produce a lot of it,” Alex Macdonald, senior engineer at the plant
    2 points
  3. A cargo net and a snatch block, with a hand crank winch works very well, Grubstake
    1 point
  4. It’s a right hand??? Probably from a thief right???? Looks like a clean cut, so at least the sword was sharp....
    1 point
  5. This would be the late time of year for any chance of water, not much snow pack anywhere so I wouldn't have high hopes. We usually muck around Turkey and Black Canyon Creek because the spring run off makes for some nice water for a few weeks in late March early April.
    1 point
  6. We're members of RoadRunner. She just started going out with me over the past month. She bought herself a GM1000, but figured out she HATES metal detecting, the shear amount of bullets and trash on RoadRunner claims has crushed her spirits metal detecting. About 12-13 years ago I took her out to one of Woody Wampler's gigs and she loved the whole panning thing, so, I switched gears with her and decided to take her out panning. We've been panning Lynx Creek every weekend for over a month now. She loves to crevice bedrock, doesn't mind shoveling and filling buckets. She's still getting th
    1 point
  7. Thank you so much I would like to assure you that this hand is fossilized and it is not part of a statue, would an x-ray help?
    1 point
  8. Very little water in Big bug, haven't been to Wolf recently. Lynx might have better water. Later...Jim P.
    1 point
  9. My panning tubs are cement mixing tubs from Home Depot. I transport water in 5 gallon buckets. If you guys have a drywasher, that's one way to pan the cons out.
    1 point
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