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  1. No B/B I meant terrestrilized or aquatic macrophytes. apparently its a new word and process to you also. I ran into it by accident studying fossilization. but thanks. AzNuggetBob
  2. If its not been terrestrilized, <new word. "terrestrilized" (been here on earth to long and with weathering absorbed to many earth minerals to not have much scientific value) AzNuggetBob
  3. Lanny Its hunting season here in Az. I'm heading out on a bit of an off the grid new area. I do have at least three or four more stories about road finds that Id like to post. I learned a lot from them. will post them when I get back. ya need to get down here Lanny. this is the time of year to hunt Az. be back in a couple weeks. AzNuggetBob
  4. Take a look at this fred Without being able to see in different wavelengths we would not be able to see many things that are out there. Our naked eyes are just not capable of it.the last photo is a view about a pin hole size area of space in a sheet of paper looking at a black area of space with Hubble Space Telescope. Amazing isn't it. https://t.co/jGsmlxCy4h AzNuggetBob
  5. Nice story Lanny, just when I thought it was getting long, it just kept getting better. AzNuggetBob
  6. Morlock I'm working on a new theory that black holes are a port hole in our universe or a window to another dimensions that galaxies are either pouring into or even out of depending on what side of the dimensions or denominational thinking your on. they could even be a hole in time, gravity or dark matter. at times I see dimensions as being stacked like a deck of cards looking at it from a horizontal point of view or possibly even a series of spheres, one outside the other. My thinking on it is, if you don't consider the options,the possibility based on our known reality of the univer
  7. That's just one of the upsides. AzNuggetbob
  8. All the best for him Tom, tell him I'm praying for him. the knees are not as important as the heart. AzNuggetBob
  9. And about 80% of the time the gold is not coming from a gouged out vein in a creek but rather its eroding down a hillside. AzNuggetBob
  10. Dan I like your hunting style.I don't have time to wait for them to make it to the creek. I track them to their source. AzNuggetBob
  11. Dan the 2's are much better at smaller gold shallow with a smaller coil. because of the higher frequency and less surface area they are covering at one time. being a VLF they are more sensitive to black sands. so if the coil covers more area they are going to be more erratic in a creek or wash. but if lets say your hillside hunting it may be to your advantage for depth with a larger coil. AzNuggetBob
  12. Morelock I was watching and waiting for that photo. In the article they said said they could see a shadow? and that proved that a black hole was a solid object? I couldn't see any shadow? the photo is very blurry. I understand the physics behind a dense star. but I'm not convinced that a black hole is a solid object yet. AzNuggetBob
  13. I should say the 2's are a little more hyper running at a higher frequency. so I'm not so sure how that's going to work out? AzNuggetBob
  14. Dan I'm not sure about the gold bug 2 because I haven't run a 14" on my 2's but I found more gold with a 14 coil on my gold bug 1 than with any other coil on a VLF. deeper ones too. AzNuggetBob
  15. Lanny when you mentioned that rich bank it reminded me of this.This was about a few months after the that same placer operation shut down in my last story. I had permission to hunt all the claims and I remembered a place down in the lower end of where we were working the creek.we had done pretty well chasing a pay streak along the bank of Weaver creek. We were doing so well there and it was right up against the claim line so the placer plant owner I was working for decided he wasn't going to get into a battle with the adjoining claim owner. apparently they had already had some discussions a
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