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Dakota Slim

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  1. The home state of the historic gold rush hosts two miners poised to impact investors. Castle Mountain mine in San Bernardino has restarted gold production after 15 years of inactivity. Idaho-Maryland Gold Mine may restart gold production at 100,000 oz after war shattered operations in 1942. Nevada County location holds sub surface mining as an "allowed use". https://seekingalpha.com/article/4444010-california-gold-mines-restarting-investors-take-note
  2. I have to hang around bob but you should definitely go for it.
  3. With all that water, one would think there is a variety of life on this planet. Obviously, there are minerals. It's only 50 light years away. How long do you suppose it will take for someone on Earth to plan a manned trip there to explore Nu 2 Lupi di? What will the space vehicle look like? How will it be powered? How long will the trip take? Now that space travel seems to be the in thing, there should be plenty of volunteers for the journey.
  4. Excusez-moi? I started a thread about a stunning new planet discovery and you start talking about some imaginary ceiling and want to dwell on it. You sir are the troll.
  5. A ceiling? That's pretty funny Bob. This photo should put things into the proper perspective for you. Like the caption says, the red dot is our Milky Way which includes 200 to 400 B as in billion stars, one of which is our sun...
  6. You are 100% correct Bill. Activists, activist lawyers and activist judges can't resist pushing the envelope to curtail the freedoms the founding fathers intended for us. Some of this legal action is necessary but all too often the people get blindsided and the unaffected and uninterested masses don't have a clue. Somewhere along the line a loophole was opened and activist attorneys obtained a new revenue stream which they are milking it for all it's worth.
  7. I don't know all the facts in this case but it appears Poe was railroaded. Using a suction dredge to pull sediment from the bottom of a body of water and returning it to that same body of water while using riffles to remove the heavy material does not IMHO amount to the "addition" of material. Using this case as a precedent is an injustice. Rather, I think the writers of the clean water act intended to do exactly what they wrote -- to prevent people from "adding" material (and particularly hazardous material) to waterways.
  8. Quote "the term "discharge" of material defined as the addition of such materials to the waters of the U.S."
  9. Google’s ‘time crystals’ could be the greatest scientific achievement of our lifetimes Imagine taking a trip to Mars or the edge of our solar system, and being back home on Earth in time to catch the evening news... https://thenextweb.com/news/google-may-have-achieved-breakthrough-time-crystals
  10. 89 year old Ron Chester was stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and was asked where he was going at that time of night.Ron replied, "I'm on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and staying out late."The officer asked, "Really? Who's giving that lecture at this time of night?"Ron replied, "That would be my wife.
  11. Not at all Bob. If the planet of origin is unknown it would be ridiculous to rule it out.
  12. But, according to some of our "experts", it would be impossible for life to be on it.
  13. Scientists have accidentally discovered details about a "very exciting" planet orbiting a nearby star system, which is thought to contain more water than Earth. The scientific interest in the planet, known as Nu2 Lupi d, was sparked after researchers spotted it using the European Space Agency's Cheops satellite. It orbits a sun-like star around 50 light years away from us that is visible with the naked eye, has a mild atmospheric temperature and appears to contain a large amount of water. https://www.newsweek.com/scientists-accidentally-find-very-exciting-unique-exoplanet-more-water-earth-1613902
  14. He’s fairly new to relic hunting, but Robertson says it’s been just as fun as duck hunting.
  15. Can the buyer remain anonymous?
  16. Mining Diamonds (???) At Crystal Grove Diamond Mine This is what it's like to mine diamonds https://fb.watch/6O0y7cIT8u/
  17. Morels thrive after wildfires in some areas. I've heard of people flying in to remote locations in AK just to harvest them. But they do need moisture.
  18. ONLY if you remove the "Report" button so Skip can get some rest.
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