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posted ago by cathole953 ago by cathole953 +376 / -0

With all the stuff coming out in the news recently about Turkey finding a bunch of rare earth metals deposits (out of freaking nowhere), and Uganda finding the largest gold deposit in more than a 100 years, I can't help but wonder.

Is it possible there are other resources deposits in say, the USA, Germany, the UK, etc. that are being hidden from us? Supposedly the USA has all but run out of Iron ore since all of the "good quality" ore has long since been mined out of the great lakes region. But what if there's a massive iron ore deposit in say, Arizona? But the cabal has kept it hidden from us so as to make us more dependent on foreign ore and scrap metal.

This isn't that unreasonable. It wasn't until the 50s that the official largest iron ore deposit in the world was found in West Australia. And it was kept under the radar for decades until mining officially began when the guy who found it managed to get his hands on all the land around it for dirt cheap.

And this applies to more than just Iron. Think about it. For all we know, there could be some massive deposit of gold, silver, and platinum, a few hundred feet below the surface in say, Wyoming. But it's being kept under wraps so that the cabal can keep a strangle hold on things.

I'm not saying it's a definitive thing, but it seems plausible to me.

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RedPill78 97 points ago +97 / -0

Massive Gold Deposits found in the Grand Canyon! Bix Weir of RoadtoRoota pointed out that a story in the NY Times dated June 19, 1912 reported that a massive gold deposit was found in the Grand Canyon and soon after that the Federal Government took control of the Grand Canyon and built a military base where the gold was discovered and to this day nobody is allowed in that area. Supposedly Woodrow Wilson was afraid the the US Dollar, which then was backed by gold, would collapse since this gold deposit far exceeded the total amount of gold found up until that date and therefore the news of this massive gold find was squelched and control of the Grand Canyon was turned over to the Federal Government.

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CorpseLivesMatter 41 points ago +41 / -0

👆🏻This right here

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laughsinamerican 29 points ago +29 / -0

look at the efforts to stop pebble mine in alaska. half a trillion dollars worth of gold and copper and strategic minerals. china and EPA are doing everything to stop it. MINE PEBBLE!!!!!

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SeeAreJay 28 points ago +29 / -1

Mines all over Clownada are cockblocked to oblivion over the stupidest reasons.

Wait until you see how much gas we didnt produce because idiot selfish native tribe of 62 ppl cried about muh ancient salmon stories and some ocean grass. Sickening

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Covfefe_Commando 11 points ago +11 / -0

A brand-new province in Canada called something like "none-of-it" where white diamonds lay openly on the creekbeds. I've heard the rumors. Try to travel there...

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user2827 9 points ago +9 / -0

Nunavut, but yes, there are a group of diamond mining projects in that territory.

As for the tribes, a surprising amount of the time (my wife does relevant recruiting for O&G work) they get shot down where the stories are the excuse. Where just approaching them differently can drastically change responses. (Sometimes small things like a priority in hiring from local tribes)

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SeeAreJay 5 points ago +6 / -1

Nunavat. Good luck its a 40hr drive on treacherous dirt roads and no help for 500 miles

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ITOLDYOUSO 14 points ago +15 / -1

Makes one wonder if this is the real purpose of the EPA

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Rooks 12 points ago +13 / -1

EPA and PETA are both satanic agencies.

EPA ultimate goal is world depopulation. Humans hurt mother earth, need to go away to let plants thrive.

PETA ultimate goal, humans have no rights or advantages animals don't have. In other words, no tools, constructions, intellect, humans devolve into instinctual critters and if we are taken out by other species, well that's evolution for you.

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Joys1Daughter 3 points ago +3 / -0

I concur. 👆 u/CorpseLivesMatter

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cathole953 [S] 30 points ago +31 / -1

That makes WAY too much sense. And it also lends credence to the many theories of how we're going back to a gold backed currency and how we'll remain the world reserve currency and wealthiest nation on the planet. If we control 25% of the world's gold reserves as per u/ITOLDYOUSO, then that's a rather easy feat to accomplish.

It also wouldn't surprise me if we have enough, iron, copper, and rare earth minerals to be essentially self sustaining as a nation, thus allowing us to tell every other nation to screw off for the most part, and bringing back industry to the USA to a similar degree that we had during the turn of the century (but without the robber barons).

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VetforTrump 11 points ago +11 / -0

I saw a Warehouse owned by Bank of America that had slabs of copper stacked 10 feet high. They measured 12 feet long 8 feet wide and 6 inches thick, stacked 8 high with wood between them. They used a huge lift to unstack them And move them around. Guys said they were cast so big so they couldnt be stolen. 3 months ago they moved them all somewhere.

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UnbreakablePatriot 5 points ago +6 / -1

Hopefully without smog too. It was real bad when I was a kid in the city.

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pcpoet 5 points ago +5 / -0

alaska is a treasure house if exploited...

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Mountaing8 3 points ago +3 / -0

It will always take constant vigilance to counter more robber barons.

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Suckitreddit 3 points ago +3 / -0

I can’t believe this manipulation with the gold spot prices right Noe. And silver. Everything is through the roof w inflation, except for gold…it’s getting cheaper. For the first time ever.

It is obvious they are crashing Bitcoin and precious metals purposefully to corral everyone into a central bank digital currency. That’s why they keep sending these billions to Ukraine…they are taking all the dollars they can in order to buy land, real estate, precious metals so they stay on the top of the heap after the great reset.

I mean…who knows, but it doesn’t make sense otherwise.

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WinkingPede 4 points ago +4 / -0

This reminds me of this episode of America Unearthed -

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3413598/?ref_=ttep_ep5

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Lupinate 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was about to mention this...

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DeathRayDesigner 3 points ago +4 / -1

"Au" is short for "aurum," which is Latin for "gold."

Gold and silver certificates were convertible to coin by law. They were different from Federal Reserve Notes. Going off the gold standard meant the change-over to FRNs.

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DublOhSebm 41 points ago +41 / -0

You mean like deBeers has stockpiled tons of diamonds to keep the prices high? Diamonds are way more plentiful than we're led to think. They always seem to have enough for industrial use, you ever notice?

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Mr_A 8 points ago +9 / -1

The shutdown of synthetic diamond production was pretty good, too.

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deleteme1234 7 points ago +7 / -0

It was shut down?

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Mr_A 17 points ago +17 / -0

Back in the late 80's, iirc, GE made and patented a machine to synthesize diamonds from coal. It produced diamonds at a cost significantly below market, either for industrial or cosmetic use. DeBeers noticed, entered into negotiations with GE, paid them money and the machines were taken off the market. Bought the patents to suppress it and keep their monopoly.

This was before Russia started producing outside of the DeBeers cartel, opening up the market. With an open market (it's not a free market, but it's not a pure monopoly anymore), I don't think there's any reason to synthesize diamonds. As noted by other commenters, they are plentiful. I personally know an accountant who worked many years in S Africa, and who performed audits on some of the DeBeers properties: he said they have warehouses of them just sitting around, and the market price is completely artificial.

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PepeSee 7 points ago +7 / -0

I believe there still is reason to synthesize diamonds - so they are perfect for industrial use e.g. cutting tools - but this is beside the point of your comment of course.

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deleteme1234 7 points ago +7 / -0

Lab-grown diamonds are still a thing. There are 2 main methods. Plenty of video about this on YouTube.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep the missus has a bunch of lab-grown diamonds, rubies, and sapphires in her jewelry. She just likes that it's pretty and cheap means she can have more of it.

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StormzAComing 4 points ago +4 / -0

They have enough diamonds to fully equip every Minecraft player ever lmao

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Suckitreddit 2 points ago +2 / -0

I remember reading there were enough naturally occurring diamonds in the world that every human alive would get a cupped handful. Totally manipulated.

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Munchaussen 3 points ago +3 / -0

Then where do lab created diamonds come from then?

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DextertheCat 3 points ago +3 / -0

They actually use a tiny natural diamond to start the crystalline structure, it is called a seed diamond. The high pressure and temp in the chamber is then used to allow additional carbon to deposit on the seed to grow in size. By adding impurities into the atmosphere of the chamber, they can dope the diamonds that are growing to give them color. They can be lab grown to perfection to almost any size you want. These are lab grown diamonds and not the same as synthetic diamonds. It is a controlled process that mimics the high temp and pressure that forms naturally occurring diamonds. It is the real thing, just grown in a lab under controlled conditions instead of growing wild in the Earth.

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ProphetOfKek 3 points ago +3 / -0

Are you thinking moissonite? Not quite the same but close.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Do they make them now? I thought nobody was synthesizing diamonds now. I'm going off memory from many years ago when the tech was recently invented, and then shut down. Perhaps they started it up again. I still believe it is a totally un-economical activity, without the artificial support of the cartels. But if they're synthesizing diamonds today, what I'm discussing is academic, just diamond cartel history. DeBeers is way less powerful today than it was back in the 80's.

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schiff_for_brains 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes. De beers is actually a leader in synthetic diamonds.

It costs about $300 a carat to make a diamond in the lab. That's going to get processed and sold for ~$600 or so.

Keep in mind that retail jewelery stores have huge markup. Typically 4x - 10x. Most of the higher markups are for custom work, which takes skilled labor. The normal run of the mill stuff is ordered from catalogs and mass produced.

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NYC_4_Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have no problem paying for skilled labor. But the raw price of diamonds is artificial.

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Traveling_Thru_Time 2 points ago +2 / -0

China mostly. They're cheap on alibaba

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kish-kumen 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yet they sell to the mining industry (use them for drill tips) for pennies on the dollar.

How an abundant mineral became a coveted and rare gemstone? Social engineering.

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NYC_4_Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

Came here to say this. Everything we know about diamonds is bordering on propaganda.

They aren't as rare as we are led to believe. Their MINING is kept low, so as to artificially create scarcity.

Further: diamonds were never associated with marriage until clever ad execs on Madison Avenue in the 1950s started marketing them as "necessary" for engagements.

Look at old movies and TV (pre 1960). Practically no one was given a diamond ring for engagement/marriage.

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DublOhSebm 1 point ago +1 / -0

I remember seeing something on TV decades ago, an expose or something. They said deBeers had TONS (literally) of diamonds they warehoused because they only allowed so many to be released each year to create that scarcity. It wasn't just the mining. Industrial diamonds are never in short supply. I suppose that stands to reason anyway as the majority of diamonds won't be "jewelry grade" or whatever.

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ifififififokiedokie 32 points ago +33 / -1

Yes. The idea that "fossil fuels" are actually made of fossils is nonsense, and obviously it is as renewable a resource as water. The scarcity is a lie.

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SeeAreJay 15 points ago +17 / -2

No fossils are that deep, its literally the lubricant the continents sit on, you can make it with enough unfathomable pressure, wish I had the link to the study

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ProphetOfKek 13 points ago +14 / -1

Yes, my only question is how long it take to renew. But there’s nothing magic about, hydrocarbons are hydrocarbons.

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yudsfpbc 6 points ago +6 / -0

Think of an upside down ocean of oil in the crust. It's all trying to go up because of buoyancy. It gets trapped in nooks and crannies. That's what we drill for. Given some time, the oil replenishes.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes but how much time?

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yudsfpbc 1 point ago +1 / -0

< 20 years apparently.

We have more than enough and to spare. We know how to find more, but we refuse to look. We will never run out.

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6574839201 7 points ago +7 / -0

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC521091/

In a nutshell: Calcium Carbonate, Water, Iron Oxide, heat + pressure make methane. All of these components are available where ocean tectonic plates subduct under continental plates. It is a veritable conveyor belt of materials coming in at these plate boundaries constantly replenishing the "fossil fuels" and natural gas.

In particular, look at the linked study and skip down to the last 2 paragraphs above the acknowledgements:

DISCUSSION We report in situ observations of methane-forming reactions from a model mineral assemblage at the pressures and temperatures of the Earth's upper mantle. The results of our in situ experiments and thermochemical modeling differ markedly from those obtained by quenching (6), which found the yield of methane at 4 GPa from FeO + CaCO3 + H2O was very small at 600°C and below but climbed steadily up to 1,200°C. The previous thermochemical calculations (6) do not pertain to this experimental reactant mixture but rather treat the formation of higher hydrocarbons from an assumed supply of methane.

Methane is expected to form inorganically at mantle pressures and temperatures from any carbonate species, such as FeCO3-siderite or MgCO3-magnesite, in the presence of H2O at oxygen fugacities near the wüstite-magnetite fO2 buffer. Such conditions may be widespread in the mantle and can be moderated by the presence of iron-bearing phases such as Fe2SiO4-fayalite, FeS-troilite, or accessory minerals such as FeCr2O4-chromite and FeTiO3-ilmenite. Indeed, our analysis shows that methane production is thermodynamically favorable under a broad range of high pressure-temperature conditions. The calculations indicate that methane production is most favored at 500°C and pressures <7 GPa; higher temperatures are expected to lead to CO2 and CO production through a reforming equilibrium with methane. The wide pressure–temperature–composition stability field of methane documented here has broad implications for the hydrocarbon budget of the planet and indicates that methane may be a more prevalent carbon-bearing phase in the mantle than previously thought, with implications for the deep hot biosphere (25). In particular, isotopic evidence indicating the prevalence of biogenic hydrocarbons pertains to economically exploited hydrocarbon gas reservoirs, largely in sedimentary basins (2); these observations and analyses do not rule out the potential for large abiogenic reservoirs in the mantle. Moreover, the assumption that CO2 is the sole carrier of mantle-derived noble gasses (26, 27) should be reevaluated. Finally, the potential may exist for the high-pressure formation of heavier hydrocarbons by using mantle-generated methane as a precursor.

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TheJake 6 points ago +6 / -0

Global elite symbolism communication out in the open...fossil findings = oil found without alerting public.

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StormzAComing 4 points ago +5 / -1

THIS! I have yet to find a dinosaur skeleton that is either touchable or feels like a bone. So far, they have just felt like Wood or Plastic.

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yudsfpbc 3 points ago +5 / -2

I recall hearing of dinosaur bones moldering in heaps in Alaska. A famous experiment cut in to a T-Rex bone and found tissue. Also, miner's hats fossilize in mune water. Fossils are not old.

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HonestBobbin 4 points ago +4 / -0

If you have some great links I would appreciate it. Though I can query it too.

edit: Found this link. Very interesting... https://answersingenesis.org/geology/catastrophism/fossil-hat/

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yudsfpbc 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's been years since I've dived into it.

Mary Schweitzer found the tissue in the T-Rex bone, and she is not a creationist by any stretch of the imagination.

I don't have much for the other sources, sorry,

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Mr_A 1 point ago +2 / -1

They're fake. They are used for comms, like the loch Ness monster. Didn't exist until there was a reason for the comms.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

THIS! I have yet to find a dinosaur skeleton that is either touchable or feels like a bone. So far, they have just felt like Wood or Plastic.

  1. It sounds like you don't understand how fossilization works, the bone gets replaced with stone gradually over time like a petrified tree. Ever touched a petrified tree?

  2. Because the bones are valuable and very heavy (being really stone now) most of the display skeletons are replicas. The real bones they do allow the public to touch are highly polished hence why it feels "plasticy" to you.

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DavoW420 1 point ago +2 / -1

My info from Charlie Freak says dinosaurs are made up. Also the way oil is formed may be a myth. Almost everything we are told is a lie. I can’t wait for some real disclosure, like Tesla tech.

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Iknowstuff 23 points ago +23 / -0

Wait for zero point energy and zero grav tech is disclosed. The shit is ~ 80 years old... Mineral, rare earth and precious metals will be a forgone conclusion when you can just mine the asteroid belt via drones. Unfortunately we have been distracted by our aging tech such as a 100 year old electrical grid, medical, political and banking systems. All part of the same control structure.

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sackofwisdom 4 points ago +5 / -1

mine the asteroid belt via drones

That is if it is actually possible to leave our realm and the Van Halen belt.

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Iknowstuff 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah, grav fields don't give af, but you bring a valid point to discuss. The science is not settled, however.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

We've been through the belts multiple times, it's not a big deal when you're going thousands of miles per hour and cruise through them quickly.

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RugerP89 3 points ago +3 / -0

Rare Earth metals aren't real. They were invented to reduce competitors when globalists moved the electronics industry to China, where they could exert more control.

"Consider that they invent “Color Television” cheap to produce, but of course they want to have a monopoly… so they simply invent a metal so that anyone thinking of competing with them believes it would be impossible to.

Hence why a strange material called “Europium” is why TV’s and Monitors began so expensive,

It’s curious to me that “Europium” was first named in 1901 – that’s the same year the U.S. got taken over by the Rothschild which are based in England."

https://decodingsymbols.wordpress.com/2021/03/25/science-and-history/

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ditzee58 22 points ago +22 / -0

100%

Don't know if you saw my post from a few weeks ago from a Louisiana guy who works in the oilfields. He said the US has enough oil to last 400 years. I'm telling y'all from my own experience that oil replenishes itself. We are still getting royalties from a well drilled in the early 1960's.

Do you know who was responsible for oil being called a fossil fuel? Rockefeller who founded Standard Oil. He wanted people to believe oil was a finite resource and rarer than it is. Reuters tries to obfuscate the issue by stating that Neumann coined the term (true) and not Rockefeller. They ignore the rest of the story though about the Rockefeller. Foundation paying scientists at the 1893 Geneva Convention to call oil a fossil fuel. That is when the phrase entered the vernacular.

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TheJake 4 points ago +4 / -0

And the T-REX fossil find was global elite was symbolizing the production line boom with the model T. Guy who "found" fossil named Barnum...freaking circus

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cathole953 [S] 1 point ago +3 / -2

I've seen several people mention this before. I can believe that, my only problem with it, is that we'll STILL need some way to eventually synthesize petroleum since we'll eventually get to a point where we'll be using it faster than it replenishes. That's why I think we DO need to look into alternatives, or ways to synthesize petroleum in a cost effective manner. It would also give rise to competition so you don't just have 4 companies controlling the entire industry anymore.

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Mountaing8 7 points ago +7 / -0

I don't know if it's a given that we will constantly be accelerating our use of resources. A lot of the plundering is based on the Ponzi scheme monetary system that keeps skimming us, and "planned obsolescence" to keep the scam going. We really don't need to be jetting all over the planet all of the time.

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cathole953 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's mainly based on the assumption of constant population growth.

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45-4KAG 4 points ago +5 / -1

The world's population growth is slowing down. Probably will even more due to the vaxx.

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cathole953 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

And that's part of the plan post cabal. To reverse that, otherwise we'll have a different form of societal collapse, as Musk and others keep warning us about. So yes, we're going to reverse that and start growing at a steady rate again, which means a gradual increase in resource usage.

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45-4KAG 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not sure the vaxx damage will be reversible for fertility. Who knows though. Just from what I've seen over the years, I'm pretty sure they're getting us other ways as well.

There are places like Japan that already welcome immigrants because their population is aging. They don't have enough young people to farm or care for the elderly. That's why they're looking into robots and AI. Which is probably what Musk and others warn of. Japan isn't the only country.

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cathole953 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's kind of my point, if we win the war against the cabal, but end up facing societal collapse from a population implosion anyway, than all of this is pointless and we might as well go full mad max. Hence, there has to be a solution that the white hats are keeping as an ace-in-the-hole for the post cabal world to fix this, and other problems.

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Iknowstuff 4 points ago +4 / -0

It won't matter soon. We have way better tech that is hidden from is. Look at the Navy patents from a few years ago. Disclosure with no context. Gotta love the military.

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DeathRayDesigner 2 points ago +3 / -1

The Germans synthesized fuel from coal during World War I, using the Fischer-Tropsch process and related chemistry. All you need is water and carbonaceous material (coal, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide). Sasol in South Africa is doing this today. Since the chemistry is fixed, there is no need to look further.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

We do have methods to synthesize petroleum, it's just that 1) it's held back by the green tech scammers and 2) whenever oil is cheap nobody wants to fund the development to refine the technology.

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MoLibertyson 21 points ago +22 / -1

Minerals, natural cures, previous civilizations and technologies that would change the course of history many times over. IT'S BEEN A RIGGED GAME.

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Munchaussen -5 points ago +2 / -7

Lost me at previous civilizations.

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Iknowstuff 4 points ago +4 / -0

Stuff like this blows their stupid unrealistic historic time line up. There is more...

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PlumberFag 3 points ago +3 / -0

Love me some Randall Carleson

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ToeBlake34 13 points ago +13 / -0

I would say this is entirely plausible …. As the deep state wants world population at #5m or below… they want us to eat GMO food sources / meat, vegetables, fish. They want us to drink consume water produced in factories and continullay push a climate change/Green New Deal agenda. They talk about conserving resources - but they are conserving the resources for the 1% elites …. Not the 99% us - they want us eating bugs, drinking poison - only to do their bidding …. To be their slaves - this has been going on since the dawn of time ….

Time for the 99% to take down the 1% …. ‘ At some point they won’t even be able to walk down the street…’

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OldSchool2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Make Impalements Great Again

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ITOLDYOUSO 12 points ago +13 / -1

Gold in the Grand canyon. Supposedly up to 25% of worlds supply.

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Pbman2 11 points ago +11 / -0

Their is a big copper deposit in NE Wisconsin, we've know about it for 40 years or more. Company couldn't get it permitted. I'm sure their are many others like that in the us.

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Ineedsanity 7 points ago +7 / -0

Well. that deposit is on one of our rivers. As a fisherman, I don't trust them to keep it clean. Their plans to mine seemed shady af... To me, it seemed like they planned on mining, dropping property values, and then buying the properties for pennies on the dollar.

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Pbman2 8 points ago +8 / -0

Born and raised across the border in a mining town,75 years after they shut down our iron mines,you can't even tell their were ever their. 50 years ago when I was young,you could see it everywhere. Our streams our clean.

I remember when I was a kid,many of my friends were poor and their dads were waiting and waiting for these mines to open up so they could go back to,work.

They are now dead,and their kids and grand kids left town or are on welfare.....

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Ineedsanity 4 points ago +4 / -0

Since I have been following Q, I keep a much more open mind. If they try again, I will look more closely at their proposal.

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Pbman2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Thanks I would love to move back home and work,and enjoy the fishing myself.

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ImStartingToBelieve -6 points ago +4 / -10

There - “There is a big copper deposit over there.”

Their - “A copper deposit is on their land.”

They’re - “They’re gonna be happy to discover that copper deposit.”

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PepeSee 9 points ago +10 / -1

It's an easy TYPO to make let alone voice-text. I sometimes don't catch it myself. This kind of pedantic bullshit is just a distraction and I'm SO over it.

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Truth4Freedom 9 points ago +9 / -0

They hide everything from us! Probably the thing I’m most wanting is to know the truths and knowledge that has been hidden from us since the beginning of time. I hope that’s something to be revealed in the coming days…

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panamax 9 points ago +9 / -0

There's a ton of natural resources under the ground in eastern Ukraine, discovered in 2013-14. Remember, Biden was the point man on Ukraine. But, there are a lot of people living there above the ground. How does one get rid of those people? Since 2014, Ukraine has been bombing the sh*t out of the Donbas, hoping the people will just leave because of the threat to their lives. But they stayed on and fought for their land. And now the Donbas is in Putin's hands. You didn't think that Putin would expend so much time, energy, resources and human life, merely because he wanted to liberate those Russian-speaking people in Donbas, did you? That region is not only rich in natural resources, it's the very industrial heartland of Ukraine. Without it, Ukraine is screwed, along with Biden, Macron, the DS and the cabal.

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Kekeveli777 8 points ago +8 / -0

Hidden? No. America sits on top of a TON of precious rare earth minerals. We are just exploiting other countries to do this in order to bypass climate restrictions

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Suckitreddit 6 points ago +6 / -0

And the other countries use slave labor…so there’s that…and environmental scaring and pollution.

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7ate9 8 points ago +8 / -0

"Do you guys think the cabal has probably hidden natural resource deposits from us?" Of course! Why do you think Brigham Young said, "This is the place!" about THE Wasatch Front? And in due time installed a massive ball of gold under the angel's feet on top of the temple?

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What-Me-Worry 8 points ago +8 / -0

If NASA can use an orbiting spacecraft ( Cooper's Treasure ) back in 1963 to search for radioactive threats and sunken ships, locating giant deposits of ore in the Earth's crust is certainly vaible.

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SeeAreJay 5 points ago +6 / -1

I read about underground base scanning, id imagine a wall of copper is easy enough to 'see'

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J_Dawg 8 points ago +8 / -0

Over 100 years ago, Rockefeller instructed his lobbyists to refer to oil as "Fossil Fuel" and to push the narrative that oil was scarce. He did this so he could put an artificially high price on oil.

It turns out that oil is the second most abundant liquid naturally occurring on the planet, second only to water. Oil replenishes itself faster than we can pump it out. The problem is that oil doesn't refill the same deposit, so once it's dry you have to go find another.

Stop and think about it for a minute. They've been pumping oil out of deposits in the middle east for more than a century, and no one is talking about it going dry.

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Mountaing8 5 points ago +5 / -0

I remember a story about how the Creator had to invent a species to use up all the oil and tar that the earth kept generating as a waste product.

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huntfishpede 2 points ago +2 / -0

I would not be surprised that in the grand design we are supposed to use the tar and oil liberally!

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4Mitchell4 7 points ago +7 / -0

Is Paris a city?

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ThiccusDickus 7 points ago +7 / -0

You mean like the Paris from that popular reality show?

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4Mitchell4 5 points ago +5 / -0

good one -

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MICHIGANisRED 2 points ago +2 / -0

"that's hot"

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Covfefe_Commando 2 points ago +2 / -0

Paris, VA is a "blink and you missed it" sorta place...

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Hilltopperpete 6 points ago +6 / -0

My retired Father is a part of the enthusiast gold mining community in the mountains in Colorado. The federal government has put giant concrete plugs over gold reserves in many places in order to prevent civilians from exploring and mining some insanely huge gold veins.

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HeyJesusBringMeABeer 6 points ago +6 / -0

If you think about it, lots of military bases out there, and they need to be self sufficient, so does it make sense to be dropping off barrels of oil to every base all the time, is that sustainable? Or would it be more sustainable to have a secret underground nuclear power grid that the bases can tap into? We've had technology to do this for decades. All the gas and coal power use on the Earth's surface could merely be a facade. In a massive push towards green energy, you better have a secret weapon. Does the USA have a secret green energy weapon, a hidden nuclear energy grid?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/sep/27/receding-icecap-top-secret-us-nuclear-project-greenland-camp-century-project-iceworm

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Red_Pill_Pusher_Man 6 points ago +6 / -0

White Sands Missle Range, NM (WSMR) is powered by a nuclear reactor even though they are only about 15 miles from a power generation station from El Paso Electric. In 1955, WSMR took possession of Victorio Peak and put it off limits to the rightful owners.

Not familiar with Victorio Peak?

https://www.legendsofamerica.com/victorio-peak-treasure/

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kish-kumen 6 points ago +6 / -0

Idaho, Utah, and Montana have enough Thorium that we could power the USA for the next ten millenia.

And forget that crap about thorium not being weaponized infrastructure. MSBRs (Molten salt breeder reactors) with thorium are a thing.

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Goldenhawk 6 points ago +6 / -0

...ask Feinstein about Chocolate Mtn and all the gold there !

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ceegeegee 6 points ago +6 / -0

Couple of years ago we had relatives visiting and we went to Gold Country in CA. We were at this place where you can pan for gold. The guy told us that all the gold in the world that has been mined and taken out of the ground would fit into an Olympic sized swimming pool. I have no idea if that is true, but it goes to value of something rare.

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Fringe--dweller 12 points ago +12 / -0

Olympic sized swimming pool is a meme that has endured throughout my long lifetime. Logic tells me this is BS and ignores the global gold mining industry output of the last 100 years.

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ITOLDYOUSO 8 points ago +9 / -1

An Olympic pool holds 660,000 gallons, at 37.6479 in2 per gallon= 24,847,614in2 of area.

A 400 troy oz (standard) gold bar is 80.80 in2.

The pool would hold 307,520, 400 troy oz gold bars.

At $1,800 per troy oz

$221,414,400,000 in gold

There is estimated to be around $2,000,000,000,000 in gold in the world

More than enough to fill 9 Olympic pools

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CavePeasant 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think the Congo recently found a deposit of gold well in excess of $12 trillion, and goodness knows how many more deposits there are in the world. So the value of gold is way higher than what you have calculated.. way higher.

And the Congo isn’t even that big of a country. Like take a look at the vast “emptiness” of Australia, Canada, Russia, Mongolia, etc etc etc.. who knows what’s hiding out there in the middle of buttfuck. Could be many more trillions of dollars worth still.

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Traveling_Thru_Time 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think the Congo recently found a deposit of gold well in excess of $12 trillion

Fake news to suppress demand for physical gold. That news article glowed hard

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cathole953 [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

To be fair, that's still probably less than most people imagine when you try to quantify something like all the gold ever officially mined in history. Most people imagine something like out of Indiana Jones, or King Solomon's Mine, or more recently, Smaug's golden horde.

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NoApologyTour 3 points ago +3 / -0

You’re right, it’s an incredibly small amount. Olympic pools are big as far as pools go, but not when you’re using them to illustrate the total of a single element ever mined by humanity.

Another way to frame it is that all the gold in the world could fit into a couple of high school gymnasiums.

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ITOLDYOUSO 2 points ago +3 / -1

I just did the math for fun. There is more mined every year also.

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Mountaing8 2 points ago +2 / -0

Still, gold is refined with mercury and cyanide, and it's an expensive toxic mess to clean up.

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DeathRayDesigner 1 point ago +2 / -1

Estimates vary, but about 200,000 metric tons of gold have been mined historically. The density of gold is 19.3 tonnes/cubic meter, so the volume would be about 10,000 cubic meters. An Olympic swimming pool is conventionally held to be 2,500 cubic meters of volume (50 meters x 25 meters x 2 meters), so this would be the equivalent of 4 Olympic pools.

Another way of visualizing it would be a cube 21.5 meters (about 72 feet) on a side. This would be as tall as a 7-story building.

Don't spend it all in one place.

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Sek7or 5 points ago +5 / -0

You mean Arizona like where that military drone was flying a USA pattern over yesterday? And today it’s flying a uk? https://globe.adsbexchange.com/?icao=ae1313

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huntfishpede 1 point ago +1 / -0

That link now shows it is flying "Z82"

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GoodvsEvil2 5 points ago +5 / -0

of course, antarctica, and that wells of oil seem to never run out

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Aspie 5 points ago +5 / -0

We have plenty of resources. The tree huggers just prevent us from getting them. They've shut down all mining of rare earth metals and lead.

The only mined substance in the world that I don't know of the US having is nickel. I think all of the nickel comes from Africa.

There are thousands of mines in the US that closed down years ago just because of economics.

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eyerighteye 3 points ago +3 / -0

Canada has nickel

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tstr 5 points ago +5 / -0

I read they found like a $trillion in rare earths plus precious metals in Afghanistan back during that war. I forget the specifics around when exactly but I remember the story coming out and then it just sorta went away and no one talked about it.

So yes, there is no doubt they hide things from us. RedPill78 is dead on with his post about the Grand Canyon.

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Suckitreddit 4 points ago +4 / -0

And the Chinese are now mining it and the company is one in which Hunter Biden has some interest…too lazy to look for the sauce now though…

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tstr 2 points ago +2 / -0

Absolutely. The whole thing was handed to the Chinese. Biden will go down as a traitor and national disgrace.

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Suckitreddit 1 point ago +1 / -0

And...just heard on Warroom a new article came out this am that all of our military equip sent to Ukraine is being sold to the highest bidder (including Russia) On the black market. Total surprise...not.

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tstr 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sure, why not? The dems handle government the way any failing business would. Have a fire sale and enrich yourself as much as possible.

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TDanonDJTJR2024 5 points ago +5 / -0

Now you're using your brain, anon. Lots of different stuff going on in this department. Pumping battery acid into the ground in order to dissolve rock that surrounds diamonds. Pumping it back up and blaming the catastrophic results on fracking....

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MathletesFoot 5 points ago +5 / -0

Today OP learned about artificial scarcity.

Fun fact, Post Scarcity Economics being discussed one one of the things about OWS that actually freaked out the elites.

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Cryptops 4 points ago +4 / -0

There's a reason the BLM has authority over 80% of the west, you can even now your lawn in places because the BLM deemed it a hazard to the environment. The can had anything if your not even allow to scratch the surface

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Peanuttles 3 points ago +3 / -0

Most definitely. Remember all the trucks delivering goods to underground structures a few years ago?

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NewAllOverAgain 3 points ago +3 / -0

They already pulled off the longest total con job on us by calling petroleum a fossil fuel when in fact oil reserves do replenish themselves and are not finite!

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SelfReliancePepe 3 points ago +3 / -0

Almost everything the cabal does is based on their scripture and the official teachings of their most respected religious scholars. Everything from their master race fantasies which is why they're obsessed with pinning awards on each other during any and all award shows, using banking usury as a weapon to enslave us "lower lifeforms", feeling proud about lying, stealing, human trafficking, abortions and raping and killing and eating children and their hatred of Jesus and Christians.

This is the reason they want us to eat the bugs and live in a pod - not because there's limited resourced but because it makes them feel superior and they feel it validates their divine master race religion to humble us.

Sadly, their religion also claims they are destined to steal everything and enslave everyone. The Great Reset.

They could be stockpiling resources but I'm not aware that's directly part of their religion. I suspect resource prepping isn't very compatible with their cultural and religious views because everything they do is about them dominating: being seen to be rich and power and superior. They are more likely to infiltrate the entire food infrastructure from farming to transport so their "workers" can ensure they get everything they want, right out in the open for everyone to see.

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BetterNameUnfound 3 points ago +3 / -0

They lied about oil being limited via creating the term "fossil fuel," so

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TaQo 3 points ago +4 / -1

I think it's possible that they're hiding land...how much I don't know. But...when you control the distribution of maps, navigation etc, why wouldn't you hide your own secret Shangrala - or other valuable land from the knuckle draggers? Case in point, good luck trying to go to either north OR south poles...you're stopped by military. VERY interesting show - Dangerous Waters they go from Alaska to Russia (attempting circumnavigation) on waverunners(!) - they get nabbed by Russian military. Go watch that episode if you can...

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Questioner 3 points ago +3 / -0

Maybe see where Gates is buying up land, to see where possible deposits are located. ND won’t allow him to purchase from what I’ve read.

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kish-kumen 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's still legal to discriminate on the basis of personality.

Them: "you won't sell to Person X because they're black/white/Jewish/gay/disabled?"

Me: "no... I just won't do business with assholes"

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Junionthepipeline 1 point ago +1 / -0

He contributes to our govenor we sold out

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jhartz39 3 points ago +3 / -0

There are many sites out there that claim oil is a naturally replenishing resource. It is not created by long lost grass and dinosaur bones. Some say it is created by the molten core of the earth and after enough time these oil reserves fill back up. Just search, "Oil is a natural replenishing resource", you will find it.

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schiff_for_brains 3 points ago +3 / -0

Your theory makes a lot of sense. I mean...look at diamonds. They really aren't that scarce as a product. What makes them scarce is control over supply. Expect the same from any natural resource to some degree.

Now you can understand why the federal government has illegally retained possession of all the land out West. There's plenty of wealth to exploit out there.

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09re 2 points ago +2 / -0

On this matter also would like to know more about what big pharma and Monsanto have been keeping from us.

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XlntOldBowler 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh you mean like the control some tribe has over diamond reserves? Nah it couldn't be... who would do such a thing. Or like the perceived rarity of oil reserves... or the many technologies talked about that would threaten the global energy market monopolies. Why would anyone want to do such things... to what end...

CONTROL is (their) only agenda. It will never be enough for some of them.... there will always be one out there that will try to wrest control of the entire system from those that share it currently

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SoMuchWinning45 2 points ago +2 / -0

Isn't that why blacksmiths purified metals, to remove the other metals? Hell, I watched a few videos a few days ago of a guy purifying gold from jewelry and PC circuit board "fingers."

All you need to do is keep the iron molten to remove the impurities.

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Deplorabledave1957 2 points ago +2 / -0

I read a story a while back that people are buying land in Wyoming called the red desert. No water or electric at all in that area. I suspect rare earth metals ?

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ProphetOfKek 2 points ago +2 / -0

I bet there are lots of known deposits that are off world (well I know there are, but what I mean is they know exactly where many of them are).

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Primo17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I haven’t looked at Google Earth for a long time but this made me think about the areas of the earth that were blacked out. There was one big area in Alaska if I remember correctly. Did the satellite malfunction or is there something to hide?

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Lupinate 2 points ago +2 / -0

To my knowledge silver is perhaps the one that doesn't have an available source. Its also the only metal that ia not easy to recover as its used in ways that are destroying it as a reusable resource. You could almost call it endangered at this rate.

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DeathRayDesigner 1 point ago +2 / -1

I wonder what you mean. It used to be commonplace for silver to be recovered from photographic film emulsion. If it is alloyed it might be hard to separate.

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not "hidden"/unknown but huge oil reserves in/off CA that are off-limits because "environment."

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Cpleb 2 points ago +2 / -0

💯

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NazisWereSocialist 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah lol how about oil?

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OneMoreTim3 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just please don't tell me they found a huge supply of silver...

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MileHiLife 2 points ago +2 / -0

Short answer...Yes,

And it's under the seas

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TaQo 3 points ago +4 / -1

Right...Terramar

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manxom 2 points ago +2 / -0

you can pretty much guarantee there are rare earths under anwar