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Offline dandequilleTopic starter
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« on: April 22, 2009, 08:45:00 am »
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     I recently got an email from a friend who found a rich copper vein using one
of the new electroscopes.  I don't know which scope it was.  The vein was in
extremely rough terrain in a foreign country to the United States.   My friend
has also found many other treasures via electroscope.  He has never torn a scope
apart looking for faulty wiring or whatever, but has practiced in actually using the
machine and seeing how it reacts in every situation.


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