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« on: September 05, 2019, 09:58:30 am »
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Two Minutes with Two Toes



Gary talks about what to look for in the Gravel's when looking for Gold !!!!
Video Number 1 of the Two Minute series

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I'm always interested in topics about geology, the rock this man is showing seams basalt (black heavy) .. so i don't want disrespect anyone but I have to point out that in other area the "heaviest" material can be of other nature/color.

Just for clarify what i'm talking about, in the north of Italy black sand is ... well "red sand" due to the large amount of corundum and garnets.

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Black sand is an Iron ore mineral like Magnetite or Hematite

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