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All The Tungsten In Fort Knox

Sanders
post Jan 14 2010, 03:30 PM
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Fake gold bars in Bank of England and Fort Knox


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post Jan 14 2010, 03:58 PM
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Which of course raises the question about the validity of any 'gold' bars held in the basement of the WTC at 9/11.
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post Jan 14 2010, 07:04 PM
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Aha, that's probably why they're banning the incandescent tungsten light bulbs,
all the tungsten was used in gold bars, to pay for factories somewhere
to make the authorized, mercury vapor filled, x-ray radiating, energy saving CFLs.
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post Jan 14 2010, 08:53 PM
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Oh well looks like i shouldnt have stolen that gold bar i have hidden at home because
it looks like it could be a fake.

HaHa all the gold bars are filled with tungsten and are workless fakes omg rofl that's so funny lol

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post Jan 15 2010, 01:34 AM
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An interesting thing about Gold and how you see pictures of vaults filled with bars of the stuff.

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It is amazing, but the total amount of gold in the world is a surprisingly small q­uantity. Here's how you can calculate the
total amount that is available.

If you look at a page like this one, or if you look it up in an encyclopedia, you will find that the annual worldwide production of gold is something like 50 million troy ounces per year. Gold has a specific gravity of 19.3, meaning that it is 19.3 times heavier than water. So gold weighs 19.3 kilograms per liter. A liter is a cube that measures 10 centimeters (about 4 inches) on a side. There are 32.15 troy ounces in a kilogram. Therefore, the world produces a cube of gold that is about 4.3 meters (about 14 feet) on each side every year. In other words, all of the gold produced worldwide in one year could just about fit in the average person's living room!

This cube weighs 1,555,210 kilograms (3,110,420 pounds). A recent spot price for gold was $256.10 U.S. -- using that number, all of the gold produced in a year is worth $12,805,000,000. That's a lot of money, but not an unimaginable amount. For example, that's about how much the Pentagon spent launching the GPS satellite system. NASA's budget in 1998 was $13.6 billion.

Figuring out the total amount of gold that has been produced by man is a little harder. To get at some kind of estimate, let's figure that the world has been producing gold at 50 million ounces a year for 200 years. That number is probably a little high, but when you figure that the Aztecs and the Egyptians produced a fair amount of gold for a long time, it's probably not too far off. Fifty million ounces * 200 years = 10 billion ounces. Ten billion ounces of gold would fit into a cube roughly 25 meters (about 82 feet) on a side. Consider that the Washington Monument measures 55 feet by 55 feet at its base and is 555 feet tall (17 x 17 x 170 m). That means that if you could somehow gather every scrap of gold that man has ever mined into one place, you could only build about one-third of the Washington Monument.

Platinum is even more scarce than gold. Only 3.6 million troy ounces are produced per year. Its specific gravity is 21.45, and it was discovered in the 18th century, not in 3,000 B.C. If you assume that the world has produced 3.6 million ounces per year for 50 years to estimate the total worldwide supply, all of the platinum in the world would fit in a cube that is 6.3 meters (about 20 feet) on a side. In other words, all of the platinum in the entire world would easily fit in the average home!




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