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Evidence of Illegal Gold Mining in Taiwan

By | March 7th, 2013|Blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

by Alex Francis In the Jin Jiu area of New Taipei City, Taiwan, residents estimate that over $235,000 of gold has been stolen from mines in the past five years. The area in question was a major gold-mining site in the years between the end of World War II and 1987, when the Taiwan Metals [...]

Arizona Senate Approves Bill that would Make Gold and Silver Legal Tender

By | March 5th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

by Alex Francis On February 28, the Arizona Senate approved a bill that would make gold and silver legal tender throughout the state. While it would still have to pass through the House and be signed by Governor Jan Brewer (R) to become law, SB 1439 proposes giving privately minted gold and silver coins the [...]

Ancient Gold Wreath Unearthed on the Site of a New Greek Subway

By | February 20th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

by Alex Francis In a place with as rich a history as Thessaloniki (the second-largest city in Greece), it is not surprising when ancient artifacts collide with industrial improvements. This time around, an excavation alongside the construction of a new subway system unearthed a gold wreath estimated to date back to the Early Hellenistic Period [...]

Molecule Could Turn Water into Gold

By | February 7th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments

by Alex Francis Jesus turned water into wine, so could scientists soon turn water into gold? As crazy as it may sound, researchers have identified a type of bacteria that secretes a molecule that could produce gold nuggets out of seawater. Their findings were recently reported in the journal Nature Chemical Biology. Delftia Acidovorans The [...]

The Truth about What Olympic Medals are Made Of

By | August 1st, 2012|Blog|0 Comments

When the games are over and the torch is put out, what’s next for an Olympic athlete? Some report straight to the cover of their country’s Wheaties® boxes. Others are so relieved to be out of the public eye, they rebound into lazy civilian behavior (you’ll recall Michael Phelps’s marijuana scandal and weight gain after [...]

Kenyan Miners Strike Gold

By | July 26th, 2012|Blog|0 Comments

by Maya Bornstein Photo by: Andrew Kuznetsov | Among the various areas of the world with an abundance of gold, Africa has topped the list for centuries. Every day, more and more deposits are found in the continent’s mineral-rich, sun-baked earth. In fact, 40% of all the gold ever mined in the world hails [...]

The Gold Profit Formula

By | July 16th, 2012|Blog|0 Comments

by Maya Bornstein Photo by: elope201 | As gold is currently priced higher than ever, it is no surprise gold buyers and refiners are popping up on every corner. The gold exchange has become a confusing world to navigate. With such a wide variety of information, services, and contradiction online reviews, gold sellers are [...]

Obamacare, the EU Summit and the Value of Gold

By | July 6th, 2012|News|0 Comments

It’s certainly no secret: gold prices are fluctuating. As the value of gold is affected a variety of external factors, the precious metal’s trends become extremely difficult to predict. Nevertheless, recent events have clearly contributed to the current state of our currency. For example, it appears that gold prices dropped significantly on Thursday, June 28th [...]

Man in Hong Kong Builds 24 Karat Gold Toilet

By | June 29th, 2012|Blog|0 Comments

While the term “throne” has been a euphemism for toilet since King Louis XIV saw to royal business while using the toilet, there’s been no record of a restroom literally being decked out in a royal way since. That is, until now. Lam Sai-wing, a Hong Kong jeweler, has designed and built toilets made of [...]