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Sorry but have you actually ever seen a gold bullion before?

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Sorry but have you actually ever seen a gold bullion before?

Gold has a mystical aura to it. it will always be the most valuable thing on the planet. Once you are in the presence of a collection of gold, you feel warm and safe. Buy gold now before the banks take it all
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It'd be fun to go apeshit on that pile with a sledge hammer.
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meh. gold is boring af. I bought 1300 ounces of silver a couple years ago and regret it. Maybe if i have millions of dollars burning a hole in my pocket i'd buy some gold but otherwise not worth it. I probably wont break even with my silver for another 5 years. I imagine the "mystical" aura of precious metals wears off. It has with me for silver for the most part.
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>>2554125
>buying preaccumulated gold
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>>2554125
Elaborate for me op
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>>2554166
Can I get a quick sketch of what 1300 ounces looks like?
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>>2554166
>says it wears off yet he still is computing with all the neat gold contacts and Rohs solder laced with silver

You are far from over it. In fact you are addicted to it.
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>>2554125
>palladium
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>>2554125

There's a gorrillion tons of gold out in space you giganigger.

Gold is used as a material object to bind you to the monetary construct.

Mental midgets.
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currently have a ice chest full of buillion and coin, nothing beats opening that shit and pretending to be a pirate
I think the problem with it is people think of it as an investment
I look at it like an insurance policy against inflation and devaluation of the dollar
my advice is buy coins for easy trading to fiat
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>not mining cryptogold
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>>2554242

Who gives a shit if there are tons of it in space?

We are decades if not centuries away from space mining.

Wake up you fool, it actually has value in reality.
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Dont just listen to me, listen to this professional
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzne1r7V4os
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>>2554276
Aren't you afraid of being robbed? I've heard insurance is next to impossible unless you have your own commercially graded vault with proper security measures.
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>>2554351
I'd say we're one good technological advancement away from space mining. If those EM drives hadn't turned out to be bullshit, we'd already have chinese mining the asteroid belt.
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>>2554125
Link to white paper?
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>>2554367
it's in a gun safe and protected by my family and our guns but I'm not too worried about getting robbed
my family is the "poor" family of our street meaning, no nice cars or toys
our neighbors all have brand new cars and such
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>>2554205
I had four 100 ounce bars. a monster box (500 ounces) of 2008 American silver eagles. and 400 ounces of generic buffalos. Sold 3 100 ounce bars and about 300 ounces of buffalos at a loss unfortunately. I have to sell the rest of my stuff at at around 28 dollars an ounce to break even I think.
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>>2554345
>still doesn't understand what pyrite was used for
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>>2554362
that picture is just a pile of canadian change with a photoshop filter on it to make it look like it's gold
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>>2554963
Mother of fuck you're right, nice eye anon!
I mined some gold once or twice, bought a 2.5" keene dredge and got some flakes, then sold the dredge and got myself a 5" proline and got some more flakes. After all the wetsuits, replacement hoses and seals, gas and diesel and food, probably spent $3500-$4000 to get about $30 worth of gold. Hard to put a price on adventures though.
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>>2555124
That's like mining bitcoin in 2020.
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>>2554491

That's cool. It's kind of fun to have bricks of silver and shit around, even if just as a sort of collector's item.
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>>2554491
don't sell your silver

wait till the end of the summer


google clif high

Elites are keeping the price down

Cern started using silver instead of copper for a reason.

thank me later.
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>>2554125
>it will always be the most valuable thing on the planet.
ah middle school
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>>2555225
No plans on selling it any time soon. I wouldn't be tempted until like $50 ounce.

I'm sure it'll breakout eventually but I'm not expecting anything very soon or very amazing. I think precious metal stocks would be a better buy right now they started coming out of a long term downtrend last year but the uptrend its probably still just getting started. Lots of them have 2 or 3x already from last year with lots of room still to their previous ath's
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>>2555225
Silver is the best known thermal conducting element, and among the best conductors of electricity. That's the reason.
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>>2555689
>among the best conductors of electricity
the best anon
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>>2554136
would it though? It's so satisfying to see it all piled so neatly.
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>>2554963
i love your brand of autism
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>>2555225
I never heard about the cern thing so dont know anything about it. But I do know that there are a few major banks that have sold ridiculously large numbers of silver contracts. They've sold so many contracts they have a lot of reasons to try to do everything they can to keep it down. If we where to see a big enough rise then we could see a big short squeeze.
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How do the metullurgic properties of silver and gold differ, as far a shoving them up my ass are concerned
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>>2554125
>it will always be the most valuable thing on the planet.

I always thought pussy was the most valuable thing on the plant.
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best way to buy gold silver physically?
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>>2554125
I got a kilo, not interested in accumulating more unless we see a repeat of the bull market leading up to the [email protected]
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Yes - plenty. I used to work for Mel Fisher in key west. So I have held bars and bars of pure gold from the atocha and santa margerita treasure ships. It feels GOOD
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>>2554125
>most valuable thing on the planet
KEK
asteroid mining 2040 gold market collapses because of abundance screencap this i dare you
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>>2554125
JEW DETECTED
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>>2554453
>gun safe
>my family and our guns
But Anon, the best way to prevent robberies is by turning the neighborhood into a gun free zone. You are what's wrong with this world.
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>>2554125
I want to eat them
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>>2554391
Do you even understand basic orbital dynamics? Space mining is basically impossible if you want to bring that stuff back to earth.
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>>2556255
>then we could see a big short squeeze

No, we would see THE short squeeze. We would see a short squeeze to end all short squeezes.
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You sound like Goldfinger
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>>2554351
Space mining is 20Y away
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>>2554276
>>ice chest

You dumb hick, pirates don't use that
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>>2560310
nigga you just put that shit in a bag and then enter the stratosphere and let that shit drop on it's own down to earth and you track it n' shit and then shoot the rednecks pawing it n you good
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>>2554351
>Space is not reality
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>>2554125
>it will always be the most valuable thing on the planet.
Gold -- $40 per gram
Plutonium -- $4000 per gram
Californium — $25,000,000 per gram
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>>2561467
>Plutonium -- $4000 per gram
>Californium — $25,000,000 per gram
Are you aware that you can't physically touch those?
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>>2561482
OP did not specify that requirement.
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>>2561482
>>2561489
and they both make you feel ''warm''
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>>2561467
Don't forget about LSD-25, which is around $3000 per gram in crystal form, and then heavily market up when layed on blotter.

It would certainly beat plutonium once it's layed on blotter and distributed.

So yeah, californium is more valuable per gram than LSD but still. I don't know about synthesis of californium/how hard it is to aquire, but LSD is more accessible in either case and it's certainly on the list of most valuable things by weight.
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>>2561865
LSD is a molecule
Au, Pu and Cf are elements
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>>2561976
I am aware of this, but it is still one of the most valuable things by weight. No reason to limit the discussion strictly to elements.
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