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I only have a rock that displaced about 90 gallons of water in my pond
Originally posted by GodForbid
An average garden pong here in England where I'm from, would fit his description. 90 gallons doesn't sound unreasonable.
Most garden ponds are only a few feet wide and long. Maybe one or two feet deep. I don't think he's talking about a lake.
Originally posted by LunarLooney1
reply to post by MaximRecoil
Yes! The pond I bought from Lowes a few years ago says it's 120 gallons, it's all black and has a three foot deep section in the middle... probably only 10 feet in circumference. I think it is a standard pond as there were many on the shelf when I purchased mine... hope this helps!
Originally posted by Badge01
Looking at the photo of objects attracted to the stone, I noted that several things not normally magnetic are depicted as attracted.
Looking forward to seeing the video of the analysis.
Thanks for posting.
Edit: (I tested my car keys and none of them are magnetic. Those screws are usually not magnetic, either (zinc?))