I paid € 100 entrance and got out of it with a deposit of 1500 euros
Following the "urban miner" who makes a living finding precious metals on the sidewalks of New York's "diamond district", the Telegraph went to see if the streets of London might also be paved with gold.
Originally posted by dannotz
reply to post by grindhouzer
I'm finding my nearest jewelry shop and doing this!
What an innovative idea to make some cash!
I'm shocked by the amount of money this guy can make on just 1 day!
Very entertaining post!
Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
Reply to post by MysticPearl
That's exacty what's going to happen.
But firs they'll start harassing these people for the taxes they owe.
Then they'll demand they have a license to practice this trade.
Then, if there's anybody left doing it, it will be made illegal.
And people look to the government to create jobs? lol.
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Originally posted by THEDUDE86
The dumbest thing this guy has ever done was telling people what he was doing.
Originally posted by ANNED
I have done something just like that but not in any city.
I live in Calif the golden state and have worked in the gold mining business for 45 years.
Many gold mine had mills to process there ore and if you know how the foundation of these old gold mills can have more gold then this guy will ever find on the streets of NY.
And in most cases this gold is missed by the guys with metal detectors because of all the re-bar used in these old foundations blocking the signals.
Another problem is because mercury was used in many mine mills the gold no longer looks like gold it will now be a silver color
I will not give away all my tricks in finding all this gold at old mines because i want the best to still be there for me.
And there are some real tricks using water and other things to find where the gold moves around a building foundation.
I one time recovered over 22 ounces of gold from a old mill building and the old mill equipment in two days.
The only problem was gold was only $180 a ounce back then.edit on 4-12-2011 by ANNED because: (no reason given)