posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by MaxBlack
You bring up a topic that generates a lot of conversation......Just where is all that physical gold, anyway?
I mean, the real gold bars? Which have most likely all been melted down to be remodeled into other gold shape shifting forms.
Gold is not unlike paper money. It is an imaginary commodity that everyone agrees is really extant. But isn't. It's this stuff that is out there,
Known only to George Soros and others who are specialized in cornering the rate materials commodity markets?
Surely all that tonnage of gold bars no longer sits in the basement of Fort Knox with the express purpose of keeping the military base from floating
off into the air?
Well, if the planet Earth's population gets cut down to the World War Two era population level of under two billion people, those gold bars will once
again be worth something in mass weight. Until then, gold bars are imaginary Monopoly board pieces being handled by very special people.