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Gold, Gravity, Geo(trade)politics + Super-conductors + Magnets

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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 01:25 PM
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We know gold as an universal currency. But why? Why does everyone agree to use gold as payment tool? Because we decided so? Because someone else made us to get used to it? Why gold (and silver), why not use copper or shellfish or bottle caps?

Why is gold price staggering all the time? Gold climbs the stockmarkets, never coming down. Is it natural or a design? Are the shape-shifting reptilians or templar knights trying to rebuild the Solomo Temple, or are they using monoatomic gold to boost up their mental abilities?

How about a simpler and reasonable theory? Since gold is one of the best element conducting electricity, known to us. Not as conductive as silver or copper, but gold has the highest score against corrosion. Which makes them the most durable substance, in a long time exposure toward harsh environment? Since gold is known as a noble metal, which doesnt really react with other elements in the periodic table.

Cool it down to a superconductor, using liquid nitrogen. And add magnets onto it. You should have something very powerfull as an anti-gravity machine part?

Check out this teaser video about an experiment using copper pipes and magnets. The truth about David Copperfield:



So if the NWO is really trying to horde all gold in the world, this is the most plausible explaination to me, IMHO. They are not rebuilding some ancient temple, nor handing it to aliens. But instead, manipulating people into mining gold all over the world. Using any methods, including the help of mercury, which is a danger to their own health yet the environment.

In the end only the most rich group of people will be able to use gold in their machines, which means total control about certain strategic tech. The big scenario was to dump all the gold in this planet in one place, using human greed and desire (the gold rush/fever) and monopolize the use of gold.

What do you peeps think? Do i make any sense?
Regards.
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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 01:30 PM
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Why is gold price staggering all the time? Gold climbs the stockmarkets, never coming down. Is it natural or a design? Are the shape-shifting reptilians or templar knights trying to rebuild the Solomo Temple, or ar they using gold to boost up their mental abilities?


If you look at gold prices historically. You'll notice that prices tend to rise and fall over the last 30 years.




posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 01:47 PM
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Originally posted by grey580
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If you look at gold prices historically. You'll notice that prices tend to rise and fall over the last 30 years.



yes sure, its normal, since gold is being traded all the time by everyone on the planet. sold and bought, they never stop. for the sake of profit and gain. but the big picture is GOLD WILL ALWAYS CLIMB UP ALL THE TIME (in general).
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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 01:55 PM
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I don't have a crystal ball to say we are right or wrong.

I just know that gold is cyclical.

It may not go down to the lows that it used to have. But you can count on it's price fluctuation.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 01:55 PM
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What are they going to do with the Gold again?

Lenz's law is in effect with the copper tubing and a high powered magnet, but I fail to see the link between that and the procurement of the all the world's gold.
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posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 03:33 PM
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Originally posted by abeverage
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What are they going to do with the Gold again?

Lenz's law is in effect with the copper tubing and a high powered magnet, but I fail to see the link between that and the procurement of the all the world's gold.
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how about using gold in place of copper, then combine it with your strong magnet?

hack knows what kind off tech and knowledge they possed. but this could explain all the thing around gold as primer paying tool.



posted on Jul, 6 2013 @ 01:07 PM
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Originally posted by abeverage
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What are they going to do with the Gold again?

Lenz's law is in effect with the copper tubing and a high powered magnet, but I fail to see the link between that and the procurement of the all the world's gold.
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how about using gold in place of copper, then combine it with a strong magnet?

hack knows what kind off tech and knowledge they posses. but this could explain all the things around gold as primer paying tool.
edit on 6-7-2013 by coyote66 because: repeat, bad grammar. please remove previous post, mod.



posted on Jul, 6 2013 @ 09:06 PM
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Originally posted by coyote66

Originally posted by abeverage
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What are they going to do with the Gold again?

Lenz's law is in effect with the copper tubing and a high powered magnet, but I fail to see the link between that and the procurement of the all the world's gold.
edit on 3-7-2013 by abeverage because: (no reason given)


how about using gold in place of copper, then combine it with your strong magnet?

hack knows what kind off tech and knowledge they possed. but this could explain all the thing around gold as primer paying tool.


A gold tube would increase the Lenz effect because it is a better conductor, but is impractical in large scale due to it's scarcity. Maybe if we had seriously powerful magnets and rings instead of complete tube we could make a levitating device but only within the confines of the rings. We could not have a true anti-gravity device because of this.



posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 12:57 PM
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well, they scarced gold on purpose, so it wont be used in public and everyday things. indirectly isolating this knowledge from the masses. the economic value of gold is not natural but cultural


i checked the wikipedia page of lenz law, first writen on the end of february 2003. not really much in it, just basic stuff.
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