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BarraMacAnna 3 years ago
Quit Yo JibbaJabba, Gold is a chemical element, it just IS..
Deathegg 3 years ago
Ohhhh shiny.... my precious... i mean um.. yeah, chemical bla-bla yeah....
dvh 3 years ago
She has annoying voice
Vintage4life 3 years ago
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Xeromyr 3 years ago
Holy crap. No wonder why gold is so expensive. This is a ridiculously long refining process.
mmmendal 3 years ago
#5 I see what you are saying however today gold is expensive mostly due to uncertainty in other major currencies and economies or political stability: it was 5 times cheaper in 2000 than today.
samxgx 3 years ago
i wonder if anyone working there ever tried to sneak one out ny shoving the bar up their..... you know
ringmaster 3 years ago
#3, at least she keeps me awake no matter what she narrates.
silentsniper7 3 years ago
buy physical gold and silver!
cranky 3 years ago
Did she say 1 metric tonne of dirt for 6 grams of gold?
Kendiana 3 years ago
Like anything else, the price of Gold is set by its demand and availability, not totally by cost associated with mining and production.
ValdeLevis 3 years ago
In the world there are currently somewhere between 120,000 and 140,000 tonnes of gold ‘above ground’. To visualise this imagine a single solid gold cube with edges of about 19 metres (about three metres short of the length of a tennis court). That's all that has ever been produced.
makbeth 3 years ago
WTF! "gold is the softest and most malleable metal", what about mercury?
What is wrong with this woman? dont bother doing your research or anything, just go for it :/
irishgek 3 years ago
#13 Lol but http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_mercury_malleable
badboy007 3 years ago
OK since we will see 100 more of these someone find one that shows how condoms are madev
zf1 3 years ago
#13 that depends on how and at what temperature you define "soft". Caesium is softer
however, neither are malleable at room temperature. every metal is pretty malleable at one temperature or another
LiquiDnB 3 years ago
It makes me wonder, how did they do all this in ancient times? Was the process of "making gold" as complex as today?!
c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago
lol @ "how is it made"
kouzoukiz 3 years ago
i want one!
max2000 3 years ago
five kilo of dat pls, and ..some tobacco and one wiskey
fjwjr 3 years ago
"That's gold Jerry, gold!"
thorargent 3 years ago
Gold certainly is not the softest metal- cesium is, and sodium is soft enough to squeeze into shape by hand- been there, done it, wear gloves! This video is really annoying, what does she mean by "flue rite"- fluorite? And the furnace, "whose temperature is..." I didn't know the furnace was a who. Nice video, needs polish, perhaps a professional company could do this properly.
Urihep 3 years ago
#3: Yeah, in her case silence is really golden.
Highmeadow 3 years ago
LiquiDnB - That is how it is mined today because all the "easy to get at" surface gold has been found. In the past it was possible to find it on or near the surface in lumps (where erosion had exposed it).
makbeth 3 years ago
Everyone kind of missed my point...
Gold is not the softest metal.
Sure, mercury is not maleable at room temperature(as it is liquid), but it is a softer metal than gold. And its not the only one.
Im not part of the mercury fan club, I was pointing out that this woman just made up her own facts.
3 years ago
400 x 300 px
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