VLF Detectors and the Effect of Mineralization While Nuggetshooting
June 2001 by Jim StraightFor those who are perplexed and puzzled by the mystery of “hot rocks,” or are considering using a VLF-type metal detector to seek gold nuggets, please read on.
Excerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
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The walk back to the car and subsequent search for Frieda took a lot longer than I would have liked. I had wandered much further than I thought.
The Forest Service supervisor in charge of national forests in Nevada abruptly announced her resignation November 8, citing an atmosphere of "hostility and distrust" toward federal employees in the state.
...this debacle may easily lead to disenchantment with government programs in general and politicians of all stripes in particular. Historically, that kind of unrest has been positive for precious metals markets.
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