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Where To Find Gold In The UK?

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The UK isn't just England, though that might change
I’m not trying to be a dick with you when I say. Your style of narration & tone inflection is crap, boring & so fucking annoying... It’s seems so false & put on, it detracts from the message your trying to convey..! That’s right, I said it..! Take it or leave it, it’s constructive criticism..!
Is this fools gold or actual real gold? The places mentioned have plenty of fools gold which is nothing more than gold colored metal and not genuine gold.
say area one more time I dare you
mabie add some enthusiasm into speaking cause it gets quite boring ...
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What about scotland and Wales 🤔
You sound half asleep mate.
I'm going gold prospecting soon. Anyone want to join me feel free to tag along.
Um is it possible to find gold and ruby and pirate treasure in the uk
Take a shot every time he says "areas"!
What's "wewf"? Can it be found in the pennies area?
best place in uk ??????? wot scotland not count how about wales were the gold for the royal wedding rings have been panned for years ??
Once i found over 3oz in one week '👍
1:03 by doing that tho if you find just a little gold part that can sell up to 75-112 Uk Money if you find a Golden nugget a small one it can sell up to 300-600 Uk Money if you find a huge gold piece it can sell up to hundred thousands to millions but the best place to look is the water area around Spain. In the recent years a lot of Scuba divers have found so much gold they could buy the whole of the Uk.
Hi there. I have a few things to say, Royal mines laws or act. A man found a gold encrusted nugget worth £50,000 and had to give it up in 2016 and was not allowed to speak about it for 4 years he found this piece in 2012 it's so the government could find this area and rape it of its gold. The ship that went down in the 1850s or the 1860s and the survivors were the dead people tried to swim a shore with gold in their pockets and weighed down. It's in a museum now he got a payout how much I don't know. They call it treasure trove in the past and now royal mine's law this dates back to Norman's 1066 and our ancestors became property under the laws of serfdom they passed a law to harvest your organs if you die, every year 6000 organs is needed, and yet, if you check the NHS files, you can find out, but most of these are private operations rich and foreign people are paying for these organs in our hospitals to the tune of £750,000 and operation allegedly and up to this day we are still all under this new law. Another example is owning your home, if it's over £300,000 and you just purchased it you will pay tax on it, if you sell it, and you make over than £300,000 then you will pay tax on it, if you die and leave to family members they will pay tax on if it's over £300,000 that's why if you find a small amount of gold and you got permission you can keep it, but if you haven't got permission, then it will be taken away from you. Then if you own this land, the land under your land, is not yours. It belongs to the crown or Royal mines law. So if there's oil, silver, coal and other minerals under these act's or law they belong to Parliament and the Royal mines act's. So if you find gold keep your mouth shut, OK. Goofus a small God.
Yeah one thing though its pointless mining gold in the uk. It belong to the crown and you can get jail time for it.
gold came with the earth. welsh/Scotland /England. lead quotes crystal tungsten silver. the Romans mined the lakes and wales. over the years Scotland as some gold. the sea as gold as well. by the way, you need a license in the lakes to look for minerals. thank.
How many times can I say the word, "area", in a 2 minute presentation...
Should rename to where to find gold in England not uk

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.