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    • 11.

      Some Tips on How to Find Lost Treasure With a Metal Detector

      by J C Christian - 2007-02-08
      If you happen to be one of those lucky people who lives either near the ocean or a large body of water the chances are that you could go searching for lost treasure in the sand with a metal detector. ...
    • 12.

      Reducing Violence in Schools Through Metal Detectors

      by CHARLES MCLEAN - 2007-04-10
      With the number of school shootings and violent crimes on the rise in schools, schools are looking for ways to reduce these events. One method is through hiring security and police officers to inspec...
    • 13.

      Metal Detectors Your Safest Choice

      by Barry Jenkins - 2007-06-29
      Everyone has taken the time to pass through a metal detector and known that feeling of safety associated with it. Whether at an airport or a high security prison, it can feel very safe and secure know...
    • 14.

      Treasure Hunting for Truffles

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      Black Truffles Truffles is a mushroom that has formed a symbiotic relationship their environment.  They grow underground among the roots of trees with only a few types of trees, such as cedar and map...
    • 15.

      Treasure Hunting for Tourmaline

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      Tourmaline Rough According to Egyptian legend tourmaline gets it color when it passes over a rainbow on its journey up from the center of the earth and that is why it is often referred as the gemstone...
    • 16.

      Treasure Hunting for Jade

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      Jade rough Do you have a hankering to find some Jade but you do not want to travel to China or South America for it?  Well you are in luck; you can just pick it off the ground from Jade Cove which is...
    • 17.

      Treasure Hunting for Turquoise

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      Turquoise rough Turquoise is possibly the most valuable, non-transparent mineral used in jewelry.  It has been mined since at least 6000 BC by Egyptians.  Like other opaque such as coral, turquoise ...
    • 18.

      Treasure Hunting for Emeralds

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      Emerald As with most gemstones the emerald can be created as the result of volcanic activity, where the extreme pressure and heat creates the gemstones.  Another process knows as hydrothermal circula...
    • 19.

      Treasure Hunting for Fire Agates

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      Agate Banded Fire Agates is a layered stone that is formed then water that is saturated with colloida silica and iron oxide enters a cavity in a rock and the mineral in the water starts do form new ro...
    • 20.

      Treasure Hunting for Lobsters

      by David Cowley - 2008-06-01
      American Lobsters Lobster hunting is becoming a favorite pastimes for many divers.  These tasty crustaceans, also known as bugs to divers, are delicious.  But in order to capture a lobster you must ...