Metal Detecting Australia. The Hunt For Gold And Silver In Victoria Documentary Australian Goldfields Part 1-3 Exploring The Gold Mining Town Of Beechworth Victoria Australia Established In 1852 Minelab CTX 3030 The Hunt For Lost Treasure. Please LIKE Comment Click The Bell To See More And Subscribe. Thank You For Watching... By Neil Colston The Comic Chef Digger Down Under Adventures Home Page Intro Neil Colston The Comic Chef Digger Down Under Adventures 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4BDOBCS2Rk Please See Links Below: Minelab CTX 3030 Part 4 Metal Detecting Haunted Ghost Insane Asylum In Old Goldfields Silver Relics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtFVxexLCqk&t=448s For All Your Minelab Metal Detectors & Detecting Needs... Please See Link Below: http://www.minersdenbendigo.com.au/ And Please Tell David That Neil Sent You GL & HH...⛏⛏⛏ GOLD DETECTING 2017 (How & Where Gold is: Story Builds) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KrJmEc81ZY All Complements to you Sir... Thank You Asylum Ghost Tours Beechworth https://www.facebook.com/AsylumGhostTours/ http://www.visitmelbourne.com/regions/High-Country/Things-to-do/Tours/Walking-tours/Asylum-Ghost-Tours.aspx NoHeadFred61 Power of Love Ukulele Solo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ianImo1kG0 Vincent Solo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nymaz-MWIFM https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbWXStbts8dkWrRY0w9dCCA Thank You Fred. Great Work. Please LIKE And Subscribe. Kind Regards. The Comic Chef https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqoxzgANom9juq_7CB5Mo6g Home Page Intro Neil Colston The Comic Chef Digger Down Under Adventures 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4BDOBCS2Rk
Views: 55758 Diggers Down Under The Comic Chef
Went for another dig up at reedy creek with a buddy. Really found some good gold in the same spot as last time but changed my digging tactics I decided to dig the first inch of the clay away just to see if there would be gold stuck in the clay and it payed off !!! Last time I was up there I got 0.17 over my 2 day trip this time I did a day trip and got 0.61 of a gram !!!! Not a bad day at all !
Views: 4717 Jamie Deuchar
In the Australian opal mining town of Coober Pedy, three unlikely housemates share an underground dugout and pursue their dream of finding their fortune. This segment originally appeared in the Australian television series Inventions from the Shed by Rebel Films
Views: 14944 Rebel Films
Here's a look at my new highbanker can't wait to really get out and use it as time permits ! if you haven't already check out the north east prospectors channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBy9deWNcZf4PRuE_bHDD8A
Views: 3224 Jamie Deuchar
What a pleasant surprise. Went in to do some assessment work on a claim and found that a HUGE mess someone left when the disassembles two RV in the middle of the forest was all cleaned up. Looks like someone brought in some large equipment and cleaned the whole area, including the old cabin that was burned down years ago. Also got a chance to take the ATV for a bit of a ride while I explored some roads. And did some panning, great day all around.
Views: 29878 Dan Hurd
The two gold shafts I videoed earlier this month at Norfolk Reef near Inglewood in Victoria each have a drive off them. I lowered a camera down each shaft to video these drives. Fascinating look at the amount of work involved in the pursuit of gold, using only simple tools such as a pick & shovel.
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Chris Gray owns Your Empire, a property buyer’s agent for the well-healed. After spending the early part of his career working for a global accounting form, he finally made the break to run his own business at the age of 31, when he retired from working for the man, and started to invest in real estate. Before long he started reaping the rewards of those smart money decisions and has never looked back. He’s built a $15M property portfolio of his own, works only a few hours a day, travels the world (for free) often and has pretty much worked out how to work smart, not hard. Plus in episode 409 of your favourite marketing podcast, you’ll discover why too much content is not a great idea, more listeners win big in the Monster Prize Draw, and we check in with Tom O’Toole (Australia’s favourite baker) who’s embarking on one crazy road trip! For more interviews with successful business owners, subscribe to my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK-Y1CKXLURt1hzYrbEBDbQ?sub_confirmation=1 or visit http://bit.ly/2nRCl6X Want to subscribe to The Small Business Big Marketing Show? Subscribe FREE on iTunes - https://apple.co/2FSS9NZ or Android - http://bit.ly/2BM8V3q There’s loads more tips and insights just like this that will help you build that beautiful business of yours into the empire it deserves to be. Hit the PLAY button above to listen now, or subscribe free to hear the full interview. If you have questions about working smarter and not harder, then you’ll get this answers in this interview, including: - Where did the idea for Your Empire come from? - How to network effectively? - How to make staff love working for you? - How to fly free in the pointy end of the plane? - Why and how to make marketing fun? - And plenty more... A little bit more about today’s guest Chris Gray started investing in property at the age of 22. He retired from full time work as an accountant at Deloitte at 31. Now 46, Chris has $15m+ of property in his personal portfolio; and runs Your Empire, a buyers agency that builds property portfolios for time-poor professionals, just like he did for himself. Your Empire buys 1-2 properties a week, and spends up to $5m a year on renovations for its clients. Chris also hosts the Smart Investing show on Sky News. He travel overseas 10-15 times a year, and is into car racing, motor yachts and flying choppers. Here’s what caught my attention from my chat with Your Empire’s Chris Gray: 1. I love Chris’s approach to networking where in a room of 100 prospects he’d prefer two deep conversations than 98 shallow ones. 3. Chris is the master seeder … constantly inserting (quite subtley) points about his business into the conversation. 2. I think we all need to get out and smell the roses more often. Get an Amex card! But the marketing gold doesn’t stop there, in this episode you’ll also discover: - Australia’s most famous baker Tom O’Toole is heading of on possibly the craziest road trip ever - Melbourne SEO Services Dave Jenyns explains why having mountains of content on your website may not be best practice - I give away more prizes in the SBBM Monster Prize Draw Resources mentioned: - Your Empire’s website - Donate to Tom O’Tool’s cancer fundraiser - Interview with Beechworth Bakery founderTom O’Toole - Interview with HEGS inventor Scott Bocock - Interview with I Fly Flat’s Steve Hui - Interview with Braaap’s Brad Smith - Blog post on nailing your email signature - Melbourne SEO Services Please support these businesses who make The Small Business Big Marketing Show possible: DesignCrowd is the world’s #1 custom design marketplace where, with access to 550,000 designers, you’ll get the perfect design every time. Get $100 off your DesignCrowd brief at http://designcrowd.com/timbo American Express Business Explorer Credit Card ... it’s the credit card that ensures your business expenses reward you. Visit http://amex.co/2GLI7i2 https://prospa.com/timbo is Australia’s #1 online lender to small businesses. You can quickly apply online for loans up to $250,000, get a fast decision and in most cases receive the funding in under 24 hours. Call 1300 882 867 If something in this episode of Australia’s favourite marketing podcast peaked your interest, then let me know by leaving a comment below. For more marketing tips, follow and visit: Business: https://smallbusinessbigmarketing.com Speaking: https://timreid.com.au Or connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SmallBusinessBigMarketing Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimboReid Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/sbbmshow/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sbbmshow/ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/timothyjreid/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/smallbusinessbigmarketing
Views: 427 Tim Reid
#Gold #AFL #Grandfinal2018 #vogusprospecting #nosmallcreator Well its that time of year, the 2018 AFL Grand Final, I don't personally watch footy however I'm more than happy to provide the pre game entertainment! After last weeks video I took stock of where I was heading with this channel. And I realised something, I was pushing myself to the limit of my film making ability and whilst it produced some good videos it was also fraught with stress and oversights. So I have taken it back to basics in more ways than one. I took the opportunity to do something that's not often done, on the advice of one of my subscribers I took a metal gold pan and some basic tool along with Grizzly to a new creek and I found gold and a specimen all the while filing a video I truly enjoyed making. ***Apprentice Applications*** A future video of mine is going to tackle the 101 of gold prospecting, this video will require the assistance of a green horn. Someone who has limited experience Prospecting. For this I am taking applications to take someone out and show them the ropes over the course of a day. If you wish to apply please read the following carefully. I won't be able to reply to all applicants, so those who are picked will be the only ones receiving emails. If you're not picked no hard feelings, I just have limited space and time. APPLICATIONS: to be sent via email only! ***[email protected]*** 1 - write a short bio about yourself and your experience with gold. I want to know who you are, boils and all. You MUST have limited experience, this is not a time thing but an experience thing. If you have been going for 10 years and only have a gram you're just as eligible as some one who's been going for just a month. 2 - applicants must be available for a filming day during the week. To be decided upon. 3 - no kids, sorry but the terrain and danger of mine shafts and snakes is too high and filming days can be pretty intense affairs. 4 - Must be able to get to Beechworth, Victoria, Australia. 5 - include name, email and contact number. 6 - you really got to like dogs. 7 - if you're camera shy nows the time to work on that ☺😄 Send that information through and I'll let the applicant chosen the details in early October. SOCIAL MEDIA- Website: https://www.vogusprospecting.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vo_gus_prospecting/ Join me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vogus/ Follow my Volg Channel Challenge Chris: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbfVApyFE0_FDYhpdZE6a4w SUPPORT MY CHANNEL- Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/vogusprospecting Buy my book: https://www.facebook.com/vogus/posts/491742077854485 EQUIPMENT - Pans used: Gold Claw: https://www.goldclaw.com Detector: https://www.minelab.com/metal-detectors/treasure-detectors/equinox-600
Views: 17157 Vo-Gus Prospecting
The large gold dredge at Eldorado in Victoria State, Australia remains as a reminder, when the gold fields were at their peak. It resides in the lake it created during operation.This large machine is now gradually rusting away and although some preservation has been carried out in the past, is still in the same position as when shut down in 1954.During it's lifetime, it ran all 24 hours, 6 days a week with maintenance each Sunday. When operating, it used one third of the whole electrical supply for the State of Victoria and could be heard over 20 kilometers away. The township of Eldorado is 290 kilometers north-east of Melbourne. The original video was taken approx 15 years ago with a Canon EX1 ....( Hi-8 ) camera.
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After yesterdays accidental discovery of “lucky Corner” where I found a nice picker and all kinds of colour panning, the urge to get a sluice in there was to much. Armed with my dog Grizzly and the trusty high banker I set to work. First checking exactly where the pay streak started and ended with a few test pans, saving myself from lots of work as it was only a little over 1 meter long and maybe half a meter wide. An hour and fifteen minutes later I had some sweet gold in hand!
Views: 18736 Vo-Gus Prospecting
The third webinar in our common law series concentrated on safety procedures and PPE. While previous webinars in this series have covered the employer’s liability such as duty of care and breach of that duty of care, this session, delivered by Terry Killian and Stacey Boulton from Dibbs Barker, focussed on the concept of how duty of care requires an employer to devise, maintain and enforce a safe system of work. With the use of actual case studies, Terry and Stacey illustrate what is required by the employer in a practical context.
Views: 1482 WorkCoverQueensland
Short 2 minute video of my 1/2 hour gold panning session after work with some scenery thrown in aswell in the Reedy creek/ Woolshed falls area near Beechworth in North East Victoria, after weeks of major flooding, Only my fourth time gold panning. Plenty more videos to follow... Music: https://soundcloud.com/ehrling
Views: 1658 Matt Jokinen
Ronald makes a pick that takes some beating there not so well finished as the ones in the shop but they out class them in performance hands down the handle is spotted gum and the still is spring still, The little ripper (far right of vid) that's its name is a special job with some hard weld put on it to make it even more hard wearing, The magnets I put them on, Ebay is where you buy them,
Views: 2092 Andrew James
An innovative Corrections Victoria program is helping injured birds return to the wild. Beechworth Correctional Centre's raptor rehabilitation program sees individual prisoners take responsibility for nursing injured birds back to health before they are released.
Views: 2335 Department of Justice and Community Safety
The total reef strike of gold mineralization covered by Gloy is 3km. The thickness of the reef varius between 3 and 10m. Six hundred meters of the reef has earlier been drilled giving +800kg gold at an average grade of +5 gram gold per ton with a cut off at 0.25 gram per ton. Depth of drilling was limited to 50m. Africa Mining has started a DD with the objective to verify earlier results. Local small scale mining along the reef in its extension gives grades between 5 and 9 gram per ton. Therefore, it is most probable that the mineralisation of which 600m have been drilled continues beyond the Gloy extension of the reef giving another 2,400 m of most probable gold mineralizaion. Old german miners worked down to 150m and produced +100,000 ton ore. Thus it is most likely that the drilled mineralization will continue at least down to the same depth. The anticipated extension at depth and strike considered gives a potential value of mineralsiation covered by Gloy to +MUSD700.
Views: 148 AfricaMineral
In this video I give some more information about how the gravels form in a bend and where the line of gold would be. I worked an area just after the bend for a nice result.
Views: 10196 Adventure Gold
First outing for the New 49er's Prospecting Association's 2016 season using gravity gold mining method which was used over 150 years. We are bringing it back because we have no choice at the moment thanks to California's illegal mining laws. It works pretty good! We found 11 dwt of gold, over a half oz. See more http://goldgold.com Good gold, good people, great place to Make America Great Again! Filmed on a Canon HF G30 and a DJI Phantom 4 Drone Rode videomic pro for audio Edited in Final Cut Pro X
Views: 14695 Bearkat4160
Things get exciting while prospecting in Dunolly Victoria as Ann finds a 2.9 gram gold nugget!! It was quite deep down hiding under a tree root...but after a lot of hard work digging and a loss of signal half way down for a bit, it was well worth the effort.
Views: 22581 golddiggergirls
This is my trip of discovery from Taradale to Woods Point in summer.The contrast in climate couldn't have been greater.Dry and dusty to the west and north of Melbourne and lush,with freeflowing streams and wildflowers in the mountainous east.There, it was more like spring then summer.More parts to come in the near future.Still a work in progress.Hope you enjoy..Trev.
Views: 8244 Trev's Outback and Gold Adventures
This is gold that I got from gold bearing reef that the old timers found from the Victorian Golden Triangle last year. I get the bigger sounding gold out using my Minelab SDC 2300. After that I then take the ore to a man by the name of Jamie who restores of vintage motors from the years gone by. Jamie had a restored Rock Crusher and man I was I very happy to use it to processes the ore so as I could extract the Gold out by panning it later..SAVED ME A LOT OF WORK TRYING TO DOLLY POT ALL OF THAT 80 KILO GRAMS OF GOLD BEARING ORE..! A big thank you to Kym who help put me into contact with Jamie. Special thanks to Neil Colstone for your support mate. Check out Neil Colstone The Comic Chef. Neil has a great you tube channel.. Leave a comment and subscribe then leave a comment that I sent you..! Here is a link to his channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/neilcolston Tony’s other you tube links Gold in iron stone 1 W.A 2016 https://youtu.be/EIzf8KP3aNA Gold in iron stone part 2 W A 2016 https://youtu.be/2RBy8HpojdA Pay dirt bag review 2016 https://youtu.be/ZsfjP45yBC8 Tibooburra gold trip NSW 2016 https://youtu.be/0K8ceSySJrk Sharpest Knifes 2017 https://youtu.be/6R15Ba-qTfc West Australian sunrise 2016 https://youtu.be/useznc6Jqz0 Gold at Hawk nest West of Laverton W.A 2016 https://youtu.be/lVqN9x4B3Dk How to sharpen knives... Then the sharp test. PART ONE https://youtu.be/vNvb1BsqD0Q Sharpest knives in the world..!! Cutting aluminium cans and plastic soda bottles https://youtu.be/euvMmWBAifI Coin and relic detecting. W G Grace belt buckle find. https://youtu.be/Ufaf-vV5iDw Gold in the Victoria gold fields part one of two at camp https://youtu.be/xId0C-ZnvAM Gold in the Victoria gold fields part two of two at camp https://youtu.be/XKC-xgwz1JA Gold in iron stone part 3 gold, wind and snakes at Ora Banda district https://youtu.be/5L0n8kCDVAM Survival food ( Bush Bananas ) Bush tucker food. https://youtu.be/89bBUw-_XVY Coin hunt In the Adelaide park lands after the Clipsal 500 motor race. 22 03 17 https://youtu.be/KEptv80IR2Y Gold, sunrise, camels, termite mounds, flat Tyre and yabbies. https://youtu.be/U-BNPIwL3DY Tibooburra goldfields. My safety tip on why I wear snake guards. https://youtu.be/Tixm0Z-RNGU Gold in Tibooburra. How to Grid to find more gold...... https://youtu.be/GC0bWPgSTtg My 100 subscriber’s giveaway gold nugget https://youtu.be/EHI63JXlkyU clip to a perfect pizza base https://youtu.be/pTQGdCMMrTQ Start of my 2017 gold prospecting trip https://youtu.be/gl8-zHwHBAQ Start of my trip gold prospecting to Kalgoorlie 19/04/2017 https://youtu.be/bM9F3gYRtNE Spiders hunting at night. Australia Wolf Spider. Part two of my gold trip to Western Australia https://youtu.be/85QOiEM378o Western Australia GOLD ....25-04-2017 part three https://youtu.be/67x3uqBRpLI Part 4 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/2tily_Ep5Hs Part 5 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields at Norseman https://youtu.be/ruL8kqERPF0 Part 6 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/xj_hI3850bc Part 7 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/UaCJ1CJYEAo Part 8 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/kC9N_GAwRAU Part 9 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/u0r5KeISx9Q 3x3 knives tag challenge from Bearded Seabee 82 To Famo59 https://youtu.be/0HoyYL7LQyQ Part 10 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/tgWwPcAZvOI Part 11 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields..Gold Nuggets. https://youtu.be/KzGoErVTHCw How to cook Italian sausages in a butter,lemon and red wind sauce https://youtu.be/b4S9VPjHIE0 Part 12 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields final Episode https://youtu.be/g7PXXithwbY Field test with the minelab monster 1000 https://youtu.be/hwW5KwNCLNg Gold detecting in the West Australian Goldfields. https://youtu.be/dzqp6ZXcReo Gold detecting harness for shoulder injury 2014 https://youtu.be/E-vg5tmJgW4 Crystalline Gold Specimen .Western Australian Goldfields https://youtu.be/19TgHVA05PA Some music tracks might be down loaded from Bensound at "Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
Views: 1040 Famo59
My newly completed home made Highbanker / Banjo, powered by a Honda WX-10 4 stroke pump. This was the very first test. The adjustment angles will need a bit of experimentation to get the flow and movement of concentrates through the sluice correct. Filmed near Ophir, NSW.
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With a tip from a close family friend that there was indeed ‘gold in them thar hills’ I set out to try and find it. My adventure started after dropping my partner, Zoe, off at the train station early in the morning. With the gold fever running strong I hit the river just after 8am test panning till almost midday. After identifying my spots I set the trust river sluice to work and produced some nice colour!
Views: 2697 Vo-Gus Prospecting
Well worth the stop off if you are travelling through and not that far off the hume highway. It is a monster. Certainly would not get environmental conservation approval these days!! For a great read on it please check out; http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/315511/Heritage-story-Eldorado-Dredge.pdf If you would like any more information on this video please leave a comment below and we will reply. We are now on Twitter so please follow us to get notifications of new Videos as soon as they are uploaded; www.twitter.com/ashemhughangus
Views: 1611 Family Travel Fun
I asked a friend of mine to help make a "sluicing for beginners" video. Of course he had to do the dirty work and schlepp the bucket while I pretended to be the "Movie Director". The "golden Boogeyman" got away with it. Cat Ivan approved;-)) Please rate,hate,comment, spit fire, share with friends - just DO IT! Thanks and meow from Cat Ivan We used a backpack collapsible 3-feet long plastic sluice box from Keene Engineering. The model has been discontinued. Cleaning is different from a metal sluice box as the latter one have a detachable carpet that needs to be washed into a bucket. The sluice box must slope backward for a swift water flow, the water intake should be fast and even, without great disturbances. We tested the river bank with my dowsing rod (see my video: "Dowsing for Gold") to find some hotspots and classified a little over 1/2 bucket to run through the sluice. Goes 10x faster than panning all the material in a gold pan. As you can see - there was some gold in the fluffy overburden and it will get better the deeper you dig. Very soon I will upload a video showing the deeper levels of this or other spots. We need to find more gold because Cat Ivan is hungry for special treats...;-)) Music: "News Theme" "Ghostpocalypse" & "Easy Lemon" Kevin MacLeod http://www.incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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East West Link Melbourne geological profile TunnelTalk.com #tunnelling Sign up below for our weekly Alert and be the first to get the latest news, events and informations , click here: http://tunneltalk.com/AlertSignup.php
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A story about a group of Australian geologists and web developers who won global attention through their groundwater data visualising system and the collaborative approach they adopted. Visualising Victoria's Groundwater (VVG) is a web-based system which collates scientific data on Victoria's groundwater from many sources in real time and represents it visually on a map. Developed by the Geology department and theCentre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) at Federation University Australia, the VVG project is not only a revolutionary way to explore groundwater data, it is an innovative and collaborative approach to public data sharing which responds to user needs yet respects the custodians of data. In an era where big data, open public data and high-speed broadband is transforming the way we use and access information, this project has inspired a rethink in policy and research circles on what is possible and provides a practical model of how data custodians can work together. The simple act of representing complex data on a map has sparked spin-off projects in many different disciplines, from history to fire management, and has led to new uses and applications the original planners did not think possible. The project proves that people with passion for their science and its data can work together to achieve great things. Produced by Wind & Sky Productions for the Center for eCommerce and Communications, Federation University Australia. More information available at http://www.windsky.com.au/visualising-victorias-groundwater-vvg .
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Dr John Cade AO began his tenure at Bundoora Repatriation Mental Hospital in 1939 as a medical officer. He enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) in July 1940 and was assigned to the 2/9 Field Ambulance. When Singapore fell to the Japanese in 1942, Dr Cade, along with thousands of other Allied troops, became a prisoner-of-war at Changi camp until the end of the war. On his return to Australia, Dr Cade resumed his position at Bundoora and in 1947 was promoted to senior medical officer. He strongly believed that some mental illnesses were caused by metabolic disturbance and set about testing his theory in a disused kitchen of an old ward that served as his research laboratory. The results of Dr Cade’s subsequent discovery of the calming effects produced by lithium carbonate in treating mental illness were presented in a paper entitled, Lithium salts in the treatment of psychotic excitement, published in the Medical Journal of Australia (1949). http://www.bundoorahomestead.com/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bundoorahomestead/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bundoorahomesteadartcentre
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A few reasons why radiometric dating is worthless pseudoscience and circular reasoning. Water is the single greatest enemy of uniformitarianism! Please see geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling for a more technical explanation of problems with dating methods here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syxaXOpTIKo Andrew A. Snelling is a geologist, research scientist and technical editor. He completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Geology at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, graduating with First Class Honors in 1975. His Doctor of Philosophy (in geology) was awarded by The University of Sydney, Australia in 1982 for his research thesis entitled "A geochemical study of the Koongarra uranium deposit, Northern Territory, Australia". Between studies and since Andrew worked for six years in the exploration and mining industries in Tasmania, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and the Northern Territory variously as a field, mine and research geologist. Andrew commenced in full-time creation ministry at the end of 1983, first working with the Creation Science Foundation of Australia until late 1998, including three years with Ken Ham before Ham moved to the U.S.A. From 1983 to 1992 Snelling was still required to be a geological consultant to the Koongarra uranium project. He was involved in research projects with several CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Organization) scientists, and in major international collaborative research effort with ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization) and university scientists across Australia, and with scientists from the USA, Britain, Japan, Sweden and the International Atomic Energy Agency, to investigate the Koongarra uranium deposit as a natural analog of a nuclear waste disposal site. As a result of these research endeavors, Andrew was involved in writing numerous scientific reports, and scientific papers that were published in international science journals. Education B.Sc. Applied Geology, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, First Class Honours Ph.D. Geology, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
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Crevicing, I love it! There is nothing like spending over an hour scratching out just one pans worth of dirt and seeing 50, 60, 70 or more bits of gold in that pan to reward you. But what if we looked at Crevicing on a large scale? What if we took the time to work out as many crevices as possible in one hit? That was my plan for the day. I spent the time I would be normally panning down the dirt to instead collect it in 10lt buckets so I could process all the crevices as one in my Croc Gold trap. This turned out to be an amazing idea. Better than I could of hoped, after collecting 8 buckets of dirt I then set about feeding the croc. Those 8 buckets turned into just enough dirt to 3/4 fill my Gold Claw pan and what was hiding under the black sands was something magical, a nugget! This gave both Josh and I new energy which we used to process another 12 buckets, boy did we end up with some gold! Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/vogusprospecting Another sponsor has jumped on board for my fundraiser starting March 1st. Aussie disposals in Wangaratta has donated a Life Straw system and a large turbo pan. Check them out: https://www.aussiedisposals.com.au/store-locator/ad_wangaratta/ Come to the ‘Meet & Greet’: https://www.facebook.com/events/174405083172784/ Vo-Gus Prospecting Website: Keep an eye out for my latest videos, videos of the month and a new blog series talking everything prospecting here: https://www.vogusprospecting.com/ Join me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vogus/ Buy my book: https://www.facebook.com/vogus/posts/491742077854485 Sluices used: Croc Gold Trap 30” Freshy: https://www.crocgoldtraps.com.au/ Croc Gold Trap 18” Gator Pans used: Gold Claw Pans: Australia - https://www.facebook.com/CramposProspectingAndDetectingSupplies/ USA - https://www.goldclaw.com/
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Eric and I (Erik) do some gold mining on this part 2 at this location. This was an old Keene highbanker I believe. Worked great when set well. Bring a small plastic level to ensure it has the same angles on the sides. Remember to filter tailings into a settling pond.. We push a lot of buckets and we're exhuasted. We were underwhelmed by the cleanups. I apologize for the camera sounds, hiccups, hisses, etc, as this year 2017 I hadn't yet realized the problem. Moving forward 2018 and on this won't be a problem. I also am sorry for the out of focus gold shots. This also won't be an issue. I'm very busy with multiple jobs and video projects so sorry I've been slow to get back to you all. Check out some of my other work on my "Erik Edward" channel. To protect the claim owner I have to disable comments. Sorry guys. Thanks for watching. I'll allow comments on other videos, but not ones where we jeopardize locations. Good gold to you all!
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The Indigo Gold Trail represents the first integrated approach to the development of a tourism product based on the history of the discovery and pursuit of gold across Indigo Shire. In and around Beechworth, Chiltern, Rutherglen and Yackandandah, and the villages and countryside in between, evidence of gold mining remains - from the perfectly preserved streetscapes of the towns to modest miners' cottages, from mine shafts and mullock heaps to astonishing water races carved through solid rock; from Chinese Burning Towers and pioneer graves to historic government buildings, schools and museums all dating from those early, heady days of the gold rush of the mid 19th Century. The Indigo Gold Trail ties these many fascinating elements together and offers visitors of all ages a new reason to embark on an entertaining and educational journey of gold discovery through the Shire's picturesque towns and countryside.
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The owner of Bendigo's historic goldfield GBM Gold has partnered with Gold Miners Aus to reprocess tailings from their gold fields at Kangaroo Flats in Bendigo. GBM Gold says it expects work at its Kangaroo Flat site to start in April.
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Chiltern is an historic gold mining town located in Victoria - Australia and has many featured historic buildings still to see. When you enter the town its like stepping into a movie set taking you back in time. Photography 2013 by John Boom. My original backing songs written and performed by me Johnny B. Australian Pictorials - www.australianpictorials.com Please subscribe if you like the work I do and check out my Aussie Photo site: www.aussiephoto.com
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I have never won a single thing off any Facebook page ever. I've shared, I've commented, I've liked but with thousands of people entering the chances are slim. That was until just before Christmas, I had even forgotten that I had actually entered the competition run by Croc Gold Traps, thinking the notifications were from the friends tagging me in it. But no, I had won myself a 30" 'Freshy' fluid bed sluice. I had no idea what these were and for good reason. Compared to the sluice boxes you're familiar with these are very new tech in the mining world, having only been around for a few years on a commercial level. So I hit the books. I learnt so much about these new jiggas it hurt. So ill keep it short. Jets of water make a capture chamber vibrate the dirt (exactly the same as my rubber mat in my normal sluice or like you were panning) to create a situation where stratification and exchange can happen. Basically if forces the lights up and out of the box and the heavies down. To explain stratification to you please watch the video from AU79 Prospecting that I have linked below. I had only an hour and a half to film, figure out and dig for this video so in the future I will be using this way more and will give a more in depth review, for now... Pros: -Extremely quick at processing dirt. -No classification. -Light. -Under 10 second clean out. -Quick re-set. -No extra gear needed for cleanouts (buckets etc.). Cons: -Costly compared to standard river sluice (this model). -Needs deep water flow, not going to work in arid areas. -Plastic body may (yet to be really tested) decay over time (?). The sluice I won is worth $399. However, there is a cheaper model at $299 that I would assume is just as effective. If you're like me and doing a lot of prospecting this is definitely something worth investing in, even small scale 'for profit' miners could really benefit from the speed of processing. Thanks Croc Gold Traps for the opportunity. AU79 Prospecting: ***WATCH THIS*** https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Zr7i-TuKvc&t=23s Croc Gold Traps: www.crocgoldtraps.com.au
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Gold Claw Pan Review: FULL REVIEW ON MY WEBSITE! When the Gold Claw turned up from Crampos Prospecting I was very excited, I had seen these pans on Kick Starter and had been wanting to try them ever since. My first impressions were mostly shock revolving around its unique shape. This shape did not reveal its secrets until I was out in the creek and to my inexperienced eye it looked daunting. Looking much like a gravy serving tray with a riffle board stuck on front. The pan utilises both inset and onset riffles, the main ‘riffle board’ has deep inset riffles that are at 90 degrees when the pan is vertical. This feature is the key to the whole system. After watching Gold Claws instructional video it was off to the creek! The test was held on a creek with sandy soil with a granite base, some light clays make up the pay layer and because of the high granite levels a reasonable amount of black sands and fine gold. This I feel is the type of soil this pan will excel with. The first few pans were a learning curve, getting used to running so much dirt out so quickly is daunting to say the least. Especially the reverse side reveal riffles, which take your cons down to almost nothing. I panned 6 Gold Claw pans into a regular Minelab pan so I could rework the dirt to see what, if anything, I had lost. The results were impressive. I had picked up several very tiny pieces of gold and instead of sucking them up I left them in to see how well the Gold Claw retained sub 100 mesh gold. It never dropped them. Not even one bit. That had me amazed. The extreme to which you can run dirt down had me thinking I would be losing at least some gold, but my results showed otherwise. The speed at which it works is something to marvel at, I could dig and pan down a pan of dirt in under a minute. This speed is the Gold Claws key, whilst it is small capacity it can chew through dirt at the tune of 60 pans an hour! That’s 3 times as fast as I can do with a regular pan. Its unique shape allows for a quick side to side motion that stratifies the soils and forces the gold into those huge riffles. However, it is not without its faults. This is a new product and all new products go through a teething stage. It’s up to us as consumers to test these products in real life and give our thoughts on the product so the companies involved can implement change. The first major issue I see is there is no sieve that will fit its unique shape. In my testing of other products I have found that around 40% of pans soil is made up of rock. Which is fine if you are just looking to have some fun, but this pan is about efficiency. Having a sieve to screen down dirt to fit more soil in each pan would be of huge benefit considering its small capacity (around 1 shovel). The little extra time you would spend screening would be made up with its processing power and it would also allow for the breakup of clay based soils so I hope Gold Claw soon develop a sieve for their pan. The side walls of the riffle board are open. Now when in use the design is such that no dirt can escape but when it comes to getting the concerntraits off that flat board and back into your pan it becomes a real issue. I watched the method shown on Gold Claws instructional video and whilst it does work in nice calm water we do not always have that out in the wilds. I found as soon as I went to shake it back into the pan it wanted to spread it across the board and some of it went out the open sides. After some practice this was not an issue, I managed to effectively get the dirt back in my pan. But I ask myself the question, ‘why not make it idiot proof?’ Enclosing those side edges would be easy and it would create a fool proof system that wouldn’t allow either the user or the stream to push gold back out of the riffles after all of you hard work. In conclusion I will be using this product considerably more on any loose soil systems and way more if they bring out a sieve for it! I feel like the next generation of Gold Claws is where the future of mining could lay, combined with a small fluid bed sluice you would have the ultimate in free to run processing power with fool proof gold catching methods. You’ll be losing less gold (all systems loose gold) and processing more dirt with lighter, stronger and faster gear. The future of mining feels like it’s just around the corner. PROS: -Fast processing, up to 60 pans an hour. -Holds onto the gold extremely well. -Light weight and compact. -Similar cost to a Garret Super Sluice. CONS: -Open edges, possible dirt loss. -No Sieve available. -Tricky to reveal gold caught to suck up, best to collect concerntraits. Get yours here in Australia: https://www.facebook.com/CramposProspectingAndDetectingSupplies/ Or here in the USA: https://www.goldclaw.com/collections/gold-claw-core-products Come to the ‘Meet & Greet’: https://www.facebook.com/events/174405083172784/ Vo-Gus Prospecting Website: https://www.vogusprospecting.com/
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Testing system at Turon Gates, NSW Australia. This test shows the self classifier and winged Keel Flare work well, when feed with clean river gravels(little or no clay). I will need to improve the riffle(Breadboard) section underneath to prevent clogging. It does not work at all well with clay soils as they do not breakup or move down the sluice and the heavy clay that falls through the classifier holes can clog the breadboard riffles. I will publish another video with the pump feeding the sluice, but here again, I have an issue with material been blown too quickly down the sluice. I will need some form of crashfeed control box to more evenly and smoothly feed the sluice.
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Welcome back everyone, feels like forever since iv got to go for a gold prospect, lol when you got the gold fever , every day away from the goldfields feels like a week to me lol. Come along and watch me hard at work trying to find that shiny yellow stuff we all like to call gold 🤠
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California gold crevicing - http://www.california-gold-rush-miner.us We are gold prospecting in Southern California. Actually, we are right about 20 miles west of Yuma Arizona and just a little north of Highway 8, near the Cargo Muchacho Mountains - located in the southeast Colorado Desert in the Lower Colorado River Valley, in Imperial County, California. California gold crevicing is a very popular way for the recreational gold prospector to find gold. This technique is used both in the desert and also in streams. Gold crevicing takes advantage of nature's own classifying system, thus it provides a lot of opportunities to find gold, that many other recreational prospectors overlook. To see additional photos taken on this gold prospecting trip and or to get more information on where to purchase this drone at the best possible price be sure to visit our very popular California gold nugget site. To view our large selection of real California and Arizona gold nuggets visit our site at: http://www.california-gold-rush-miner.us Also, to stay up to date with the latest gold prospecting news and gold price information, get a free subscription to our very popular gold blog at: http://www.california-gold-rush-miner.us/california-gold-rush-miner/ Also, get a subscription to our Youtube channel so you can get notified when we post a new gold prospecting video: https://www.youtube.com/user/GoldProspecter Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: information on gold prospecting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold_prospecting California gold crevicing
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