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The Australian Gold Rush
This is an educational video for Stage 3 students studying HSIE in NSW schools under the old HSIE BOS NSW Syllabus. This content is still relevant to the national curriculum, under the History K-10 Syllabus. This video introduces events that had a significant impact on shaping Australia and its colonies. Students develop an understanding regarding the evolution of the colonies and early migration to Australia in the 19th century (See ACHHK095 & ACHHK096). The purpose of this video was to be used in conjunction with an IGASAR (a process model for inquiry) learning sequence as part of a university assessment for unit EDSS223 at the University of New England (UNE), Armidale NSW.
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History The Gold Rush Documentary
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Many Roads: Stories of the Chinese on the Goldfields of Victoria
In the 1850s tens of thousands of Chinese people flocked to Victoria, joining the peoples from all nations who came here chasing the lure of gold. Fleeing violence, famine and poverty in their homeland Chinese goldseekers sought fortune for their families in the place they called ‘New Gold Mountain’. Chinese gold miners were discriminated against and shunned by Europeans. Despite this they carved out lives in this strange new land. This short documentary explores the story of Chinese people in the Victorian gold rush, uncovering the routes the Chinese took to seek gold, the lives they lived and the sort of people they were. This film forms part of the Many Roads story on the Culture Victoria website: https://cv.vic.gov.au/stories/immigrants-and-emigrants/many-roads-chinese-on-the-goldfields/
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Chinese Settlement in Australia
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Tennant Creek and Surrounds
Tennant Creek is known for its gold mining history. The surrounding region, the Barkly Tablelands, is characterised by wide plains and vast skies, and with a population of 4,000, Tennant Creek is the main service centre for the area. Located 507 kilometres north of Alice Springs and around 1,000 kilometres south of Darwin, the town has a diverse history, shaped by Aboriginal culture, pastoralism and gold mining. The site of Australia's last major gold rush in the 1930s, Tennant Creek's rich mining history can be explored in the Battery Hill Mining Centre. The Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre is an award winning museum and gallery showcasing the culture of the traditional Aboriginal owners of the area, the Warumungu people. Travellers can stop at a character filled outback pub or roadhouse for an insight into a unique lifestyle shaped by isolation. Enjoy a swim in Lake Mary Ann, explore the historic Overland Telegraph Line, built in 1872, and spend a couple of star filled nights in Tennant Creek area for a truly unique Territory experience. The mysterious rock spheres of the nearby Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve, located 100 kilometres south of Tennant Creek, are one of the Outback's iconic attractions. "Please take me to Australia - find photos, videos, accommodation, sightseeing, tours, car rentals, package holidays and attractions around Australia. A total solution for your holiday, vacation or travel plans. http://pleasetakemeto.com"
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Australia. History of Australia in a Nutshell.
The animated history of Australia in a nutshell. For centuries, rumors and legends are spreading among the traders, about the Terra Australis Incognita, unknown southern land. For Europeans, this is only a tale. However, in the middle of the sixteenth century, a series of world maps are created, so-called 'the maps from Dieppe,' documenting the latest Portuguese explorations, on which a mysterious land is found, called 'Le Grand Java.' A few centuries later, the map will be considered by some as the evidence of discovering Australia by Portuguese. Soon after, in sixteen-o-five a Dutch trader, Willem Janszoon, sets sails from the Dutch East Indies to search for a new land. According to his plan, he arrives at an unknown destination and names it 'Keer-Weer.' As it turns out, later on, it is Australia, modern-day Cape York. Since that moment, the sea route is frequented by the Dutch ships, which sometimes, sailing too far away are sighting the coast of Terra Australis. The Dutch, bring Terra Australis to the world maps. In sixteen-eighty-eight, William Dampier sets out on a voyage around the New Holland, returns and convinces the Admiralty to support another expedition. In August seventeen-sixty-eight, HMS Bark the Endeavor, under the command of Captain James Cook, sets sails from England. In the year seventeen-seventy arrives at the coast of New Holland and disembarks in several spots, including Botany Bay and Possession Island and gives the land a name - the New South Wales. Cook's expedition spreads the idea to colonize the new land, and with losing the thirteen colonies, the idea grows stronger. During that time, many people in Britain live in poverty and the penalty for theft is high. Choosing between hunger, and thievery, many Brits are choosing the theft and simultaneously overpopulates the local prisons. Officially to reduce the criminal population, and unofficially to make use of the human resources British Government sends out an expedition to create a penal colony and a bridgehead for further British colonization. In seventeen-eighty-eight under the patronage of Lord Sydney, an expedition arrives at Botany Bay under the command of Arthur Philip, carrying seven hundred and thirty convicts and two hundred and fifty free men plus the crew. Discovers a large bay, founds a settlement and names it after the patron of the expedition, Sydney. British push forward, and in eighteen-twenty-seven Edmund Lockyer founds Albany in modern-day Western Australia. Britain claims the entire continent. Along the increase of the free people, resistance grows, people do not want the penal status of the land. Finally, the British Parliament convinced, agrees to stop sending convicts to some of the colonies. Since eighteen-forty sending criminals will be gradually reduced, until the tenth of January eighteen-sixty-eight when the last shipment of convicts will reach the Western Australia. In eighteen-twenty-five the population equals about sixty thousand people, to reach four hundred-fifty thousand in eighteen-fifty-one, to touch, during a gold rush, over a million and fifty thousand people, just ten years later. Locally, Aborigines are oppressed. At the beginning of colonization, Aborigines not knowing the concept of property, do no know what treaties with the Europeans can bring. They are bringing disease and plagues decimating aborigines, and also the conquest of the natives pushed out from their homelands. Until the nineteen-sixty-seven, Aborigines, will not be considered as equal inhabitants and citizens of their native land. On the first of January nineteen-o-one, a dominion of the Commonwealth of Australia is proclaimed, and Sir Edmund Burton becomes the first prime minister of the federation. Along with the outbreak of the First World War, thousands of young people on a distant continent, are at war which they do not understand. Thousands of dead and wounded shock Australian public opinion, and make them realize the difference between the British and Australian interests. The Second World War breaks out. Like two decades earlier, Australia joins war along with Britain. However, the British are being defeated in the far east. Japan quickly takes new territories. Hong Kong falls. Singapore falls. Australia is under threat. The United Kingdom put on the defensive in Europe and cannot provide support. A turning point occurs. ANZAC asks the United States for protection. Along with its victories, the US takes the opportunity to pull Australia and New Zealand under its influence. The war in Europe ends and soon after also on the Pacific, the new world order is brought to life.
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White Gold: Discovering Bhutan's natural treasure
ABC News' Bob Woodruff travels to Bhutan, a carbon-negative nation battling climate change along its rapid flowing rivers. SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: https://gma.yahoo.com/
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Coober Pedy | National Geographic
In Australia's outback, hardy prospectors search for a fortune in opals. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Coober Pedy | National Geographic https://youtu.be/V2R8RXnWwg8 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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History of Australia
Let's have a look at the History of Australia: It’s true that the ocean has given birth to many beguiling life forms, veiling it’s creations from being perceived by the world, one such creation is Australia. It all started with the prominent voyage of an Englishman William Dampier reaching the new land in 1688 which was yet to be discovered by the rest of the empire.
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Destination WA - Absolute Gold
Destination WA - Absolute Gold, celebrates the fascinating sites, history and culture of the Goldfields and Mid-West of Western Australia. Friday November 13 at 7pm on Channel 9
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Gold Prospecting Nelson Creek and Walk.
www.patreon.com/user?u=4325309 Nelson Creek has a number of short walks to choose from, including the wheelchair accessible Colls Dam Walk. To find the starting point for the walks, walk through an old hand picked tunnel and cross the Nelson Creek suspension bridge. Callaghans Track Time to the lookout: 30 min, one way Distance: 1.3 km, one way Time to Prices Creek Road: 45 min, one way Distance: 2 km, one way This easy to moderate track climbs steadily to a mossy knoll lookout point where you get a view into the bush clad valleys on either side of the ridge. On the way to the lookout point the track crosses a couple of deep tail races and a large water race as well as passing through regenerating beech. As the track climbs the forest is mostly podocarp/hardwood with rimu, miro, rata, quintinia and kamahi being the most common species. After the lookout point, the track levels out and eventually links with Prices Creek Road- a forestry road. Return by the same route. Tailrace Walk Time: 20 min return Distance: 900 m This short walk crosses a number of impressive tailraces. Old gold workings are also visible throughout the red and silver beech which are the dominant tree species. Colls Dam Walk This walk has wheelchair access Time: 40 min loop track Distance: 1.1 km This high quality walk must be started from Gows Creek carpark if you wish to get wheelchair access. The walk takes in some good examples of tailraces and tailings as well as providing a pleasant lookout point above the historic Colls Dam. Getting there From Greymouth follow SH7 about 25 km north to Ngahere. Turn right at the Ngahere-Kopara Road and carry on to the Nelson Creek Settlement. The turn off to access the picnic, camping area and walks is opposite Nelson Creek Hotel. Nature and conservation The forest in the Nelson Creek area, which is predominantly beech, is now regenerating. It was felled in the past to provide fuel and timber for huts, fluming and other mining structures, and was used in farming to a small degree. Red and silver beech can be seen on the lower slopes and hard beech on the higher slopes. Tailings The Nelson Creek area is formed from layers of sandstone overlaid by glacial outwash gravels. Gold was concentrated in trough-like hollows on the surface of the sandstone. Ground sluicing was the main method of working the gold. Sluicing needed a good supply of water which was directed over the working face, washing the gravels out. Large rocks were lifted aside and stacked as tailings, while the smaller material was washed down tailraces containing riffle boxes to 'save' the gold. Tailraces were also essential to remove excess water from the working area. History and culture Nelson Creek has had a varied goldmining history of success and decline from its beginnings in 1865, when it was rushed as a shallow creek working, which yielded shotty course gold. Some areas were rich in gold but finds were patchy. At the height of the rush over 1200 miners were scattered throughout Try Again Terrace downstream from Nelson Creek, but numbers fell almost immediately, once the productive ground was worked out. Nelson Creek suspension bridge The suspension bridge crossing Nelson Creek is a historic bridge. It was originally built in 1872 and has been rebuilt a couple of times, most recently by the New Zealand Forest Service in 1982 using the original plans. Know before you go You should wear comfortable footwear and take wet weather clothes as the West Coast is known for sudden changes in weather. Wasps will be present through out this area in summer. Take care off formed tracks as shafts and tunnels are scattered throughout the area.
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Are We Ready for Mining in the Solomon Islands?: Lessons from Australia
"Waswe, Iumi Redi fo Mining Long Solomon Aelans?: Lessons From Australia" Australians have been living with mining for over 200 hundred years. They have learnt many lessons, both good and bad. In the Solomon Islands, mining is only now beginning across the country... 'Waswe, Iumi Redi for Mining long Solomon Aelans? Lessons from Australia' shares the story of the 12 Solomon Island community leaders who travelled to Australia in May 2013, to benefit from Australian experiences of mining, conservation and culture. Over ten days they heard different perspectives from all sides, including indigenous land owners, mining companies and park managers. The group will now use this film to share their lessons with many other people in the Solomon Islands... "Many people in our villages do not even know what a mine is ... we need this information to help us make informed decisions about our future" Moira Dasipio, President of Mothers Union Isabel, Solomon Islands. For more information please contact Ms Robyn James, The Nature Conservancy [email protected] +61(0) 7 3214 6900 Filmed & Edited: Kat Gawlik Music: East Journey www.facebook.com/eastjourneymusic http://www.youtube.com/eastjourneymusic For more information on East Journey please phone +61 488 469 106
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Frank Gardiner - The Gold Escort Robbery
Frank Gardiner – The Gold Escort Robbery. In part 4 Frank Gardiner will undertake the largest gold robbery in Australian history. We will try an find out who was at the robbery and what happened to the gold.
The Bendigo Creek Story
This film traces the history of the Bendigo creek to explore the the savage environmental impact of mining on the local environment of the Bendigo goldfields. Video directed and written by Gerry Gill Produced by Daz Media Copyright Gerry Gill, 2013 This film forms part of the Mapping Great Change story on the Culture Victoria website: http://www.cv.vic.gov.au/stories/land-and-ecology/mapping-great-change/
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Ollie Dobratz
Curator of the Walhalla (Post Office) Museum and former guide of the Walhalla mines, Ollie Dobratz talks about the history of the town, while perusing images from an album of pre-1905 Walhalla images. Filmmaker: Sophie Boord Copyright West Gippsland Regional Library Corporation This film forms part of the Walhalla: fires, floods and tons of gold story on the Culture Victoria website: http://www.cv.vic.gov.au/stories/a-diverse-state/walhalla-fires-floods-and-tons-of-gold/
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BBC Hard Talk On the Road in Australia The Mining Business
In the second of a three part series of special programmes from Australia, Hardtalk takes a look at the country's extraordinary resources boom. Thanks to China's insatiable demand for coal, iron ore and other commodities the Australian economy has avoided the economic woes of the west and continues. Filmed by Cameraman Andrew Psarianos.
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National Geographic Gold mining in Alaska Megastructure Documentary - The Best Documentary Ever
Gold mining in Alaska, a state of the United States, has been a major industry and impetus for exploration and settlement since a few years after the United . Megastructures - How The Gold Was Made Documentary 2017 - National Geographic. The research is published in Nature. During the formation of Earth, molten . The TauTona Mine or Western Deep No.3 Shaft, is a gold mine in South Africa. At approximately 3.9 kilometers (2.4 mi) deep, it is currently home to the worlds . From the bustling city of Anchorage to the ghost town of Kennecott, from the history of the Klondike Gold Rush to the heritage and culture of Alaskas native .
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Lucky Discoveries That Made People Rich
From the largest opal in the world, to rare viking treasure hoards, here are lucky discoveries that made people rich! Subscribe to American EYE! 5. Lost Pollack Painting Sometimes you might knowingly have something in your house that you just don’t know is worth a lot of money This was the case for a man living in Scottsdale Arizona who had a college of modern art painting that he just found to be intriguing. He called over some experts to take a look at one of his signed laker posters which was only worth about 300 bucks but the experts noticed something else in the garage that caught their eye! They noticed the series of smears consistent with a modern artist consistent with Jackson Pollock. This American painter is considered a major figure in abstract expressionism and his paintings are worth big bucks! The painting heavily damaged but even then, still worth some serious cash. The had it authenticated by an another expert who closely examined the painting and claimed it was indeed authentic and could sell for anything from 10 million to 15 million dollars! 4. Boulder Matrix Opal It seems like digging around in Australia could certainly pay off. The world’s largest opal matrix was discovered in Queensland Australia in 2011 and this amazing stone has 55,000 carats! That’s about 25 points of pure opal! The previous largest opal ever discovered only was 6,100 carats. This mammoth find took place in the dry outback which receives very little rainfall. It measured in at about 10 inches in length and is valued at 1 million dollars! 3. Jersey Iron Age Coins A great deal of coins were found on the Island of Jersey in 2012 and it may shock you This island in the English Channel that contains a great deal of French and English culture but also contained a massive treasure. After searching for this treasure for 30 years, two amateur treasure hunters found these coins that date back to Iron Age. But no, these weren’t made of iron but silver and was the largest haul of celtic coins to have ever been found. Each coin you see in this person’s hand was found on the island of Jersey is worth at least 200 pounds each, and you can tell they’re still in great condition. This makes the total discovery worth 10 million pounds or 12 million US dollars. They were found under 3 feet of soil under a hedge in someone’s farm. The coins were packed in a clay chest and literally weighed a ton! It’s believed that it was stashed here to keep the Romans from plundering it during their conquest of the British Isles. 2. Sutter’s Mill Gold Discovery Now for a little bit of history. Sometimes when you discover something, you might make other people rich but not necessarily yourself and this was the case for John Sutter. This guy had some bad luck. James Marshall who worked at Sutter’s Mill discovered a massive golden nugget and told his boss John Sutter about it. The two decided to keep it a secret for a while but hired some men to help them pan out the gold. We’ll it turns out that all the miners they hired were a bunch of no good thieves and they stole basically all the gold they came across. The miners basically told everyone that there was gold in them there hills and this is what brought millions of people seeking fast riches! Fortune seekers from all over the world like from China, Germany, Mexico, Ireland Turkey and of course the easter united states, moved to California during this period After all his employees cheated him and took off with gold found on his land, the gold ran out and he was left basically penniless. He decided to give up on the california dream and moved as far away as possible. California officially became a state in 1850, partially thanks to there being gold here. If this moment in history never happened, the western united states would most likely be much less developed and less rich. Now you know why california is called the “Golden State”.1. The Whydah Discovery The Whydah was a British slave ship that was originally captured by “Black Sam” and was found off the coast of Cape Cod in Massachusetts in 1984 by Barry Clifford. He actually credits a pirate treasure map that many discredited as being false. It seems to be the holy grail of pirate discoveries! Priceless artifacts were discovered including 200,000 individual pieces were received under only 14 feet of water. Rare gold and silver coins, gold jewelry and artifacts, cannons, sword handles and even a boy’s leg! The boat is believed to carry the plunder of 10 ships. Spanish Galleons were relentless looted by Black Sam until him and his crew were swept away by a strong storm in 1717. Divers pulled together huge clumps of gold coin masses that stuck together from years of being underwater. A museum exhibition called “Real Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah, from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship”, toured the United States.
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Australia 1940s
Stock footage link: http://www.footagefile.net/media.details.php?mediaID=MjM1NTk4ZDI4Y2Y0MDk= Australia 1948. man and boy standing in front of flag, man pointing something out to boy, CU Australian flag, VS map of Australia, map of the world / globe, aerial Sydney / Sydney Harbour, ship unloading goods in Sydney Harbour, exporting of wool. processing wheat, ship dock, Sydney - downtown Sydney street traffic, car pulls up to gas station, POV storefronts, POV suburban houses, POV church, EXT. school - students going to class, small plane taking off, aerial view of Australian factories, aerial Blue Mountains, aerial farmland in Australia's central basin, aerial Hume Dam, remote station / ranch - water tank, farming, herding sheep, VS kangaroo, train travelling across desert, POV train track, gold mining station - gold mining production, CU gold bars, WS Canberra, EXT. Australian National Library, Australian Parliament.
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Australia: A Continent Adrift | Full Documentary
▶FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://planetdoc.tv/playlist-full-documentaries "Australia. A Continent Adrift" full documentary in which we discover how animals that populated this part of the supercontinent Gondwana have evolved as to what the Australian continent adrift in the ocean. The story of the inhabitants of this Terra Australis can be traced back to the distant days when all the continents of the southern hemisphere were one. The world was then a warmer, and more humid place, in which enormous dinosaurs ruled over a zoology in permanent evolution. The remains of that universal jungle can still be seen in the north east of Australia, and are now home to the descendents of the long extinct dinosaurs. The birds are the most numerous species in this green, suffocatingly humid world. Their ability to fly meant they were not condemned to isolation like the land creatures of Australia, and competition with the species from the rest of the world produced new types of bird, which then came to these Jurassic forests, and stayed forever. In those distant forests, one hundred million years ago, there lived different types of mammals who sought to ensure their survival by using different means of reproduction. The monotremes, the oldest of all, were mammals, but laid eggs; the eutherians gave birth to completely developed young; and the marsupials, somewhere between these two extremes, completed their development outside the mother’s body. The jungles of South America were, like those of Australia, once part of Gondwana. Back then, monotremes, marsupials and eutherians coexisted in the primeval forests. But the last of these three, little by little, gained ground, as their new evolutionary prototypes improved. The new mammals not only had placentas, they were also more intelligent, and they took over the majority of the habitats of the monotremes and the marsupials. But defeat was not quite as absolute as people tend to think. Because, in the South American night, old ghosts from Gondwana still hide. Everything began with a great journey across the Indian Ocean, millions of years ago. This was just the beginning of the great marsupial adventure, a period of enormous changes. On its journey northwards, Australia became increasingly warm, and its jungles became smaller. The climate of the island slowly changed. The plants had to adapt or die. Each change in the climate meant a change in the vegetation, and each one of these was followed by an endless number of adaptations by the animals. And Australia continued moving north on its slow journey across the Indian Ocean. The closer it came to the Tropic of Capricorn, the more temperate the climate became. Where once there had been jungle, vast open plains appeared The pasture took over the land, and new colonists appeared, some of them close relatives of those who still now live hidden in the last remaining jungles of Australia. The trees of the jungle were always a place of refuge and expansion for the marsupials. As foliage became sparser, due to climate warming, they were forced to colonise the plains and grasslands. The koala was able to colonise the eucalyptus forests thanks to an adaptation which would seem impossible – the ability to feed on its leaves. The leaves of the eucalyptus tree are a combination of low-quality food, indigestible material, and active poisons. Any animal that could adapt and make use of these leaves would have absolutely no competitors. And that is precisely what the koala did. The koala is an example of the incredible versatility of adaptation of the marsupial mammals of Australia. The duckbill platypus is one of the three species of monotremes mammals that lay eggs, a shy animal which lives in some rivers in the east of Australia. The other two are echidnas the long-snouted variety in New Guinea, and this one, the short-snouted variety, which can be found throughout Australia. Australia continues on its slow drift northwards, at a speed of six centimetres a year. At present, a narrow strait is all that separates the fauna of the two continents. But what will happen when the animals of Asia and Oceanía come into direct contact? There may well be enormous upheavals in the uncertain future of this continent. It is easy to image that the evolution of its landscapes and animals will undergo far-reaching changes. But, probably, when new, specialised creatures adapt to the unique conditions of these forests or deserts, causing many of the evolutionary prototypes that now dominate Australia to die out, in the farthest depths of the jungle, with their pacific and archaic way of life, there will continue to be echidnas and duckbill platypuses. And, as in Gondwana in the distant past, there will continue to be mammals who lay eggs.
Gold History of NC
Until gold was discovered in California, North Carolina was the leading gold producing region in the United States. Come visit the NC site where the rush to find this elusive element began. Produced by UNC-TV and Our State Magazine, with generous funding from BB&T. For further info, visit www.unctv.org/ourstate.
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Australia - End of the Mining Boom in Australia - BBC Our World Documentary
Australia - End of the Mining Boom in Australia 1 of 2 - BBC Our World Documentary, recorded 08.07.2009 I'l see if I can find a fitting description, but the title really says it all ... Here the BBC questions if the Mining Boom in Australia is over, following the financial downturn... We of course all know that it cannot be over, its at worst just recovering from a bad cycle. But interesting viewing...
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The Great California Gold Rush : Documentary on the History of America's Gold Rush
The Great California Gold Rush : Documentary on the History of America's Gold Rush (Full Documentary). This Documentary you're sure to enjoy and it'll probably make you think. It's part of a series of exciting and educational documentaries. This Youtube channel is for learning and educational purposes. Learning and Education are fundamental and important in today's society and becoming increasingly more accessible and convenient online. The availability of important information which is also entertaining helps everyone grow mentally and emotionally as people both individually and as a whole. Documentaries are the resource of choice of the information and internet generations of students around the world. The documentary here along with the other documentaries on this channel relate to important times and people in history, historic places, archaeology, society, world culture, science, conspiracy theories, and education. The topics covered in these video documentaries vary and cover about everything you could possibly want to know including ancient history, Maya, Rome, Greece, The New World, Egypt, World wars, combat, battles, military and combat technology, current affairs and events, important news, education, biographies, famous people and celerities, politicians, news and current events, Illuminati, Area 51, crime, mafia, serial killers, paranormal, supernatural, cults, government cover-ups, the law and legal matters, corruption, martial arts, sports figures, space, aliens, ufos, conspiracy theories, Annunaki, Nibiru, Nephilim, satanic rituals, religion, christianty, judaism, islam, strange phenomenon, origins of Mankind, Neanderthal, Cro Magnon, Inca, Aztec, Persia, Maya, Indus, Mesopotamia, monsters, mobsters, time travel, planet earth, the Sun, Missions to Mars, The planets, the solar system, the universe, modern physics, String Theory, the Big Bang Theory, Quantum Mechanics, television, archaeology, science, technology, nature, plants, animals, endangered species, wildlife, animal abuse, environmental concerns and issues, global warming, natural disasters, racism, sexism, gay and lesbian issues, and many other educational and controversial topics. Please enjoy and Learn Responsibly!
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🇨🇳 China's African Gold Rush | 101 East
Ghana is one of the world's poorest countries, yet it is rich in gold. For a decade now, Chinese miners from the region of Shanglin have travelled there to try their luck mining gold. 101 East travels to the middle of the tropical rainforest to meet the Chinese miners and Ghanaian workers trying to escape poverty. But is this gold rush really benefiting the impoverished nation, or is all the money going back to China with the miners - leaving Ghana with an environmental bill to pay? More from 101 East on: YouTube - http://aje.io/101eastYouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/101east Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj101east Website - http://aljazeera.com/101east - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Cultural link between British mining town and Aboriginal Australia
At first glance, people in a former mining town in the north-east of England might not have much in common with aboriginal Australians, but a British academic says they do. To prove it, he has brought the two cultures together. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports.
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Swaziland: Gold Mine of Marijuana (Part 1/2)
Check out more episodes of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3Yd7M3JNlw&index=2&list=PLDbSvEZka6GH9XhvsMrwH7hC52LGWbXEQ Watch part 2 here: https://www.youtu.be/pM7ZBT9SO1M Swaziland is a landlocked country sandwiched between South Africa and Mozambique. Despite Swaziland's small size, it boasts more hectares of land dedicated to growing Cannabis than all of India. It is also home to Swazi Gold, the legendary sativa strain. Hamilton Morris travels to Swaziland hoping to chemically analyze the cannabinoids present in some of the local strains. Instead, he finds a country steeped in political corruption and economic turmoil. Cannabis is viewed by many growers, users, and politicians as a drug that will cause insanity, but it may be Swaziland's only hope for economic stability. Check out the Best of VICE here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Best-Of Subscribe to VICE here! http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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The History of Gold.
This article shows how Gold & Silver have been deemed to be highly valuable for thousands of years and how Gold played a vital role in each culture. Gold & Silver are the only constant asset that have always held its value since the beginning of time. In this article you will learn more about how it was found, valued and worshipped from all walks of life. Checkout the article here: http://onlygold.com/Info/History-Of-Gold.asp Only 4 Silver Slayer Bars left! http://www.ericsonmint.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=57&zenid=6cf4618b853ad629972a2d1bc03faf1d
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Chilean Mine Rescue Timeline
An animated timeline of the rescue efforts to save 33 trapped miners in Chile. Seth Doane reports.
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Pyramids In Australia?
Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory Recently we covered the unusual connections which have been made between the ancient Egyptian civilization, and the Australian continent. The strange, yet not often discussed discoveries, such as that of Tutankhamun’s vast boomerang collection, found in-situ within his ancient tomb. The vast and extremely controversial hieroglyphs discovered near Queensland, known as the Gosford glyphs, locally known for centuries as the woy woy hieroglyphs, which clearly depict the burial ceremony of an Egyptian god, the cross pacific voyage undertaken, and a pyramid supposedly constructed upon the continent. There is however so much more… At Tin Can Bay, the chosen location of this once existing ancient Egyptian pyramid, for some reason, over the last century a massive cover up operation has ensued, the pyramid subsequently bulldozed onto a barge and the stone dumped off Fraser Island. The 10 to 12 men who were involved in this lengthy, destructive and highly criminal task, all signed secrecy agreements with the Australian Government, agreeing to never to tell anyone of their operation to rob Australians and the rest of the world of a true historical understanding. Many people have researched this destroyed, controversial structure, and through extensive excavations, and fact finding exhibitions, have fortunately confirmed its past existence beyond any doubt. Although other ancient ruins have been found in the area, all have been extensively researched by individuals funded by organisations who would prefer that they arise at certain conclusions, thus they have largely been put down as being built within the last 200 years in many academic papers… However, many independent investigators and authors Brett J. Green in particular, has spent over 20 years attempting to decipher the pyramids mysterious existence. Brett has been able to confirm that the pyramid was noted as existing, by the very first white explorers to the area, and that the aboriginal population had been aware of the structure for millennia. During numerous excavations of the tin can bay area, several large stone statues were recovered, it is difficult to deny an attempted suppression of the pyramids discovery, when you made aware of the fact that out of the 5 animal statues unearthed at the site, only 1 survives… Thanks to being buried within archives at the time of the other statues disappearances, The fifth now known as the gympie ape, a creature not native to Australia, was quietly placed within the collections of the Gympie Historical Museum, though no real details of its astonishing reasons for existence are covered within the museum. The book ”Pyramids of Destiny - Lost Pacific Colonies of the Bronze Age God-Kings” by Rex and Heather Gilroy. Leaves little doubt that Australia was known and visited by just about every ancient maritime culture on Earth. One of the latest finds supporting this contention is the carved sandstone idol of the Mayan rain god, Chac Mool, unearthed by Rex near the jungle-covered stone ruins on the Endeavour River near Tin Can Bay, in Queensland. The relic is indisputable proof of an Amerindian voyage here via the Pacific Ocean currents anywhere up to 2000 years ago. Yet well before that time through his extensive research, he has concluded the continent was being colonised and extensively mined, by peoples from south-eastern and mainland Asia, and Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean regions. Explaining the presence of ancient Egyptian style mummification rites once practice among the Torres Strait Islanders and Cape York Aboriginal tribes, as well as associated rites and beliefs have also paralleled the same teachings of the religion of Osiris. Although many scholars, funded for many different conclusions, have all attempted to discredit the gympie pyramid as a modern knock off, this is in staunch rejection of the overwhelming, and very real evidence, in the form of cultural artefacts which paint a very different picture of events, events which occurred within antiquity. You have to wonder, Why is a story based entirely in fiction is passed off as the truth? One of our favourite set of artefacts defending a factual account of history, have to be the scarab beetles, which, while certain “authorities” clearly attempt to keep the lid on Egyptian culture within Australia, cannot seem to get away from… These beautiful things just keep being unearthed, the first such artefact which managed to make it to popular attention, before disappearing forever, was a specimen made from chert, dug up by a workman in 1976 very near to where the gympie pyramid once rested. The truth it appears, is indeed out there. It is just a case of finding it https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gympie_Pyramid http://www.mysteriousaustralia.com/egyptians_australia_mainpage.html
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Sovereign Hill Promotional Video
Immerse Yourself In the Excitement of Ballarats Goldrush Days at Sovereign Hill! Australias foremost outdoor museum, Sovereign Hill re-creates Ballarats first ten years after the discovery of gold in 1851 when thousands of international adventurers rushed to the Australian goldfields in search of fortune. By day, Sovereign Hill is where Australias history comes to life! Its just like stepping back in time - from the hustle and bustle of Main Street where costumed ladies and gents parade their new-found wealth, to the excitement of the Red Hill Gully Diggings where you can pan for real gold and its yours to keep! At Sovereign Hill, you can see a spectacular $100,000 gold pour, venture underground on a fully-guided gold mine tour or catch a horse-drawn coach and tour the town. Go shopping 1850s-style and visit hotels, schools and a theatre with goldfields entertainers. See steam-driven machinery in action and chat with our wheelwrights, candlemakers and confectioners as they ply their trades.On our streets and in our theatre, you will be entertained by costumed goldfields characters who are happy to pose for a great photo By night, Sovereign Hill presents its spectacular, multi-million dollar sound- and-light show, Blood on the Southern Cross, the dramatic story of the 1854 Eureka Uprising. Sovereign Hills commitment to authenticity and value-for-money family entertainment saw us judged as Australias Best Historic and Cultural Experience 2009 by Travelling in Australia Magazine.
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Michael Tellinger: Stone Circles and Ancient Gold Mines in South Africa FULL LECTURE
Subscribe to our channel at http://www.youtube.com/megalithomaniaUK. http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/2010dvds.html - Filmed at the Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury on 9th May 2010. Description: Over 1 million circular stone structures lie scattered throughout southern Africa. Until recently these have been called cattle kraal, of little historic value. Extensive research by Michael Tellinger and others has revealed that these are the remains of a vanished ancient civilization dating back tens of thousands of years. It covered an area larger than modern day Johannesburg and London together. Tools, artifacts, and petroglyphs indicate that the Egyptians and Sumerians got much of their knowledge and imagery from this vanished civilization. All of this is crowned by a stone calendar now called Adam's Calendar that is forcing the academics to question human origins. Scientific evidence shows that this was also a gold mining culture and many prehistoric gold mines are still present throughout the area. Biog: Michael Tellinger has become one of South Africa's bestselling export authors. His regular articles on human origins and his book Slave Species of God have been praised by readers in over 20 countries. He graduated in 1983 from the University Of Witwatersrand Medical School, Johannesburg, with a B.Pharmaceutics degree, a passion for the cosmos, genetics and human history. His research and astute understanding of his subject matter has made him a regular guest on many radio shows in the USA and UK. Filmed by Nautilus AV Productions. Websites: http://www.michaeltellinger.com http://www.megalithomania.co.uk
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New South Wales, Australia
New South Wales is Australia's most populous state. Its capital, Sydney is the country's oldest, largest and most cosmopolitan city, centred on its spectacular harbour. The state's coastal areas offer endless sandy beaches next to sleepy coastal communities. The Great Dividing Range stretches the length of the state from north to south, including the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains and Australia's largest ski resorts in the Snowy Mountains. West of the range are the plains and the outback, gold mining, history and rural communities all the way to the red dust. Along the way you'll find Australia's premier wine regions of Mudgee and the Hunter Valley, the rainforests of the North Coast and New England, and hidden natural wonders to discover. The home of a large number of Aboriginal tribes for thousands of years, New South Wales was only settled by Europeans in 1788 - spreading outwards from Sydney. The name was given by Captain Cook 18 years earlier during his first voyage of discovery, after the country of Wales. It is unknown whether he intended to name it after South Wales, or whether this new land was the Wales of the South, but the cliffs he was passing to the south of Sydney bear a striking resemblance to the cliffs along the Welsh Cambrian Coast. New South Wales is the most populous state in Australia. Most of that population is concentrated in Sydney, which has 4.2 million of the state's 6.7 million inhabitants. The next largest cities are (in order) Newcastle and Wollongong. After that the larger cities and towns in the state are merely moderately-sized regional centres of 40,000-50,000 people. Many of the cultural sights are concentrated in Sydney and nearby. However, this isn't true of historical or natural sights. Many of the state's most beautiful natural sights, obviously enough, lie well outside the Sydney metropolitan area. Australian history and identity is to some extent tied up with rural settlement and lifestyle, and thus you will find many of the outlying regions of New South Wales base their tourism industry around pioneer and rural history. QUESTIONS? We would like to hear from you! If you have any comments or questions about this destination or just need some general travel advice, feel free to leave a comment below! ABOUT VideoVoyage.TV is a travel channel specializing in informative videos about various travel destinations around the world. We are publishing a short video every day starting with places around Southeast Asia, but planning to extend our coverage to Europe and the Caribbean in the upcoming months. SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT Website: http://videovoyage.tv Google+: http://google.com/+videovoyagetv Twitter: http://twitter.com/videovoyagetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/videovoyagetv Tumblr: http://videovoyagetv.tumblr.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/videovoyagetv YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv
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Mining for Gemstones in America's Backyard
On this week's episode, Natalie takes you through multiple public mining state parks like Rockhound State Park in New Mexico. Watch along as she explains the different kinds of gemstones you find in America's own backyard. Subscribe to JTV: http://www.bit.ly/subscribejtv Check out JTV's Gemopedia: http://www.jtv.com/library/gemopedia JTV is one of the leading experts on gemstones and is the best source on YouTube for all things gem related. Featuring gem history, the science behind the stones, gemstones in pop culture, and much more, you too can become a gem expert by immersing yourself in JTV’s channel. Natalie, our host, is a Graduate Gemologist and an Applied Jewelry Professional. Website: https://www.jtv.com/gemstones Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jtvgems/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jewelry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jtvgems Sisk Gemology Reference: http://www.jtv.com/sisk-gemology-reference.html
Views: 101417 JTV
Ancient Ghana
Citations; https://prezi.com/s_ckn_whtkxm/ghana-2/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADOSXAUS8us https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3x-IwaVhnmo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s4HXaHstt8 https://2012expo.wordpress.com/2012/07/02/july-2nd-lets-meet-the-world-ghana/ http://www.ducksters.com/history/africa/empire_of_ancient_ghana.php http://www.ghanaisgood.com/ancient-ghana http://utafebruary2011ancientghana.blogspot.com/2011/03/economy.html answersafrica.com ancientghanaempire.weebly.com myafricansojourn.blogspot.com mrgrayhistory.wikispaces.com www.nairaland.com commons.wikimedia.org http://www.ducksters.com/history/africa/empire_of_ancient_mali.php ed101.bu.edu http://799419858724990172.weebly.com/how-does-ghanas-ancient-culture-affect-it-today.html https://ancientafricad.wikispaces.com/Ancient+Ghana+Trade http://www.mining.com/gold-mining-declining-fast-in-africas-second-largest-gold-producer-ghana-57050/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/africa/features/storyofafrica/4chapter1.shtml. "Kingdom of Ghana." Ushistory.org. Independence Hall Association, n.d. Web. 03 Sept. 2015. "Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History." The Empires of the Western Sudan: Ghana Empire. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Sept. 2015. "Ancient History Encyclopedia." Ancient History Encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Sept. 2015. BBC. "Ancient Ghana." The Story of Ghana. BBC, n.d. Web. 7 Sept. 2015. "Empire of Ghana." Gale Encyclopedia of World History: Governments. Detroit: Gale, 2009. Student Resources in Context. Web. 7 Sept. 2015.
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Welcome to Top10Archive! As we return to our trip around the globe, we’re stopping in a rather revered country, one that many wished to see. As we digitally travel to The Land Down Under, we're going to meet 300 jolly surfers, we'll see what mum has got cookin' for all of your Wally siblings, we'll yabber about some Boomers, and we promise, there isn't a Buckley's chance you'll be disappointed. This video, as Australians would call it, is the Dinky-di. Support us by shopping on Amazon! http://tinyurl.com/njwyzzn 10. Australia’s Innovations 9. Famous Australians 8. Australian Cuisine 7. Tourist Attractions in Australia 6. Australia's Wildlife 5. Australian Gold Rush 4. Australian Ballot 3. Australian Holidays 2. World Records 1. The Island of Misfit Boys References: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zcewtdam28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLOsQViPLhw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZuXZyZsczY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGo5CEqi5qc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAGnsCiV1o0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFrpgJLqW7c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcRWAVl9xjc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=­GXgtJMCpl4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_Y8rbYc8iM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5jM_BJMUY0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7PRzZ_Z8xU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_4wPhhSDY4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp3x5TrRRAE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q273LE0Tm4U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MP2Wt3AgC3Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKEC2FCo76c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feVOwtwR4OM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gemOMw5KO4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVtHky5QQHA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xV4xiBfmz3g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuFr76btbnE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Diq2XBl9tkY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prg7wNikGXY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoW2A_vqwpQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tt0o7cuKY4E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmxWYuaG9e0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0dN0obCcb8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d19ftAVN1Io https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eoZ_hzqsNw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjOYKpMeAUk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCFE1afbrbs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09EDXj9XpSI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnUNEkMsjfY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6qOe5rvvYo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJEawKILe_A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsFGEDg25zY Voice Over Talent: https://www.youtube.com/user/thought2
Views: 708755 Top 10 Archive
Michael Tellinger Explains WHY the Anunnaki Needed Humans to Mine Gold
Michael Tellinger says "put yourself in their position!...LIKE! COMMENT! SUBSCRIBE!
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Quirky museums: Gold affair in Australia
Ballarat Gold Museum in Australia, a very beautiful historical museum built at the backdrop of 19th century portrays the history of gold in a visual appealing form. Watch more videos: http://goodtimes.ndtv.com/video/videos.aspx?yt
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Labour History in Australia 1: Labour prior to invasion
Part 1 of the labour history in Australia course run at Black Rose https://blackrosenewtown.wordpress.com/2015/08/22/australian-labour-history-composition-decomposition-recomposition/ Labour in Oceania’s position in the world system before invasion. What was your face before your mother was born? Can there be a working class in Australia before there was an Australia? Before there was a working class? What was the composition of labour prior to the invasion of Oceania? Did labour exist in Aboriginal cultures? Did labour exist in Torres Strait Islander culture? How did labour exist in Maori cultures? Labour in European military and trading ships, its composition. Labour and the working class in the Isles of Britain: position of the Irish and Scottish (a Scottish foreman is most desirable); enclosure of English agriculture and the working class’s composition. Urban and Mining working classes in the Isles of Britain
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One of our ADVENTURE IS PROSPECTING (gold hunting) At Marybourough Victoria
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Australian Culture from Cobar in 2002
Some traditional Australian culture , recorded live in 2002, at ''The Great Cobar Heritage Centre,'' formerly known as ''The Cobar Museum.'' The site once contained ''The Great Cobar Mine'' and the annual ''Festival of The Miner's Ghost'' relates to an incident reported to have happened in the building, not too long ago..Cobar is located in mid-west New South Wales, Australia, & has also been mentioned as ''the town with streets of gold,'' relating to the ''slag'' produced as waste from the early mining operations being used in laying the early roads, & said to contain traces of gold.
Michael Tellinger: Connecting the Dots - The Great Human Puzzle - NEW FULL LECTURE
Subscribe to our channel at http://www.youtube.com/megalithomaniaUK. Long before the Egyptians saw the light of day, an advanced civilisation of humans lived in southern Africa mining gold. These were also the people who carved the first Horus bird, the first Sphinx, built the first Pyramids and built an accurate stone calendar right in the heart of it all. Adam’s Calendar is the flagship among millions of circular stone ruins, ancient roads, agricultural terraces and thousands of ancient mines, left behind by the Anunnaki and a vanished civilisation which we now call the FIRST PEOPLE. - The Lost Civilisation of Southern Africa - Origins of Humankind - Adam’s Calendar and the Stone Circles - Gold Mining Empire of The Anunnaki - Advanced Technology of the Ancients - Nature of Reality – Sound and Cymatics - The Rise of Consciousness Today - Exposing The Banking & Corporate Fraud - Human Beings vs. Citizens and Legal Fictions - What do we do when the global economy collapses - UBUNTU Contributionism – A world without money - Convergence of Science – Spirituality and Consciousness Filmed at the SCA Conference by Gary King and Hugh Newman, July 2014, South Africa. Copyright Megalithomania 2014. All Rights Reserved. DO NOT RE-UPLOAD TO YOUTUBE. THANK YOU. Michael Tellinger is a scientist, explorer and internationally acclaimed author of numerous books who has become an authority on the vanished civilisations of southern Africa, and the origins of humankind. His research and discoveries of an advanced vanished civilisation in South Africa includes a diverse field of research and touches on human origins, spirituality, science & consciousness. http://www.megalithomania.co.uk http://michaeltellinger.com http://www.scaconference.co.za
Views: 252004 MegalithomaniaUK
The Great Latin American Gold Mine Heists!
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Australian Gold Production Output - Bloomberg
Australian gold output rises 4% last quarter as miners expand operations. (The Trade)
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13 BIGGEST Treasures Ever Discovered
From gold coins to sunken treasure to ancient tombs, these are the 13 biggest treasures ever discovered. Back in 2014, a middle aged couple in Northern California accidentally stumbled across 1400 gold coins while walking their dog. The old coins were likely stolen from a coin minting factory back in the Gold Rush era of California and hidden underground for a couple hundred years. The individual coins were auctioned off and ended up raising 11 million dollars. The couple has chosen to stay anonymous and refused to disclose where they found the gold to prevent a false gold rush in their area. Most of their 11 million dollar profit was donated to charity. The British are constantly sweeping their own land with metal detectors, in hopes of finding ancient treasures and trinkets lost to history. In 2001 one such hobby treasure hunter, a retired electrician, was sweeping a grassy field with his metal detector, hoping to find something valuable in the dirt. He unwittingly uncovered a bona fide treasure - a 3.5 oz cup carved from 20 karat gold. The 3500 year old cup was made around the same time Stonehenge was built and was valued at £270,00 british pounds or roughly $390,000 USD. The Silverdale Hoard is the name given to one of the largest caches of Viking Silver ever found. This massive find was uncovered in North Yorkshire a few years ago in 2011 and is comprised of 1000 year old silver heirlooms, including 90 silver viking coins with the name of an unknown Viking king minted onto it. This mysterious hoard is still being analyzed to this day with hopes of uncovering more details of Viking history and culture. The continued study of the treasure makes the monetary value unclear, but the Silverdale Hoard is estimated to be worth at least 100,00 British pounds or about 145,000 US dollars. A sunken ship full of nearly 600,000 gold and silver coins was found at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean by a private treasure hunting company called Odyssey Marine. A priceless hoard of gold coins and hand crafted gold chains were found inside of the ship, which was called the Frigate Mercedes, and became the center of a controversy when Spain claimed ownership over the gold. A legal battle between Spain and Odyssey Marine ensued and lasted half a decade before the Spanish government prevailed. In 2015, Spain finally flew their 17 tons of priceless coins across the Atlantic. This massive load of treasure was found in 2009 when a farmer in Central England lost a tool in his field and called a friend with a metal detector to scan for it. In search of a farm tool, Terry accidentally uncovered the largest single hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found. As excavators dug up the field they found a total of 3500 pieces of gold, silver, and garnet that would total to 3.285 million british pounds or 4.75 million US dollars, split in half by the man who owned the land and the man who found it. Amateur divers were exploring an old sunken dock off of the coast of Israel when they discovered 2,000 gold coins hidden in the sea bed. The centuries old currency was miraculously unmarred by age or water damage at the bottom of the ocean. There is no current estimated monetary value of the 20 pounds worth of coins, but they are considered extremely rare and valuable to historians. Even at the time of their minting in 900 AD they were considered a royal sum of cash. One of the most exciting and largest treasures on this list has come close to being discovered but hasn’t actually been found yet. In 2010 the successful art dealer, hobby treasure hunter, and eccentric millionaire Forrest Fenn had the idea of hiding a huge fortune in a treasure chest and burying it somewhere for someone else to find. Fenn hopes to share the fun and thrill of treasure hunting which he has enjoyed throughout his life with others. If you were to discover Fenn’s Treasure with the set of 9 clues he has put out, you would be looking at a sweet 1 to 3 million US dollar cash out of gold nuggets and precious stones.
Views: 2970702 The BIGGEST
Why the Deadly Asbestos Industry is Still Alive and Well
Despite irrefutable scientific evidence calling out the dangers of asbestos, 2 million tons of the carcinogen are exported every year to the developing world, where it's often handled with little to no regulation. For this episode of VICE Reports, correspondent Milène Larsson traveled to the world's largest asbestos mine in the eponymous town of Asbest, Russia, to meet workers whose livelihoods revolve entirely around the dangerous mineral. Surprisingly, the risks associated with asbestos mining didn't seem to worry the inhabitants; in fact, asbestos is the city's pride, celebrated with monuments, songs, and even its own museum. Larsson then visits Libby, Montana, another mining town almost on the other side of the globe, where the effects of asbestos exposure are undeniable: 400 townspeople have died from asbestos-related diseases, and many more are slowly choking to death. Why is the deadly industry of mining and selling asbestos still alive and well? Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Check out our Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vicemag
Views: 1392959 VICE
Step Inside Australia's Underground Homes
Coober Pedy is a small desert town in Australia where the entire population lives in underground homes. With outside temperatures hovering over 100 degrees, residents made permanent homes in the cooler temperatures of old mine shafts. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com Great Big Story is a video network dedicated to the untold, overlooked & flat-out amazing. Humans are capable of incredible things & we're here to tell their stories. When a rocket lands in your backyard, you get in.
Views: 2537058 Great Big Story
Birth of "The Big Australian", History of BHP
Professor Geoffrey Blainey discusses the birth of "The Big Australian".
Views: 3503 BHP
Australian Mines doing 'a phenomenal amount of drilling' for BFS at Sconi
Australian Mines Ltd (ASX:AUZ) exploration manager Stuart Peterson updates Proactive Investors on development of the company's flagship Sconi Cobalt-Nickel-Scandium Project in northern Queensland. A 50,000-metre drill program is underway there currently, targeting three areas, including resource expansion drilling on the Greenvale deposit. A Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) on Sconi is nearing completion.

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