The New Gold Panning Is Easy

Author: Roy Lagal

Publisher: Ram Publishing Company


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 134

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"Anyone can use a pan to recover gold from mountain streams, desert arroyos or wherever it awaits you. Roy Laga, who has spent a lifetime finding gold, tells just how easy it is. Take your next vacation in beautiful gold country. Follow the simple illustrated instructions in this book and use Roy's patented Gravity Trap gold pan. You are certain to enjoy the glorious outdoors. And, you may experience the thrill of a lifetime as you find color of your very own!"--Page 4 of cover.

The New Avenues in Bioinformatics

Author: Joseph Seckbach

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Science

Page: 281

View: 661

Bioinformatics has ignited the imagination of scientists, entrepreneurs and the general public. At the meeting place of two fast growth disciplines, biology and computer science Bioinformatics is one of the cornerstones of the new biology. It is clearly pivotal to the translation of high throughput projects such the human genome project into useful knowledge. Yet despite all this attention, there is no consensus on what exactly is Bioinformatics. There are several canonical topics, such as gene structure prediction, protein functional classification or structure prediction. The present book explores new frontiers in bioinformatics, such as Glycomics or the computational modeling of genetic processes. We also discuss confounding factors that we find crucial to the development of the field, such as the ability to protect and restrict intellectual property in the field, or the challenges involved in educating bioinformatics users. Finally, we touch upon some fundamental questions, such as what information is and how it is captured in biological systems. By bringing to the readers such a broad spectrum of reviews, we hope to capture the vibrant spirit of this young science and to truly represent the fast pace with which it is still developing.

Gold Prospecting & Placer Deposits

Finding Gold Made Simpler

Author: Adam Gregory Koch

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 152

View: 468

There are countless prospecting books out there. They all teach the same general theories and show the same diagrams. While they are not bad books, in fact many are great, this book is written to take a different and simpler approach. A prospectors lifetime of knowledge is simplified and condensed into an easy to read and understand guide that will hopefully benefit those who never even held a gold pan as much as those who have spent a few years prospecting but might still have a few questions they are seeking answers to. It is the intent that this is the prospecting book that will read as a novel, and teach every bit as much as an informational guide. What are the types of equipment available and how do I use them? What is it that I am looking for when I am prospecting? What do I do with my gold once I find it and how do I sell it? Are my black sands worth anything? What are black sands made out of? How do I find a place I can go and prospect? Is there a way to know where I should dig in a stream? How do mining claims work? These are some of the many questions that this book was written to address. While there is no guide that can tell you how to get rich mining for gold, this guide has been written for the purpose of helping you be more likely to find gold on your future prospecting trips. It is easy to become discouraged as a prospector, or allow yourself to believe others when they say "there is no gold left to be found, the old-timers got it all." You are just a few pages away from learning the facts; and that the gold has not all been taken and how you can get your share!

Gold Mining in the Nineteen Nineties

The Complete Book of Modern Gold Mining Procedure

Author: Dave McCracken

Publisher: New Era Publications International Aps


Category: Gold mines and mining

Page: 278

View: 294

GOLD MINING IN THE 1990's--This one book outlines EVERYTHING a beginner will need & want to know about getting started at gold mining today, either as a hobby or as a small-scale commercial activity. In easy to understand language, supported by clear photographs & graphic demonstrations, this book covers all of the important subjects--including what gold is & looks like, where it comes from & where to find it, how gold deposits & how to find & recover it, & also touches on the legal aspects of how to claim the gold for yourself. The book covers the up-to-date mining procedures of panning gold, sluicing, dredging, high-banking, drywashing, electronic probing, hardrock mining, basic refining techniques, cleaning procedures, selling gold, & much, much more. Herein lies the most comprehensive & thorough work on electronic prospecting techniques (locating gold with metal detectors) available in any publication on the market today. Virtually an encyclopedia of modern gold mining techniques, there is no other book available more up to date, more simple to understand, or which covers the entire subject as thoroughly as this manual.

2020 Web Vision

How the Internet Will Revolutionize Future Homes, Business & Society

Author: Robert D. Oberst

Publisher: Universal-Publishers


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 190

View: 670

At the dawn of a new millennium, faith in technology soared following the successful eradication of the potentially paralyzing Y2K bug. Young dot-coms with little experience and possessing few assets other than a concept, flourished boasting market values in the millions and even billions of dollars. Then reality settled in as the market crashed and over a hundred dot-coms perished. The highflying NASDAQ dropped over 60% and the longest economic expansion teetered on the brink of recession. Despite the disconcerting scenario, this was not the demise of the Web, but merely the conclusion of its innocent childhood or the first stage of meteoric growth. After all, the Web was only 10 years old. There were still trillions of dollars worth of opportunities, as the more rigorous applications waited to be accomplished. The Web is a revolutionary event, yet there is no evident vision of its future. This book projects the Web until the year 2020 and will interest anyone intrigued by the Web, but perplexed by its seemingly erratic course. The book clarifies the murky Web, showing how it will interconnect emerging digital technologies to revolutionize our home, work, and society. In short, 2020 Web Vision will relieve the future shock engendered by the Web. It will also be helpful to those interested in building new applications or investing in future technological enterprises.

Popular Mechanics





Page: 152

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.

Gold Panning in British Columbia

Author: Jim Lewis

Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co


Category: Nature

Page: 192

View: 551

“I want to gold pan; I want to strike rich. I’ve been searching for a stream of gold. It’s these fortunes I never win that keep me searching for a stream of gold. And I’m getting old. I keep searching for my stream of gold; and I’m getting close.” If those words sound like a common refrain, don’t despair. With this newly compiled and expanded edition of Jim’s previous three bestselling gold-panning guides to BC in your library, you’ll know where to find streams of gold all over BC. Jim Lewis has been gold panning all across this province, and now he’s sharing his fortune and spilling the motherlode about which creaks pan out. Each creek is well described and accompanied by clear directions and maps. In addition to disclosing his most treasured tips and tricks, Jim teaches you how to read the river and summarizes the mining history of each region. From what time of year to head out, what to bring with you and what to watch out for, Gold Panning in British Columbia covers the basics and beyond. You won’t need a rainbow to help you find a pot of gold.


Forgotten Histories and Lost Objects of Australia

Author: Iain McCalman

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 344

View: 179

Throughout history, gold has been the stuff of legends, fortunes, conflict and change. The discovery of gold in Australia 150 years ago precipitated enormous developments in the newly settled land. Immigrants flooded in from Asia and Europe, and the population and economy boomed in spontaneous cities. The effects on both the environment and indigenous Aboriginal peoples have been profound and lasting. In the most unexpected ways, gold has shaped modern Australia. In this book, a team of Australia's most prominent historians and curators have collaborated to produce a cultural history of gold and its impact on the development of Australian society. Like a handful of tailings, Gold brings together a collection of stories that have been left out of standard Australian histories. In between runs a critical analysis of the relationship between gold and social change, race relations, gender, the environment, entertainment and industry.

Panning for Your Client's Gold

Author: Gina Campbell

Publisher: Balboa Press


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 236

View: 549

" Looking for easy, effective, and creative ways to engage your client's deeper knowledge of their learning and healing processes? Psychotherapist David Grove had an insatiable curiosity about how a client subconsciously structures his experience and how change at the subconscious level happens. With a deep respect for the accumulated wisdom in a client's internal world, Grove determined to find ways to keep the facilitator from contaminating the client's experience while fostering self-discovery and self-healing. The result is Clean Language, carefully-worded questions incorporating a client's exact words coupled with strategic processes that create ideal conditions for a client to learn more about himself. The Clean facilitator directs his client's attention, trusting that as the client collects information about his mind and body systems' strengths and weaknesses, insights and confusions, strategies and maladaptations, the system learns from itself, heals, and grows. Discover twelve easy-to-learn Clean Language processes that combine the science of emergence and Metaphor Therapy as only creative innovator David Grove could. Clean Language expert Gina Campbell presents twelve Grovian processes for therapists, coun-selors, coaches, and other helping and healing professionals looking for ways to guide their clients in experiential self-exploration. From among the many process Grove developed, Campbell has selected ones that are easy to master and easy to use. You will learn step by step how to facilitate clients to access their inner knowledge and experiences by projecting them onto a drawing or into the surrounding physical space. Spread out before them, your clients'deeper understandings and perspectives readily reveal themselves. "Gina Campbell has marshaled an admirable array of material into a wonderful resource. For the first time in one book are twelve golden nuggets from David Grove's life work. Whether you are a new coach or an established therapist, your clients will be delighted with how elegantly you facilitate them to find their own resources and solutions. Panning for Your Client's Gold is a wellspring that you will want to return to again and again." --James Lawley and Penny Tompkins, authors of Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling "