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Post by Ssmith on Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:06 pm

Tony has been pushing 3D printing for a while.  This will get some good responses.

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What is to prevent everyone from using 3D Printing to duplicate gold. How will gold hold its value if it can be reproduced so easily. Will it really mean anything at all for gold go back our currency in this case.

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The 3-D printer can only produce what it's given the directions to produce and the raw materials with which to do it.  Ex:  The raw material such as an aluminum alloy that can be extruded would have to be available to the printer for it to print an aluminum product.


The formula for creating gold has long been sought after by alchemists of old who thought they could combine chemicals to create gold.  Until recently no formula has ever been known to succeed.
Back in the 80's a farmer from Laveen, AZ. accidentally found it, got the patent on it and he's very rich because it's allowed "super conducting" which gave rise to the electronic miniturization industry.   The information is available in a Sir Laurence Gardner book. 



 However, that formula is closely guarded and not likely to make it's way to the 3-D printer arena.
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Post by dwm007 on Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:21 pm

@ssmith wrote:Tony has been pushing 3D printing for a while.  This will get some good responses.



The formula for creating gold has long been sought after by alchemists of old who thought they could combine chemicals to create gold.  Until recently no formula has ever been known to succeed.
Back in the 80's a farmer from Laveen, AZ. accidentally found it, got the patent on it and he's very rich because it's allowed "super conducting" which gave rise to the electronic miniturization industry.   The information is available in a Sir Laurence Gardner book. 


However, that formula is closely guarded and not likely to make it's way to the 3-D printer arena.


Lol, Whoever started that whopper must have been a real whiz in physics class! Gold is one of the basic elements and as such can not be "reproduced" except possibly someday under laboratory conditions at a molecular level! Doing this would require nuclear fission and is way beyond our present capabilities in physics and will likely remain so for many years if ever! LMAO!!!!


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Post by Ponee on Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:45 pm

I can only shake my head with this one.    Reproducing Gold with 3D Printing. Shaking-head-sad-smiley-emoticon

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Post by greenlight on Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:54 pm

Well, they believe in the RV which is just as fictional 2cents
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Post by Ssmith on Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:26 am

[b]dwm007   Lol, Whoever started that whopper must have been a real whiz in physics class! Gold is one of the basic elements and as such can not be "reproduced" except possibly someday under laboratory conditions at a molecular level! Doing this would require nuclear fission and is way beyond our present capabilities in physics and will likely remain so for many years if ever! LMAO!!!![/b]


Maybe Tony should introduce his TNT SuperFantastic Chemistry Set to help make the formula needed.  At least it'd give people a change of pace from writing their Dinar story for history books, etc. and listening to Tony Robbins videos.


   
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Post by Ssmith on Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:30 am

Typical TNT.  Don't make me read a book.  That's too hard.  Give me a video to watch.  Especially if it has pretty pictures!  I have no brain...I can't think.....I let Tony do that hard stuff for me!  Woo-Hoo!!!  Go RV!!!

   
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I WISH THEY HAD MORE OF THESE VIDEOS OR DVD'S.....

I WOULD MUCH RATHER WATCH AND LISTEN TO TONY ROBBINS TALK AND PRESENT THIS!

AND THAT VIEW OF THE OCEAN BEHIND HIM.....WOW!
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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 22, 2015 10:26 am

@dwm007 wrote:
@ssmith wrote:Tony has been pushing 3D printing for a while.  This will get some good responses.



The formula for creating gold has long been sought after by alchemists of old who thought they could combine chemicals to create gold.  Until recently no formula has ever been known to succeed.
Back in the 80's a farmer from Laveen, AZ. accidentally found it, got the patent on it and he's very rich because it's allowed "super conducting" which gave rise to the electronic miniturization industry.   The information is available in a Sir Laurence Gardner book. 


However, that formula is closely guarded and not likely to make it's way to the 3-D printer arena.


Lol, Whoever started that whopper must have been a real whiz in physics class! Gold is one of the basic elements and as such can not be "reproduced" except possibly someday under laboratory conditions at a molecular level! Doing this would require nuclear fission and is way beyond our present capabilities in physics and will likely remain so for many years if ever! LMAO!!!!

http://www.dinardaily.net/t47482-monatomic-gold-have-you-seen-it
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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 22, 2015 10:29 am

@ssmith wrote:Typical TNT.  Don't make me read a book.  That's too hard.  Give me a video to watch.  Especially if it has pretty pictures!  I have no brain...I can't think.....I let Tony do that hard stuff for me!  Woo-Hoo!!!  Go RV!!!

   
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I WISH THEY HAD MORE OF THESE VIDEOS OR DVD'S.....

I WOULD MUCH RATHER WATCH AND LISTEN TO TONY ROBBINS TALK AND PRESENT THIS!

AND THAT VIEW OF THE OCEAN BEHIND HIM.....WOW!


How about Tony Robbins doing his fire-walking magic trick PAM?

http://www.dinardaily.net/t47481-tony-robbins-coal-walking-scam-21-people-burned-in-magic-trick
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Post by Kevind53 on Tue Sep 22, 2015 10:39 am

@ssmith wrote:Tony has been pushing 3D printing for a while.  This will get some good responses.

Reproducing Gold with 3D Printing.

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What is to prevent everyone from using 3D Printing to duplicate gold. How will gold hold its value if it can be reproduced so easily. Will it really mean anything at all for gold go back our currency in this case.

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The 3-D printer can only produce what it's given the directions to produce and the raw materials with which to do it.  Ex:  The raw material such as an aluminum alloy that can be extruded would have to be available to the printer for it to print an aluminum product.
Better up to here .... but wait!

The formula for creating gold has long been sought after by alchemists of old who thought they could combine chemicals to create gold.  Until recently no formula has ever been known to succeed.
Nor has it been found yet and never will alchemy in it's true form violates multiple laws of Physics.

Back in the 80's a farmer from Laveen, AZ. accidentally found it, got the patent on it and he's very rich because it's allowed "super conducting" which gave rise to the electronic miniturization industry.   The information is available in a Sir Laurence Gardner book. 

What a nice story and how worthy of TNT it is, since it is completely false. Actually miniaturization began long ago, but really got a big boost in 1947 when three scientists from Bell Labs made the first transistor. It got it's next boost when Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments invented the first Integrated Circuit in 1958. Since then, mineaturization has closely followed the projections set forth in Moore's Law which specified that the density of components in ICs would double every two years. That has slowed somewhat as newer technologies have led to the manipulation of materials at quantum (sub-atomic) levels.

Yes, gold is extensively used, but not because of superconducting processes, but because of it's excellent conduction properties of both electricity and heat. (BTW most modern superconductors are made with some very sophisticated materials, although even mercury or lead will become superconducting as absolute zero is approached.  


 However, that formula is closely guarded and not likely to make it's way to the 3-D printer arena.

Since the process does not exist, I will agree with that it's unlikely to make it's way into the 3D printer arena.

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