• Zero Hedge | 6/24/2019 | Staff
    The past few years have been a feeding frenzy for most major asset classes. Stocks blew through previous highs, as did trophy real estate, fine art, and, most recently, Treasury bonds.
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  • OilPrice.com | 6/19/2019 | Staff
    What Wall Street knows as an incontrovertible truth is this: Fear is a bargain. And right now, there’s so much fear floating around the market that gold is back on everyone’s radar, with incredible...
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  • ScienceDaily | 6/20/2019 | Staff
    Metal clusters are formed when a bunch of metal atoms come together to form clumps, somewhere between the size of a molecule and that of a bulk solid. Recently, these clusters have gained a lot of...
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  • phys.org | 5/27/2019 | Staff
    Australia is leading the charge towards greener and safer gold production with an environmentally-superior alternative gold recovery process technology, dispensing with toxic cyanide and mercury...
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  • www.ussoccer.com | 6/18/2019 | Staff
    Allianz Field; St. Paul, Minn. Today’s Starting XI has an average age of 25 years, 284 days and 28 caps. USMNT - Head - Coach - Gregg - Berhalter USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter makes three changes...
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  • ScienceDaily | 6/13/2019 | Staff
    The research published in Nature Communications set out to answer a simple question -- how do nanoparticles melt? Although this question has been a focus of researchers for the past century, it still...
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  • phys.org | 4/5/2018 | Staff
    Shape changes in Au nanoclusters, indicating cluster surface melting at high temperatures. Images of two individual clusters containing 561 and 2530 atoms are shown. Credit: Swansea University.
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  • Zero Hedge | 6/11/2019 | Staff
    There’s nothing new about the Russian accumulation of gold bullion in their reserve position. It began in a material way in 2009 when Russia had about 600 metric tonnes of gold.
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  • phys.org | 5/1/2019 | Staff
    The thread-like fungi attach gold to their strands by dissolving and precipitating particles from their surroundings, in a process that could offer clues for finding new gold deposits.
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