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There are many metals that are not attracted to magnets. Magnets are attracted to metals that contain ferrous, mainly iron and steel. Stainless steel, brass, copper, aluminum, gold and silver are not attracted to magnets. Often jewelry is coated with or contains iron or steel to make the precious metal stronger and is therefore attracted to a magnet.

Gold definition

 (1.) Heb. zahab, so called from its yellow colour (Ex. 25:11; 1 Chr.28:18; 2 Chr. 3:5). (2.) Heb. segor, from its compactness, or asbeing enclosed or treasured up; thus precious or "fine gold" (1 Kings6:20; 7:49). (3.) Heb. paz, native or pure gold (Job 28:17; Ps.19:10; 21:3, etc.). (4.) Heb. betzer, "ore of gold or silver" as dug outof the mine (Job 36:19, where it means simply riches). (5.) Heb.kethem, i.e., something concealed or separated (Job 28:16,19; Ps.45:9; Prov. 25:12). Rendered "golden wedge" in Isa. 13:12. (6.) Heb.haruts, i.e., dug out; poetic for gold (Prov. 8:10; 16:16; Zech. 9:3).Gold was known from the earliest times (Gen. 2:11). It wasprincipally used for ornaments (Gen. 24:22). It was very abundant (1Chr. 22:14; Nah. 2:9; Dan. 3:1). Many tons of it were used inconnection with the temple (2 Chr. 1:15). It was found in Arabia,Sheba, and Ophir (1 Kings 9:28; 10:1; Job 28:16), but not inPalestine. In Dan. 2:38, the Babylonian Empire is spoken of as a"head of gold" because of its great riches; and Babylon was called byIsaiah (14:4) the "golden city" (R.V. marg., "exactress," adopting thereading _marhebah_, instead of the usual word _madhebah_).
gold  (gōld) Pronunciation Key 
 Symbol Au 
A soft, shiny, yellow element that is the most malleable of all themetals. It occurs in veins and in alluvial deposits. Because it is verydurable, resistant to corrosion, and a good conductor of heat andelectricity, gold is used as a plated coating on electrical andmechanical components. It is also an international monetary standardand is used in jewelry and for decoration. Atomic number 79; atomicweight 196.967; melting point 1,063.0°C; boiling point 2,966.0°C;specific gravity 19.32; valence 1, 3. See Periodic TableSee Note atelement
Symbol Au 
 A soft yellow element that resists corrosion and is the mostmalleable and ductile metal. A good thermal and electrical conductor,gold is generally alloyed to increase its strength. Atomic number 79;atomic weight 196.967; melting point 1,064.2°C; boiling point2,856°C; specific gravity 19.3; valence 1, 3.
.a. a dense inert bright yellow element that is the most malleableand ductile metal, occurring in rocks and alluvial deposits: used asa monetary standard and in jewellery, dentistry, and plating. Theradioisotope gold-198 ( radiogold ), with a half-life of 2.69 days,is used in radiotherapy. Symbol: Au; atomic no: 79; atomic wt:196.96654; valency: 1 or 3; relative density: 19.3; melting pt:1064.43°C; boiling pt: 2857°CRelated: aurous auric
 b. ( as modifier ): a gold mine
2.a coin or coins made of this metal; wealth
4.something precious, beautiful, etc, such as a noble nature (esp inthe phrase heart of gold )
5.a. a deep yellow colour, sometimes with a brownish tinge
 b. ( as adjective ): a gold carpet
6.archery  the bull's eye of a target, scoring nine points
7.short for gold medal
Related: aurous auric
[Old English gold;  related to Old Norse gull,  Gothic gulth,  Old HighGerman gold ]

a precious yellow metallic element, highly malleable and ductile,and not subject to oxidation or corrosion. Symbol:  Au; atomicweight 196.967; atomic number:  79; specific gravity:  19.3 at20°C.
a quantity of gold coins: to pay in gold.
a monetary standard based on this metal; gold standard.
money; wealth; riches.
something likened to this metal in brightness, preciousness,superiority, etc.: a heart of gold.

One of the responsibilities of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is to collect, analyze, and disseminate minerals information on nonfuel mineral commodities. This data series reflects an ongoing activity by the USGS to monitor and analyze international mineral exploration activities. Understanding mineral exploration activities helps government policy makers, the minerals industry, and the USGS to understand where future mineral resources are being developed or are likely to be developed. These data also provide background information for quantifying possible world mineral supply and integrating economic, societal, and technological mineral exploration trends with other components of materials flow.
The USGS mineral exploration data compilation and dissemination effort originated in 1976 at the request of the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee to provide articles on the effects of government policies in Canada and the United States on mineral exploration. A grant from the U.S. Bureau of Mines and the USGS provided support for early compilation efforts. Early publication efforts included contributions to Economic Geology (in 1984 and 1992) and Mining Engineering (beginning in 1984). Comprehensive site data by country or mineral commodity were not published by the USGS until 1996. Summaries of 1995 through 2004 mineral exploration site data have been reported annually in the May issue of Mining Engineering.
This report contains exploration data listed by region and country; data are provided in Microsoft Excel and Adobe portable document format (pdf) files Much of the data were compiled from public sources, including but not limited to company press releases and reports, foreign and U.S. Government publications, and industry reports and trade journals. Data were supplemented with information supplied by USGS scientists, contacts in the minerals industry, and other sources. This report includes data on commodities being sought, companies involved, cost of activity, development stage, location of activity, resource quantity and associated commodity grades, site names, sources of information, and types of exploration activity.
Based on these data, a table of the 100 most noteworthy sites was developed for inclusion in each annual Mining Engineering review. Selection criteria were based on the following parameters:
  • The high level of exploration activity at the site, determined either by intensity of drilling activity or level of capital investment;
  • The size of resource delineated; and/or
  • The high potential for near-term development, based on reported tonnage and grade estimates derived from company announcements.
Regional site counts reported in the annual summaries were derived from these data. The change in the number of sites among regions or among countries within a region served as one indicator of the relative intensity of minerals exploration among and within countries or regions over time. Although the number of sites serves as an indicator of the intensity of exploration activity, this does not imply that significant ore will be located or that there will be production in the future.
Site information is reported as published by the source cited. Blank fields indicate that data for that field were not available. Quantified information reported in the “Notes” column are reported in units specified in the source of information but have been converted to metric units in the “Reported resource” and “Activity type” columns. Reported budgets or expenditures are expressed in currencies as reported by the source of information. Costs are assumed to reflect the year of reported activity unless otherwise noted. No attempt was made to validate reported information.
For purposes of brevity, abbreviations have been used in field text. The definitions of all abbreviations and descriptions of category labels are appended to each year’s file.

Gold has been treasured since ancient times for its beauty and permanence.   Most of the gold that is fabricated today goes into the manufacture of jewelry.   However, because of its superior electrical conductivity and resistance to corrosion and other desirable combinations of physical and chemical properties, gold also emerged in the late 20th century as an essential industrial metal.  Gold performs critical functions in computers, communications equipment, spacecraft, jet aircraft engines, and a host of other products.  Although gold is important to industry and the arts, it also retains a unique status among all commodities as a long-term store of value.  Until recent times, it was considered essentially a monetary metal, and most of the bullion produced each year went into the vaults of government treasuries or central banks.
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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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Monday, August 19, 2013

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Lottery Winners Credit TV Show

Three New Mexicans are crediting The Learning Channel, better known as TLC, with helping them to win the lottery.

Sunday night TLC ran a program entitled “How the lottery changed my life” that revealed the mot frequently drawn lottery numbers.

At least three New Mexicans watching at home wrote down the numbers and won some money in Wednesday evening’s Powerball drawing – including DeShundra Jackson, who won $20,000.

“There are still four more of those tickets in New Mexico that have four of those numbers and the Powerball,” said Linda Hamilton, the spokeswoman for the New Mexico lottery.

“It’ll be really interesting to see where they got their numbers, as well.”

Lottery officials say the TLC-mentioned numbers being drawn in one drawing immediately after the TLC show aired is one of the oddest coincidences they’ve seen.

The numbers mentioned on the TLC show were 8, 25, 31, 44, 50 and 54.

New Mexico woman plays 'most frequent numbers' on TV show about lottery winners and wins $20,000 in Powerball

TV viewers in other states play and win off same numbers

The TLC Network's broadcast of "How the Lottery Changed My Life" might not have been DeShundra Jackson's first choice for Sunday night television viewing, but since her mother was already engrossed in the program, Jackson didn't think about changing the channel.

The only thing she changed was her luck.

After the show announced what it believed were the most frequently drawn lotto numbers, the 28-year-old New Mexico resident stored the so-called lucky combination of 8-25-31-50-44-54 in her cell phone.

When she purchased a $1 ticket for Wednesday's Powerball drawing, Jackson specifically requested the same numbers from the TV program.

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She also spent another $1 on the Power Play option, which multiplies prizes between two and five times.

"I'll try anything," Jackson said. "I thought to myself 'I should really play these numbers."

It was a wager that paid off. The winning numbers drawn on Wednesday were 25-27-31-44-54 and the Powerball number was 8. Jackson had five of those numbers on her ticket.

Jackson's decision to purchase the Power Play option doubled Jackson's prize from $10,000 to $20,000.

According to the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), which administers Powerball, 256 tickets won $10,000 prizes after matching four white balls and the red Powerball. Sixty of those tickets also had the Power Play option multiplying their prizes into $20,000 each.

Based on sales, MUSL projected that 29 tickets would match four white balls and the red Powerball in Wednesday's drawing.

The New Mexico Lottery sold six other tickets that matched four white numbers and the red Powerball for Wednesday's drawing, but those players have yet to come forward to claim their prizes.

It is unknown at this time whether they selected their numbers after watching "How the Lottery Changed My Life."

Five players in Oklahoma, one in Ohio, and two in Rhode Island collected prizes today citing the TV program as the inspiration for their number choices.

New Mexico Lottery CEO Tom Romero said the odds of matching four white balls and the red Powerball are one in 584,432.

"Lots of players have patterns for playing numbers — birthdays, anniversaries, the ages of friends and family members — and anytime their numbers win, it's a lucky coincidence," Romero said. "This is one of the odder coincidences that sometimes happen."

Jackson, who purchased her winning ticket at Freeway Liquors at 2034 2nd Street, NW in Albuquerque, plans to share the prize with her family after paying bills.

The massage therapist who works at the Essence Day Spa in Corrales also plans to buy tickets for Saturday's Powerball drawing — and she's going to play the same numbers from the TV show.