- Treasure Hunting For Ginseng By:-host guards
Wild ginseng has been found in Northern China, Korea, Vietnam, Eastern Siberia, Canada, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Kentucky. It is becoming increasingly harder to find due to the high demand in recent years. It requires years for ginseng to reach maturity.
- Want To Know How To Solve An Easy Sudoku? By:-Bogart Laurel
'Sudoku', sometimes known as 'Nine Numbers' is one of the most popular and most infuriatingly addictive puzzles. It is played every day by millions of people all over the world, but "How earth do you solve them?" This article attempts to shed some light on how to solve this simple, but tricky logic puzzle.
- Treasure Hunting For Meteorites By:-host guards
Treasures are falling from the sky. A natural object originating in outer space that survives the impact with the earth’s surface is called a meteorite. Most meteoroids burn up when entering the Earth's atmosphere. However, it has been estimated that over 500 meteorites do reach the surface each year and they will range in size of a marble to basketball size or larger. Only about five or six will be recovered each year and pound for pound, meteorites are move valuable than gold.
- Treasure Hunting For Sunken Treasure By:-host guards
If you grew up dreaming of searching for sunken treasure, you're not alone. Many young men and women have had dreams just like that, of searching the ocean floor for remnants of some sunken ship that was loaded down with gold coins and gem encrusted goodies. That elusive treasure chest of priceless riches is everyone's dream prize, and whether or not you need to fight off some pirates to get it is yet another matter. But in all seriousness, if you are truly interested in finding some sunken treasure, where can you go?
- Treasure Hunting For Tourmaline By:-host guards
According to Egyptian legend tourmaline gets it color when it passes over a rainbow on its journey up from the center of the earth and that is why it is often referred as the gemstone of the rainbow. Multicolored and bi-colored tourmaline are the norm and very rarely found in the clear or colorless form. Watermelon colored gemstones are green at one end and pink at the other, hence the name.
- Treasure Hunting For Amethysts By:-host guards
The Amethyst gemstones range in color from pale lilac to deep purple. Gemstones with the deepest colors are the most valuable and some of these fine gemstones are featured in the British Crown Jewels. Amethyst is a transparent quartz crystal and is used in many pieces of striking jewelry today.