Posted by The Jerusalem Report on July 13, 2018 06:03:08What is gold?
Gold is a metal with an electrical charge.
It is a type of rare earth element, one of the rare earth elements that make up most of the elements of the periodic table.
Gold is found in a wide variety of minerals, but in the rare Earth element itself, which is also known as lanthanum, is rare.
It was first discovered in 1908 by a German physicist, Alfred Nobel.
It has been a staple of precious metal and jewelry for centuries, though it is also found in various forms in rocks, as well as in the human body.
Gold was first found in the Middle East and South Asia, and it has since become one of many precious metals found there.
Gold is the second most common element in the Earth’s crust, after the platinum that makes up most metal.
The platinum that made up most metals in ancient times was called lanthanus, and its atomic weight was 1,621,928.
The other element with the same atomic weight is the iron, which has an atomic weight of 1,735.
Platinum is the least common element and is found mostly in the mineral olivine, which contains platinum in its mineral form.
Plutonium, another rare earth, is also an element found in olivines.
The third most common rare earth is the cobalt, which consists of about 2 percent of the Earths crust.
Cobalt is the element that makes it possible to form certain compounds, such as carbon and oxygen, in the form of a precious metal called cobalt.
Cobalkines are made in nature, but it is in the laboratory that the real wonder comes from making the metal in the first place.
Scientists in the United States are building the first lab that uses a laser to convert lanthanes into platinum.
Scientists are working to produce platinum using a method called “fission.”
The process is based on the splitting of the lanthanine to create platinum.
This is very different from the process used to make lanthanas.
Because platinum is more than 99.9 percent lanthanium, it is extremely difficult to make platinum using this method.
The process used for making platinum uses a very special process called the “Cobalt Reactor.”
It uses an extremely precise technique to split lanthanides, known as “splitting of the atom,” to produce the platinum.
A cobalt reactor produces platinum with a purity of only 1.00 percent, and that purity is not very good.
A similar process is used to produce lanthanites.
The researchers behind the process that produced the platinum are still working on the exact process that will produce platinum that is 99.99 percent lanvinous.
The next step in the process will be to use a process known as the “pyrite” to produce a purer platinum.
The cobalt-based process will not be commercially viable for a while.
A team led by researchers from Stanford University is working to develop a more efficient cobalt refinery to produce and use platinum, and the team hopes to start producing platinum in the next decade.
Platinum will be used as a new currency, used as an alternative for purchasing precious metals, and could become the world’s most valuable metal.
Platinum is not only the second-most valuable element in our Earths chemistry, it’s also one of our most valuable metals.
In fact, it ranks as the fourth most valuable element out of the more than 3,000 elements in our chemistry, behind uranium and gold.
The metal is also among the most abundant elements in the universe.
The world’s population has grown by over 400 million people since it was discovered in 1912, and platinum production has been growing since then.
The platinum and lanthanase process that’s used to split platinum and create platinum-based materials has the potential to revolutionize the way that we extract and process the precious metal.
There are currently three primary uses for platinum: It’s used as part of catalysts that convert sunlight into electricity, for the manufacture of light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and as a catalyst for the production of platinum from lanthanol, which provides the energy for LEDs.
It’s also used as the basis for making lasers, which can use platinum as the catalyst to make light.
The second major use of platinum is in manufacturing metals, like titanium.
Platinum has also been used as one of nature’s most powerful magnets, which allow for great strength and stability.
Platinum also has many other uses.
One of the first to use platinum for energy was in the 1920s when the French scientists Charles and Alphonse Perrot used it in a radio telescope to create a magnetometer.
This device, which measured the strength of a magnet by measuring its magnetic field, was extremely useful in determining the strength and location of nearby stars. In the