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Scrap Gold Business Model

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Chalk Pits and Leeches

Cuckfield, a small Sussex village a dozen miles north of Lewes, was the first refreshment stop on the stagecoach route from the fashionable seaside town of Brighton to London. Brighton's brisk growth had resulted in a rapid expansion of coach traffic to the capital, and this, in turn, led to an increased demand for gravel and stone for road maintenance. Much of this need was met by a large quarry at Whitemans Green, within sight of Cuckfield. The workmen smashed the rocks they quarried into pebble-size pieces, and in the process they occasionally found fossils. These were usually rather badly damaged by this stage, except the smallest ones, so the fossils from Cuckfield were largely fragmentary. But to Gideon Algernon Mantell, doctor, geologist, museum curator, author, and passionate fossil collector, the quarry was a gold mine. What made these fossils so special was that they seemed to represent an entirely different fauna from his other Sussex fossils. They were also geologically...

Dinosaurs facts and fiction

Predatory Dinosaurs

Mayor has shown that as early as the 7th century bc the Greeks had contact with nomadic cultures in central Asia. Written accounts at this time include descriptions of the Griffin (or Gryphon) a creature that reputedly hoarded and jealously guarded gold it was wolf-sized with a beak, four legs, and sharp claws on its feet. Furthermore, Near East art of at least 3000 bc depicts Griffin-like creatures, as does that of the Mycenaean. The Griffin myth arose in Mongolia north-west China, in association with the ancient caravan routes and gold prospecting in the Tienshan and Altai Mountains. This part of the world (we now know) has a very rich fossil heritage and is notable for the abundance of well-preserved dinosaur skeletons they are remarkably easy to find because their white fossil bones stand out clearly against the soft, red sandstones in which they are buried. Of even greater interest is the fact that the most abundant of the dinosaurs preserved in these sandstones is Protoceratops,...

Confederate Presence

Broncosaurus Rex Settlements

There are also an unknown number of independent miners who operate like the Forty-Niners of the California Gold Rush days. Gold has been found in some of the mountain streams, while the larger streams, ponds, lakes, and rivers contain a species of freshwater oyster that produces pearls as fine as any made by its marine equivalents on Earth. There are also rumors of deposits of various gemstones being found here and there, but for the moment, that's all they are rumors.

Griffins In The Sand

It is hard to imagine that humans in this region were completely oblivious to these fossils before Andrews and his team explored the area in the 1920s. There is a tradition for use of fossil bones, the dragon bones, for medicinal purposes in China that goes back centuries. The locations of such fossils were obviously well known to collectors whose motivations were in no way paleontological. Were such things known to the wanderers of the Gobi Direct historical records are of no help here, but the possibility of recognition has not escaped some authors. Adrienne Mayor, a cryp-tozoologist (crypto, hidden zoos, animal), claims that Protoceratops and other such fossils may be the actual inspirations for the griffins. These mythical creatures had wings, a hooked beak, and the powerful body of a lion. According to legend, they fiercely guarded the entry to mines of glittering gold. The author notes the abundance of ancient and modern gold mines in the western Gobi, the Altai Mountains (altai...

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