It's simple.. That's the way we roll, .. Go's PLANET. MY PEOPLE LEAD A TRAVELLED LIFE. Ir IS DIFFICULT To CULTIVATE FIDDY WITH so LITTLE USMLE soc Too MUCH GOLD It's simple That's the way we roll Go's PLANET MY PEOPLE LEAD A TRAVELLED LIFE Ir IS DIFFICULT To CULTIVATE FIDDY WITH so LITTLE USMLE soc Too MUCH GOLD
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It's simple.. That's the way we roll, .. Go's PLANET. MY PEOPLE LEAD A TRAVELLED LIFE. Ir IS DIFFICULT To CULTIVATE FIDDY WITH so LITTLE USMLE soc Too MUCH GOLD

That's the way we roll, ************.

Go's PLANET.
MY PEOPLE LEAD A TRAVELLED LIFE.
Ir IS DIFFICULT To CULTIVATE FIDDY
WITH so LITTLE USMLE soc
Too MUCH GOLD, Hm’?
THAT IS A PROBLEM THAT EARTH
CAN HELP Tau HATH!
PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING
IS HADE ttf GOLD HERE.
VIE ARE DESPERATE FDOR ANY
SUBSTANCES l, itt WHICH HE EAR
AGRICULTURE, WE 'pount
GLADE? GIVE UP OUR GOLD FOR
SOME DIRT. OR EVEN GARBAGE.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#35 - harbingerwolf
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#163 to #35 - therealtjthemedic
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#7 - mattdoggy
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It's....it's perfect we'll be there in a month to conquer LIBERATE them in a month
It's....it's perfect we'll be there in a month to conquer LIBERATE them in a month
User avatar #142 to #7 - hydraetis
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Just rushing over and conquering them is a retarded idea. The sudden overflow of gold would just start a major war and lead to and/or lead to an even worse economy crash. Why not accept the trade offer, allowing for a steady income of gold to earth, repairing our economy back to the old days where all currency was backed by gold, while getting rid of all of our ****? Making loyal allies is far more beneficial than just attacking everything.
User avatar #38 to #7 - RandomAnonGuy
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We'll be there in a month to liberate them in a month?
User avatar #140 to #38 - deathstare
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They'll be there in a month to liberate them in 5 years more like.
#59 to #38 - anon id: 6cfdbd63
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...so 2 months? Dude, it's 2 months.
#1 - anon id: ccf5e7b9
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You do realize if we conquered a planet made of gold the price of gold would drop to ******* nothing?
#6 to #1 - Yesitsme
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User avatar #39 to #1 - masdercheef
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It's good for stuff and things.
User avatar #47 to #1 - ezbakeoven
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Aren't you a ray of sunshine.
User avatar #69 to #1 - nervaaurelius
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We don't have the gold standard so even though it might negatively effect some markets in the end we have an surplus of a precious metal.
User avatar #115 to #1 - failtolawl
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depends on how far into space we have gone, if comparatively other planets don't have gold, but the percentage of planets without gold vs ones with gold are the same, than the price would be the same.
#131 to #1 - anon id: 999f176c
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not if it was hidden from the public...
User avatar #12 to #1 - Nihatclodra
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Sounds good to me. Better quality wires for cheap.
#19 to #1 - sirthomasburr
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But we could make a bitching Gold Palace and be the envy of all our space friends!
#42 to #1 - kingpongthedon
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But this man keeps telling me that gold is impervious to market fluctuations. Do you dare deny his moustache?
#8 to #1 - taurusguy
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OR you could be smart and help electricity evolve, we would have so much smaller electricity requirements if all wires were out of gold, by that i mean the power plants would be more effective, getting power to people more easily, as in electricity travels the best through gold, or silver, idk one of those two. Also you would have less blackouts probably, seeing as gold wires would cost less than copper, so you could make more complicated wiring which means less blackouts, there are a LOT more benefits behind that though.
User avatar #27 to #8 - oliphan
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Actually gold isn't quite as good as copper for wiring. It doesn't conduct electricity quite as well as copper does, but it makes better contacts for connectors due to its slight malleability and resistance to corrosion. Even then only a very thin outer coating is needed in connectors, so we wouldn't really have a need for that much gold in wiring, other than making wires cheaper out of it than any other substance. It would make wiring cheaper if we were willing to sacrifice a little conductivity but it wouldn't actually make anything more efficient unfortunately.

It would be great for other stuff though. Like like solid gold statues. Everybody could afford their own solid gold statue of themselves. Damn that would be cool.
#43 to #27 - dorklordrises
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With golden shovels road works and projects could be accomplished so much faster.
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User avatar #2 to #1 - fightforfate
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not if no one knew about it
User avatar #3 to #2 - moorbs
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You'd still have to sell it/ introduce it into the economy. This means there would be more supply of gold and basic relationships between supply, demand and price mean that price will go down as a result of more supply.
#26 to #3 - pinguuu
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It's like the oil, they can produce about 4 times that they produce right now but they don't do it becuase they want to keep the price high. They could do the same with the gold.
User avatar #86 to #26 - anonomoz
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this is exactly what would happen
#4 to #1 - restfullwicked
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or we would finally have enough gold to make our wiring more effective for the whole planet.
not to mention better lightning conductors and basically anything to do with electricity.
User avatar #108 to #4 - ihadtopickaname
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Or we could all just own golden armor.
#147 to #108 - anon id: 928e6571
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You know.. Golden armor is ****. Gold is quite soft to be metal.
User avatar #162 to #147 - ihadtopickaname
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Who needs protection when you look fabulous?
#153 to #147 - anon id: 4ea47917
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Yeah, but it looks awesome.
User avatar #156 to #4 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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We could also make better bullets with it, since gold is denser than lead. And we could make all our coins out of gold. Just take a moment to picture pennies made out of gold.
User avatar #136 to #4 - hydraetis
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Or we could finally get back to the good old days where the amount of money a country had was backed up by gold.
#146 to #136 - anon id: 1aceaa72
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are you retarded? if there was that much gold it would be worthless, it wouldn't be able to back up the country's money.
User avatar #151 to #146 - hydraetis
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......it used to be that gold wasn't valued by currency, currency was valued by gold. Do you not know what Fort Knox was supposed to be for?
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#45 to #44 - restfullwicked
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yes but it requires less to maintain because it dosnt corrode as fast. thats why really high end appliances use gold plating.
#100 to #44 - jakatackka
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I have no idea why you are being thumbed down. What you are saying is true, just not what restfullwicked was getting at.
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#105 to #104 - jakatackka
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That or it's the typical FJ hive-mind where they thumb something down as soon as they see a red thumb. It's cynical, but it's true.
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#116 to #44 - edmin
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I both agree and disagree with you.

Gold has a LOT more free electrons than copper at the molecular level, but copper has lower resistivity than gold. BUT, copper produces an oxide "layer" at atmospheric conditions making a gold a better conductor because it has better surface contact and takes far longer to disintegrate.

If you use copper in space(or in a vacuum) it's better than gold. But if you use it in computers, like the one you are using right now, Gold is better.

But if you want the best conductor, silver is the best conductor.
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#123 to #120 - edmin
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I'm just saying about conductors, that includes wiring and conducting surfaces.

If about wires, platinum is THE BEST metal to use, but too goddamn expensive.

Platinum has the MOST free electrons than any other metal, but like copper, produces an oxide layer at atmospheric conditions. The best mix is 68% platinum, 3% indium, 17% silver, 11% gold, 1% other.

It was used in the Hadron collider to "sync" the computers and the collider itself.
(If I get any facts wrong forgive me I'm just a student of MS in Physics)
User avatar #29 - carnivorouswalnut
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This is the story of the Spanish Conquistadors and the Aztecs.
#63 to #29 - iwanttousenumbers
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#73 to #63 - creosote
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#48 - theshat
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#137 to #48 - anon id: c0ac1d51
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ok, can someone explain ?
User avatar #165 to #137 - theshat
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sponge bob reference
#56 to #48 - tommymemeborn
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******* loled so hard
******* loled so hard
#15 - anon id: edd7300d
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Why would the king of Gold Planet wear a crown made of gold?
Surely it should be made of wood, or dirt, or something valueable and rare.
User avatar #55 to #15 - sepheroth
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It was actually made of gold coated babies
#18 to #15 - anon id: cffa3719
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That's not the king, that's just a poor man wearing a hat.
#22 to #18 - yunablade
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#50 to #15 - acunit
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"A crown for a king"
"A crown for a king"
#57 to #50 - lordaurion
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What is this from?
#76 to #57 - acunit
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#78 to #76 - lordaurion
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No cable. And this is on HBO right? Don't have that either.
User avatar #138 to #78 - coastalhobo
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#90 to #78 - acunit
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piratebay
#97 to #90 - lordaurion
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>tfw no internet for almost 3 weeks   
I've been using a 3g tether that can only do 10MBs before it has to be reset.
>tfw no internet for almost 3 weeks
I've been using a 3g tether that can only do 10MBs before it has to be reset.
User avatar #60 to #57 - prjctecho
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Game of Thrones, Season 1
User avatar #14 - ost
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"Ir IS DIFFICULT To CULTIVATE FIDDY"

Dammit.
#122 to #14 - demoraler
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It's so much harder to cultivate...

Tree fiddy.
#28 to #14 - guymandude
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they've been trying to cultivate him for years
#34 to #28 - BerserkerMushroom
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#9 - ncisagentgibbs **User deleted account**
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I Love Goooooooooold
User avatar #36 to #9 - YukonCornelius
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i knew someone would post that, good work
#32 - stmuro
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it's about time 'murica helped them
#51 to #32 - hungsloth
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actually, since its obviously in space, we would not be able to send bombers up there.
User avatar #53 to #51 - sepheroth
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Which is why we build Space Bombers!
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