Hey J, what do you make of gold growing on trees in the outback?

Cause I think it would be way easier to hack some gold off of a tree instead of using that godforsaken, heavy-ass rock drill that you “let” me use the last time I was 2000 feet underground in your death tunnel. Just sayin’. Maybe you should look at all those the pine trees instead.

2 thoughts on “Hey J, what do you make of gold growing on trees in the outback?

  1. This is old news. They’ve know about this for 50 years. You’re basically using trace element analysis of the tree to help you locate gold deposits. Useful in certain circumstances. Actually producing gold is another story. It’s been tried with certain grass crops, and gold has actually been recovered by harvesting the grass, then leeching the pulp, but it is far from being economic.

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