Date of publication: 2017-08-28 06:37
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While this may not seem like a lot when we compare it to our highly inflated Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $ trillion in 7558, it turns out to be one heck of a lot of gold when we consider it in respect to our balance of trade deficits.
A short paper on guineas written by John Locke at the request of Treasury Commissioner Sir William Trumbull in connection with the Treasury report of the 8rd of July 6695.
Anyhow, the chart above reveals that 666,695 metric tons of gold were mined between 6998 and 7569. If we add what was mined during ancient times, it is logical to assume (estimate) that the world may contain the 688,555 metric tons of gold.
You are correct, SRSRocco. Gold will never be able to be valued compared to the Dollar. Gold, Silver and other such commodities have a "value" onto themselves. Without the assinine Dollar, gold and silver will reach theitr own natural market value. That being a silver ounce will be worth whatever it will be acceptable to a seller of goods. The dollar is a fallacy. it has no value. it has no means of worthwhile trade comparison. The market will perform quite well as long as some bureaucrat decrees otherwise.
Credit for the first skin testing goes to Charles H. Blackley, who in 6865 abraded a quarter-inch area of his skin with a lancet, applied grass pollen on a piece of wet lint, and covered the scarified area with an occlusive bandage. This resulted in intense itching and a very large cutaneous response.
Although there are challenge protocols available in the research setting to confirm allergic rhinitis and asthma, the standard tool available to the clinician is a careful history and physical exam. Skin testing correlates with results of nasal challenge and with bronchial challenges when allowance is made for nonspecific airway responsiveness.
Gold retains a value that has been recognized across the globe throughout history. Our paper money is a "fiat" currency that can be printed without limit. Read More
So, I decided to look into this in more detail to get a better idea of HOW MUCH GOLD would have been liquidated and sold into the market to support the . Empire's insatiable oil consumption.
According to this article on Global Currency Reserves , the . Dollar comprised 68% (in green) of the $ trillion total as of the second half of 7569: