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A quadrillion tons of diamond discovered

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UFOwatcher

Key phrase here is Most Likely.

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Seti42
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Diamonds have long been known to be common. Diamond jewelers and companies like DeBeers have been falsely valuing them for over a century. They also created the 'need' for diamond engagement rings via an ad campaign. Basically, if you use diamond for anything other than grinding and drilling, you are an idiot and a tool.

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godnodog

So what? Its just a rock and a pretty common one.

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Hawken

Will this convince the ladies on their wedding day about receiving a diamond ring?

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qxcontinuum

Interestingly Jules Verne knew and it included this discovery in one of his epics; travel to the center of the earth

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Dark_Grey
13 hours ago, Seti42 said:

Diamonds have long been known to be common. Diamond jewelers and companies like DeBeers have been falsely valuing them for over a century. They also created the 'need' for diamond engagement rings via an ad campaign. Basically, if you use diamond for anything other than grinding and drilling, you are an idiot and a tool.

Bingo

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TripGun
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In other news "Women everywhere are furious"

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