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Ancient African Coins and the History of Australia
May 20, 2013 | TheAge.com.au

Five copper coins about 1000 years old found on a beach by an Australian soldier during WWII may be strong evidence that ships from distant lands reached Australia hundreds of years earlier than what is written in history books.


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Gold Cache is Taxable ?
March 4, 2014 | SFGate.com
A couple in California found a cache of gold coins buried in their yard in February 2013. The coins were worth about $10 million. Now they are forced to sell some of the coins because their April 15th tax bill on the find is going to be about $5 million.

First Evidence for a Comet Striking Earth
October 8, 2013 | University of Witwatersrand
"The first ever evidence of a comet entering Earth’s atmosphere and exploding, raining down a shock wave of fire which obliterated every life form in its path, has been discovered by a team of South African scientists and international collaborators." Quoted from the University of Witwatersrand press release.

Qatar LNG Profits in Jeopardy?
April 8, 2014 | Bloomberg
Although Qatar is currently the largest exporter of liquified natural gas in the world, its natural gas profits could be slashed as Australia, the United States, east African nations, Indonesia and several other countries enter or step into the LNG export business. If Qatar's profits are threatened, what is going to happen to United States companies who plan to export natural gas and have a transportation disadvantage? Related: What is LNG?


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