Dumps are really gold mines. In some countries in S. America, the people dive in landfills covered in water searching for gold. The dumps are a mess of scattered disorganized raw materials that will be worth trillions when they're harvested. It'll probably be after peak everything or as soon as robots are good enough. Will just have to work around the hazardous chemicals everywhere from asbestos to lead, etc. It will all be recycled I think.Quote: ThenWhatHappensQuote: onenickelmiracle
"The great garbage avalanche of 2505."
Search your favorite news site, this is not an isolated occurrence.
Thank you.Quote: mcallister3200
I have to say, a picture of a troll as an avatar is brilliant for about any forum. Well done ONM!
What did I trick people to click, but warning them not to click? I can't remember. Does anyone remember what that was about?
I think I know, but want the feedback to be sure
That was what I was thinking, but didn't want to taint the question.Quote: Mooseton
A "free" IQ test with a Nigerian prince at the end?
I totally wonder about these things. I dont know about salt, but sometimes a commodity is not just a commodity. Coffee is not just coffee, there are fillers(leaves, twigs,etc.) and flavorings. This is why different coffees do not taste the same, and prices are different. Maybe you buy a cheaper coffee, paying for crap literally, it scares me.Quote: rxwine
Whenever I have to pick up salt at the store, I always wonder who in world buys name brand salt (Morton) over the cheaper generic store brand?