How to get rich in one day. diamond Park
• How to get rich in one day. Park Diamond
Surely you've heard of the "gold rush" when in some areas found a gold mine, and everyone who wanted to get rich rushed back in search of fortune. Many people are trying to break a big jackpot went bankrupt and lost everything, including life. However, in America, there is a place where anyone can safely recover such a fever and get a chance to get rich in one day.
In the city of Murfreesboro, Arkansas, USA, is "Crater of Diamonds" - the world's only diamond mine open to the public, where, paying a small fee for entrance, anyone can try their luck in the search for gems and keep the all whatever he finds.
Every year about one hundred thousand miners dig up an area of 37 acres, hoping to find diamonds. Some use a sieve "seruka" to wash and separate themselves from the sand diamonds. Others just work in her lap, running his hands to the ground and trying to see the faint reflection of the precious stones.
Throughout the century, "Crater of Diamonds" about 75 thousand diamonds and semi-precious stones have been found, including the largest found in the United States, 40-carat diamond "Uncle Sam." According to representatives of the "Crater of Diamonds", every year visitors find more than 600 diamonds in all colors and sizes. And since the park has received the state status in 1972, more than 31 thousand precious stones were found.
In addition to diamonds, visitors may find semi-precious stones such as amethyst, agate, and jasper, and about 40 other minerals such as garnet, phlogopite, quartz, barite and calcite.
Diamonds, which are still found in the career of miners, 3 million were formed years ago in the Earth's mantle at a depth of 96 to 160 kilometers away, where a lot of pressure and temperature of crystallized carbon.
For the first time in this place diamonds were discovered in 1906 by John Huddlestone in the territory of his farm. Huddlestone found two of the crystal and, suspecting that they may be precious, took them to a local jeweler for assessment, which confirmed not only its value, but also that they are diamonds. Soon after, the "diamond rush" and thousands of people flocked to Murfreesboro. as Huddlestone was not himself interested in diamond mining, and he sold the land to investors for 36 thousand dollars.
After several unsuccessful attempts to industrial development of the deposit, a quarry was opened to the public in the early 1950s and renamed as "Crater of Diamonds." In 1972, Arkansas had bought this land for 750tys. dollars.
Most diamonds found are actually very small to cut (of a match head), but sometimes luck is smiling miners, and they find a 3-carat and 5-carat diamonds, the price of which reaches thousands of dollars.