It is made in Japan out of a certain glass.
No- man made very rare
Sapphire is a natural colour stone or somewhat you say as a lucky stone to some believers.Today science,technology & human intellectual has increased to such an extent that you can make your desired colourstone,artificially ,i.e.,using synthetics,polymers,etc.I agree that surely there is a man made counterpart for a sapphire
A man made magnet is made of Iron Nickel Cobalt and Rare earth Metals
All the existing elements are natural the man made elements are rare and have a very short life.
No. It is a "Rare Earth"- found only in trace amounts, but naturally occurring.
Yes. In fact, there are synthetic emeralds. They are real emeralds, though they are not as valuable as natural emeralds.
The most valuable Spider-Man comic is Amazing Fantasy #15, the first appearance of Spider-Man.
No one. Bodies of water are natural phenomena. There are rare occasions where there are man made bodies are created when dams are built for instance bur these are rare.
He's in Slateport.
you will go to the team rocket Warehouse at five island and get the sapphire.
you can't missingo has been found on emerald but it's a really rare glitch you must be the luckest man on the planet the rare glitch is go to any pokemart and there will be a hole go through it it takes you to the Pokemon league cave then you go in side walk around and the firt Pokemon you see is missingo but it is a really rare glitch
go to a man in purple in a cave.
Be a man and do it your self Be a man and do it your self
Yes. There is an old man in Pacifidlog Town who will "see" Mirage Island randomly based on your party pokemon. You cannot go until he sees it, which is rare, but if it occurs you have to surf up and right to get there.
Anything they found valuable
No, wind itself does not cause pollution. Pollution for the most part is "man made" or "man-caused". Pollution caused by natural occurrences is very rare.
Neon is a natural element, but is rare on earth. It is mostly found on stars and is abundant in the universe.
you have to use a itemfinder
Most plutonium in use in the world is man made. It is very rare and hard to find compared to Uranium, since its half-life is much shorter than Uranium; but can be synthesized in a reaction process out of Uranium.
Yes the signature of Buzz Aldrin will always be valuable as he was the second man to walk on the moon.
Not at all! Blacksmiths were honored and respected. They made valuable tools and repaired them, and the smith was an important man in the village.
Sapphire has a hardness of 9 on the Mohs hardness scale, whereas diamond, the hardest natural material known to man, has a hardness of 10.