Is diamond the world's most valuable natural resource?
about one-quarter of the worlds freshwater
Diamonds are like, the worlds strongest, pricless, and valuable rocks, it takes a lot to break, unless you dropped in from.. a thousand story building? Another Answer A diamond can fracture along its natural lines if it's hit 'just right'. Most diamond cutters plan cuts so that a finished diamond gemstone is never subjected to angles or pressure points where this natural fracture can occur accidentally. However, diamonds can fracture along a flaw.
yes, in fact water is by far the worlds most important resource. nothing on earth would be here because we are water.
coal, I think.
The most valuable rocks for private collectors would be samples of moon rocks brought back by the Apollo space missions. Painite, ruby and diamond are the most valuable precious gems (minerals) by weight.
DeBeers controls about 35% of the diamond gemstone industry, according to Time Magazine, November 2010.
'Rare' used to describe a natural diamond describes many diamonds. Red is generally acknowledged as the most rare natural colour in diamonds. Then, the Moussaieff Red, could be called the world's rarest diamond. You can read more about this stone, below.
The largest natural diamond found to date weighed more than 3,000 carats, and fit into the palm of a grown man's hand.
Since most large and valuable diamonds known today were either gifts to royalty or spoils of war -- meaning no money traded hands in exchange for the diamonds, whichever of these you choose as biggest... flawless coloured raw diamond white ...is priceless.
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The worlds biggest diamond bank - $340 billion US's Worth The worlds biggest diamond bank - $340 billion US's Worth
Mother Nature made the world's biggest diamond.
There are active diamond mines in India, Brazil, Canada, several countries in Africa, and Australia. It will not be possible to measure where the most diamonds are found until all these natural resources are exhausted.
the old worlds because they used to use it to preserve meats, in some countries salt was as valuable as gold
The worlds strongest rock is diamond
the hope diamond is my answer
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Iron ore(World's largest supplier), Coal(Worlds largest Supplier), Bauxite(Worlds largest supplier), Gold(worlds largest nugget), Copper, Tin, Opals(worlds only source of black opal), Diamonds(2nd largest after south Africa but produces yellow diamond valued for industrial use), Uranium(worlds largest supplier) Natural gas(worlds largest supplier) Oil and Shale oil, magnesium, manganese, zinc, salt, nickle, mineral sands
The Tiffany Yellow Diamond is the worlds second largest canary yellow diamond. In 1983 the diamond was appraised and valued at 12 million dollars.
The most valuable painting doesn't necessarily have to have been sold. The Mona Lisa is the worlds most valuable painting, but is not the most expensive.
There is no one single company that owns the worlds diamond market. The DeBeers Organization, however, is a long-standing and seasoned business involved in diamonds -- worldwide. They do not own the market.
There are two different kinds of natural resources, renewable and non-renewable. Minerals and metals mined from the Earth are for the most part a non-renewable resource. When it's gone that's it. With a renewable resource like trees, we plant and harvest over and over. But you can't pull metals and ore out of thin air.
There are several, including Antwerp, Belgium and New York City's diamond district.
Twenty percent of the worlds energy is supplied by natural gas.
The Hope Diamond. It's not the biggest or the best, but it is the most famous. ______________ As well, the Cullinan Diamond is famous; it's in the Queen's Crown Jewel collection.
The world's most valuable coin is the rare currency at the Smithsonian. The two coins are the 1933 Double Eagle which was the last $20 gold coin and its 1849 brother.
Great is a judgement call and you are the judge. There are diamond mines on every continent on earth, except on the Antarctic continent.
In free to play worlds they only drop bones, However, in members worlds, they also always drop the valuable unicorn horn, and uncommonly drop lockpicks.
The name of the 3rd Episode in Diamond and Pearl was called "When PokÃ©mon Worlds Collide!"
The Mona Lisa, because it is one of the oldest and most well-known paintings in the world.
It is a non-renewable resource. It is a metal that is mined from the earth and the worlds deposits of copper are limited.
You can see the Golden Jubilee diamond, now 545.67 carats, in the Royal Thai Palace as part of the crown jewels when they are in view.
H. Stern's Venus Necklace - $3.17 million is the worlds most expensive diamond necklace. You can also select a diamond necklace from designer collection at Katarina.com and buy it online.
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Russia and Botswana keep switching for the spot of the world's largest diamond producer. South Africa is also a major player.
there are over thousands of things that are made out of plastic. Plastic is the worlds most used renewable resource
the country of Columbia is a major supplier of gold and the worlds number one resource of emeralds.
The US Gold Double Eagle (1933) coin holds the largest sales price at $7.5 million.
rainbow bridge is a natural bridge rainbow bridge is located in glenscanyon its the worlds largest natural bridge
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worlds tallest trees
You could use it like this: We are depleting our worlds natural resources.
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The martians were killed by diseases, which they had no natural immunity too.
They died from human diseases they did not have natural immunity for.
Probably those children under age whose parents are involved somehow with diamonds. These children could be located most anywhere there is a diamond-oriented business.