diamonds: treasure exorcism
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#1 Feb 22, 2013
Diamonds are geometrically wondrous gem-like sparkling stones that are formed by pressurizing regular coals.
Coal mines are found in many places across the world, but the lucrative value-based international diamond trade market has become somewhat socially dangerous, as various privatized profiteers are partially vying for mighty dominion over the treasure market.
This surprising social danger in the otherwise precious diamond market has created critical perceptions that human societies are perhaps dabbling so greedily with natural minerals (i.e., coal, fossil fuels, etc.) that its own power desire for treasure has bred turmoil, revealing the philosophical magic of the relevant Hollywood (USA) movie "Blood Diamond" (2006).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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