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Yeah fair enough. But I still don't get where they are getting that "one dot = silver" in the pyramid >>19566541

Going by the data on demonocracy's own site it's about 8.5 times more silver, and 4.6 if you take out the tons of silver lost. Of course he ignores or just doesn't have the data on how much gold has been lost, it gets used in industrial purposes too, something like 16% of yearly production. And that would drive the ratio up nearer 8.5, maybe to like 6 or so.

So it's like I said, in terms of value there's like 10-20x more $ worth of gold than silver depending on how you calculate it. That picture makes it look like there are HUNDREDS of times more, so I think it's very misleading



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