Isn’t the diamond as precious as we think

Isn’t the diamond as precious as we think

It was determined that a group of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), together with colleagues from Harvard University, Melbourne University and the University of Technology and Science of China, had a very high probability of being 1 quadrillion tons of diamond in the 145 to 240 kilometer depth of the globe. Or is it not a stone that is as difficult as it is supposed to be, diamonds in wars, cruelty and human life?

Isn't the diamond as precious as we think it is?

How was this conclusion reached?

How was this conclusion reached?

MIT ‘s website said in a statement made by sound waves as a result of the controls were made. The sound waves, which vary according to the temperature, density and structure of the rocks, predicted to be close to 2 percent , ie 1 quadrillion tons of diamonds in the crater forming the core of the continents .

Technology is inadequate yet

Technology inadequate

If the predictions are true, and diamonds are not as rare as we think, the current mining technology is not at the level to reach those tons of diamonds. The diamond, which can be reached on earth, is still valuable, and in Africa , especially in Africa , there is a trade that can be regarded as human crime.

What happens if the 1 quadrillion diamond is reached?

What happens if the 1 quadrillion diamond is reached?

If the technology reaches the development of the diamond in the crater, the value of the diamond drops and is removed from the jewelery market. So what does the persecution and bloody trade done to people to reach the diamond? 

Sorry, it’s not over. This is the case for diamonds and not for diamonds.

They stole the National Treasury and fled

They stole the National Treasury and fled

In the Nottinghamshire counties of England, the thieves stole a “National Treasure” crown on display at The Portland Collection. The crown of Portland, the Duke of Portland, was exhibited in a glass fan. In the evening, the thieves who broke into the exhibition center broke the glass fan, and took a diamond pendant in the same glass display. Authorities, priceless diamonds on the edges of the diamonds and two diamonds on the edge of the chasm, the stones were dismantled and sold for fear of selling. Nottinghamshire police launched an investigation into the incident

Son of an Israeli billionaire businessman detained for diamond smuggling

Son of an Israeli billionaire businessman detained for diamond smuggling

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Israeli police detained a group of tens of millions of dollars worth of diamonds in the country.

Six suspects, including Zevulun Leviev, son of Israel’s billionaire businessman Lev Leviev, have been charged with ripping diamonds worth about 300 million shekels ($ 80 million) into Israel since 2010.

LLD Diamonds, one of the pioneers of the diamond market in the world, the LLD Diamonds owned by the Israeli police, the investigation will continue to expand, within this scope, both in Israel and abroad, said there would be more detentions.

Zevulun Leviev’s lawyers claimed that the allegations were unfounded and that the detention order was a step towards pressure on the father.

LLD Diamonds said in a statement that the company did not have any information about the alleged smuggling.

In addition, the company’s statement “Mr. Leviev and the companies under its control act under the laws. We hope that the issue becomes clear soon and the doubts are proved to be unfounded,” the statement said.

Israel is known as one of the world’s largest diamond cutting and polishing centers.

$ 250,000 diamond ring from Apple’s designer

$ 250,000 diamond ring from Apple’s designer

If you like the design of Apple products you will probably like this ring. 

Apple’s chief designer Jony Ive;  iPhone designed a diamond ring consisting of materials around the MacBook and iPad. 

Working with Marc Newson from Apple’s design team, Ive’s design will be auctioned for a donation on December 5 in Malibu.

The ring is expected to be sold at between $ 150,000 and $ 250,000.

“Fancy Shiny Pink” diamond ring sold at record price

“Fancy Shiny Pink” diamond ring sold at record price

Christie’s Auction House in Geneva, Switzerland, 19 carat “The Pink Legacy” (Pink Heritage) “Fancy Vivid Pink” diamond ring 44 million 500 thousand Swiss francs  the “world record” was broken.
The “Ornate Bright Pink” ring, which was offered for auction at a hotel in the city with the opening price of 24 million Swiss francs, found a buyer of 44 million 500 thousand Swiss francs.
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