Arkansas (USA) has a famous “diamond crater” that is visited for several reasons:
– Anyone who finds a diamond here can take it home.
– Over 75,000 diamonds have been found, so the chances of finding another diamond are not that insignificant and the largest diamond in America (Uncle Sam) has been found in this crater, which gives the area a unique charm.
– Diamonds can be found without a shovel, as they are usually on the ground… By the way, for those who are unaware, diamonds are formed from carbon. They are pushed out of the ground by lava, which is why diamonds can be found without further excavation
Experienced jeweler seekers say that it is best to look for a diamond after a heavy downpour. Rain washed away the dirt, causing the diamonds to shine in the sun and attract the eye. You just have to be attentive to notice them.
Unfortunately, attentiveness is a luxury these days – sometimes children are more attentive, so recently a seven-carat diamond was found by a 14-year-old boy. At first, no one believed that his find had at least a little bit of value because the diamond he found looked like a simple pebble… So, it took time to determine the true value of the diamond.
Similar to the advice we get from smart people. It’s hard to determine the value of those tips
You know what it is like. Sometimes friends give us the best advice, and we treat it like garbage – we throw it out it.
© Fortune, 2020
Would you like to find a diamond in such a crater?