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Another satisfied QED user! QED user report for 9 days detecting! User loves it, found it easy to use,found gold with it and he prefers it to his 5000! Also a report on a QED used at the beach for coin shooting.QED users reporting in with their multi ounce gold finds with the QED! More QED users reporting in! QED users are reporting that they do not find "bias drift" an issue!
The QED pictured is backward compatible with the current QED and has been designed and made by a member here. The firmware and circuit are identical with the current version except for a change in the face plate and control box. Changing to this configuration will NOT void the warranty when performed by the control box designer as it has been endorsed, approved and authorized by the QED manufacturer. The 4th button will not work at this time as the  firmware update for that has not been created yet and when its available will be provided free of charge (other than postage costs)by BW. QED Detector ,latest updates board is only available to registered forum members.

Goldsearch Australia has been appointed the Australian Distributor for the QED. QED info on the Goldsearch website has been updated.
This is the only forum where you can talk directly with the designer/ manufacturer of the QED and  also some very experienced QED users.
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 91 
 on: Thursday April 13 2017 17:06:35 AEST PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
Nugget finders latest coil is the 19" EVO. Don't know whether its available in Oz yet or the price.
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I was told today that the 19" evo coil  runs fine on the QED and on testing vs the SAD7000 beat it for depth/sensitivity/stronger better defined signal (witnessed) at a test site with at least one large buried lead target.
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 92 
 on: Thursday April 13 2017 11:02:46 AEST AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
NBN Congestion Is Forcing ISPs To Build Their Own Private Networks
The NBN is a complicated piece of technology — the largest infrastructure project in Australian history. From its inception in 2007 as a mostly-fibre network to the multi-technology mix of 2017, it's evolved into a Byzantine mess both for customers to understand and for internet service providers to manage. The main pain point is congestion — a lack of virtual capacity on the network that slows some connections to a crawl. It's bad enough that some smaller ISPs are provisioning their own networks rather than relying on existing backhaul from NBN and their own competitors.
  
link-https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2017/04/nbn-congestion-is-forcing-isps-to-build-their-own-private-networks/
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 93 
 on: Thursday April 13 2017 10:47:19 AEST AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
 Nugget finders latest coil is the 19" EVO. Don't know whether its available in Oz yet or the price.
doug smile

 94 
 on: Thursday April 13 2017 10:42:41 AEST AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
The site is under construction.
  
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 95 
 on: Wednesday April 12 2017 18:41:02 AEST PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
All the farmers and their chemical run-offs and animal waste.
And what about the giant ships that keep dumping crap illegally.

Yes these factors and also coal dust  just  increase the stress on the corals making them even more susceptible to bleaching! I still see that a climate denier dope "Doubting Thomas" on Finders is persisting with the story that only 3% of the reef has been bleached when the very best scientific evidence from a very extensive survey clearly show otherwise!
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 96 
 on: Wednesday April 12 2017 18:34:23 AEST PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by sd220d Digger
All the farmers and their chemical run-offs and animal waste.
And what about the giant ships that keep dumping crap illegally.

 97 
 on: Wednesday April 12 2017 17:08:41 AEST PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
'cycle of life' espouses that should this current batch die off, another will rise up to replace it...
This statement is also total nonsense  for the GBF simply because evolutionary adaptation  is a very slow processes and the rate of evolutionary adaptation  cannot possibly keep up with the rapid rate of ocean warming  and deceasing pH. This is particularly so when you get successive years of severe bleaching!
So “GypsyGoldAu”  to think that  this “cycle of life” can save the reef is just total nonsense and not supported by the reef scientists. The only way the reef might be saved is if the world gets serious about reducing the emissions of C02!

Global warming and recurrent mass bleaching of corals

Nature 543, 373–377 (16 March 2017)

Received 07 October 2016
Accepted 16 February 2017
Published online 15 March 2017
Editor's summary
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest reef system, but is being increasingly affected by climate change. Terry Hughes and colleagues examine changes in the geographic footprint of mass bleaching events on the Great Barrier Reef over the last two decades, using aerial and underwater survey data combined with satellite-derived measurements of sea surface temperature. They show that the cumulative footprint of multiple bleaching events has expanded to encompass virtually all of the Great Barrier Reef, reducing the number and size of potential refuges. The 2016 bleaching event proved the most severe, affecting 91% of individual reefs. The authors call for immediate global action to reduce the magnitude of climate warming in order to secure a future for coral reefs.

Abstract

During 2015–2016, record temperatures triggered a pan-tropical episode of coral bleaching, the third global-scale event since mass bleaching was first documented in the 1980s. Here we examine how and why the severity of recurrent major bleaching events has varied at multiple scales, using aerial and underwater surveys of Australian reefs combined with satellite-derived sea surface temperatures. The distinctive geographic footprints of recurrent bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef in 1998, 2002 and 2016 were determined by the spatial pattern of sea temperatures in each year. Water quality and fishing pressure had minimal effect on the unprecedented bleaching in 2016, suggesting that local protection of reefs affords little or no resistance to extreme heat. Similarly, past exposure to bleaching in 1998 and 2002 did not lessen the severity of bleaching in 2016. Consequently, immediate global action to curb future warming is essential to secure a future for coral reefs.
  
  
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 98 
 on: Wednesday April 12 2017 09:52:52 AEST AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
Read this today on another site and had a good laugh!
“Since the release of the QED Dougs Dead Forum has only been able to achieve 16 new members”
See this SC of forum stats below which shows just how wrong this poster is. Notice the big increase in forum activity here since the release of the QED and over 60 new members!
 This forum will go close by end of this month to 1 million page views since the QED was released!
Makes this other site look sick with its at most 3-4 new members over the same time frame!
This forum nearly always has  more registered members on line in the last 60 mins than this other site has in 24 hours! Eg Users Online in the Last 24 Hours on the other site.
0 Staff, 2 Members, 370 Guests.
llanbric, niteowl SAD
Says it all!
doug smile

Of course about the only registered member that post regularly on the other site is the admin who is also a persistent source of misinformation as are  almost all the other posters there! 
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 99 
 on: Wednesday April 12 2017 00:05:07 AEST AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
Great Barrier Reef at 'terminal stage': scientists despair at latest coral bleaching data
‘Last year was bad enough, this is a disaster,’ says one expert as Australia Research Council finds fresh damage across 8,000km
Back-to-back severe bleaching events have affected two-thirds of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, new aerial surveys have found.
The findings have caused alarm among scientists, who say the proximity of the 2016 and 2017 bleaching events is unprecedented for the reef, and will give damaged coral little chance to recover.
Scientists with the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies last week completed aerial surveys of the world’s largest living structure, scoring bleaching at 800 individual coral reefs across 8,000km.
The results show the two consecutive mass bleaching events have affected a 1,500km stretch, leaving only the reef’s southern third unscathed.
So much for the utter rubbish posted  on finders forum by Doubting Thomas   whose only source is from some unknown  reef divers who say  only 3% of the reef is affected and and this is normal for this time of the year!!!  Doubting Thomas should listen more to the  reef scientists and then he won't post such ill informed rot!
  
link-https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/apr/10/great-barrier-reef-terminal-stage-australia-scientists-despair-latest-coral-bleaching-data
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 100 
 on: Tuesday April 11 2017 23:35:08 AEST PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
Read this today on another site and had a good laugh!
“Since the release of the QED Dougs Dead Forum has only been able to achieve 16 new members”
See this SC of forum stats below which shows just how wrong this poster is. Notice the big increase in forum activity here since the release of the QED and over 60 new members!
 This forum will go close by end of this month to 1 million page views since the QED was released!
Makes this other site look sick with its at most 3-4 new members over the same time frame!
This forum nearly always has  more registered members on line in the last 60 mins than this other site has in 24 hours! Eg Users Online in the Last 24 Hours on the other site.
0 Staff, 2 Members, 370 Guests.
llanbric, niteowl SAD
Says it all!
doug smile

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