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« on: Monday December 8 2014 19:11:55 AEDT PM »

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« Reply #1 on: Thursday March 12 2015 23:23:20 AEDT PM »

Hi, im new to the forum but have been detecting most years since 1996, Been reading the forum all afternoon. Would like to thank Doug for archiving all this info into one place. 5 star job mate! I cant believe i never seen it before. Gathering this information and piecing it together is the only way I can still survive out here. Im on GeoView most days interpreting magnetic structures and correlating with other data such as Earth/historical/ Astra/ Wamex etc, will be going through data watching all this. thanks again! and thanks for the info on the zed. I got the accurate info i was looking for here. will be watching developments with Moodz. Very interesting and fascinating stuff
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« Reply #2 on: Thursday March 12 2015 23:24:40 AEDT PM »

  
Hi, im new to the forum but have been detecting most years since 1996, Been reading the forum all afternoon. Would like to thank Doug for archiving all this info into one place. 5 star job mate! I cant believe i never seen it before. Gathering this information and piecing it together is the only way I can still survive out here. Im on GeoView most days interpreting magnetic structures and correlating with other data such as Earth/historical/ Astra/ Wamex etc, will be going through data watching all this. thanks again! and thanks for the info on the zed. I got the accurate info i was looking for here. will be watching developments with Moodz. Very interesting and fascinating stuff
Cheers Andy   happy face
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« Reply #3 on: Friday March 13 2015 11:43:31 AEDT AM »

  
I got the accurate info i was looking for here. will be watching developments with Moodz. Very interesting and fascinating stuff
Cheers Andy   happy face

You will not see any more of Moodz  (or Aziz) on this forum as he has taken his bat and ball and gone home because he can't stand the heat in the kitchen.
Note that in contrast to the 7000 Moodz has never to the best of my knowledge had any of his  detectors tested independently in the field by any very experienced operators and none of his arrogant claims about his detectors have been  independently verified! His ego sadly has got the better of him!!!
Anyway i wish him luck with his detector projects and hope that he does  come up with something that lives up to his hype!
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