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Theoretical Postulation

January 11, 2020 01:45PM avatar
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As for Theoretical postulation, that is managed in OregonGreggs's classroom which is just down the hall. Perhaps he will chime in. grinning smiley

UtahRich -

yes, yes let me take the time to chime in. I remember a few years back UtahRich nervously knocked on the door of my classroom. I said, "Come on in". He stated he has found lots of clad dimes, quarters and zinc pennies but wanted to find some genuine stuff.

I said "Son, what do you consider genuine" he stated that he would like to find a Wheat penny or older. I said you came to the right class, grab a seat.

Long story short blah blah blah!!! he became one of my better pupils. We took "Theoretical Postulation" coupled with Superior machines ( Fors CoRe) and he started to see results ie: genuine finds as is evident in Pic # 1 ( by the way that was found at one of the sites we will be visiting on the next WTHO Outing, an 1854 Seated Dime) Needless to say when we got back to the classroom he received a little gold star next to his name.

And as is evident in Pic #2 because of the knowledge that he had learned from his " Theoretical Postulation" classes he was able to take a less superior machine ( I believe an Equinox in this case) and apply that knowledge and still achieve satisfactory results. In pic #2 I took him to an old site in Oregon and he found a beautiful 1936 Chafferuars badge.

For those interested, I can hold a morning seminar on "Theoretical Postulation" during the next outing in Wells, NV. Meeting will start at 9am in the Alamo Casino bar and conclude at noon, at which time we can walk across the casino and have lunch at the Iron Skillet. smiling smiley


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Large versus small coils.

D&P-OR 262 January 08, 2020 04:05PM

Coil selection at WTHO's

UtahRich 120 January 12, 2020 12:53PM

Re: Large versus small coils.

tabman 133 January 10, 2020 07:16PM

Yep! Both are good coils .... for different applications. N/T

Monte 105 January 11, 2020 12:59PM

Re: Large versus small coils.

GeoW 99 January 10, 2020 06:21PM

Re: Large versus small coils.

RickUK 134 January 10, 2020 02:37AM

And there-in is the answer for each of us.thumbs up

Monte 135 January 10, 2020 02:54AM


UtahRich 154 January 09, 2020 05:58PM

Each detector, any detector and every detector...

Monte 127 January 10, 2020 03:29AM

Becoming a Detectorist / Staying a Detectorist eye popping smiley

UtahRich 96 January 11, 2020 11:44AM

Theoretical Postulation Attachments

OregonGregg 118 January 11, 2020 01:45PM

Theoretical Postulation - The Fors CoRe

UtahRich 91 January 11, 2020 03:28PM

I always enjoying hearing, and learning or refreshsing.

Monte 100 January 11, 2020 12:57PM

Is it Spring yet ?

UtahRich 92 January 11, 2020 01:23PM


D&P-OR 160 January 09, 2020 08:11PM

Re: Large versus small coils.

OregonGregg 163 January 09, 2020 06:57AM

Re: Large versus small coils.

Kickindirt 170 January 09, 2020 06:14AM

Large versus small coils. - unmasking ability.

UtahRich 195 January 08, 2020 11:27PM

"It does make one think, doesn't it?" ... It sure does, and that's why - - -

Monte 143 January 10, 2020 02:44AM

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