Metal Detector Millions
There’s a reason people use metal detectors, they have a lot of scientific facts backing them, like the chance to discover wealth underneath the ground. “In 2010, a three-year-old British boy playing with his father’s metal detector discovered a 16th-century golden pendant estimated to be worth $4 million.” Did they just say four million? When you play with a metal detector, you usually only find a quarter. That’s a lot more than a quarter. Metal detectors work with an electromagnetic field emitted from a search coil in the ground to detect metal, and apparently, millions.