• 7 Places There's Still Buried Treasure

    Grab your shovels! And possibly scuba gear. Anyhoo loves fun facts, pop culture and bringing you mind-bending stories and perspective every day. We will always be here with an informative distraction. Anyhoo... Subscribe: http://rev3.co/SubscribeToAnyhoo Facebook: http://rev3.co/AnyhooFacebook Twitter: http://rev3.co/AnyhooTwitter

    published: 31 May 2014
  • How 2 Nerds Found Most Valuable Treasure in US History!

    Have you heard about how a couple of data nerds found a 131-year-old sunken treasure? It's a fascinating story of how Tommy Thompson and his neighbor Bob Evans found the most valuable sunken treasure in U.S. history. About 21 tons of gold coins and bars was being carried by a ship called the SS Central America that ran into some bad weather--a hurricane, actually. Tommy started stapling together some 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of paper and went to the library to search through microfilm. Remember this was in the 1980s before nerds had advanced databases or Google search tools. Instead, they, with the assistance of Larry Stone, used something called Baysian Theory, which, ironically is the base foundation on how modern search engines work. It involves pouring through large sets of data to narr...

    published: 16 May 2015
  • United States Treasure Atlas Volume 5 by Thomas P. Terry - metaldetector.com

    For complete details on the United States Treasure Atlas Volume 5 by Thomas P. Terry visit http://www.metaldetector.com/united-states-treasure-atlas-volume-5?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=treepodia now. Metal Detector Specialists Since 1983. The first online retailer of metal detectors. BBB member and Google Trusted Store. http://www.metaldetector.com

    published: 21 Oct 2014
  • The Treasury Story pt1-2 1969 United States Department of the Treasury

    more at http://money.quickfound.net/ "Gives historical account of establishment. Alexander Hamilton was the first Sec. of Treasury. It was divided into six bureaus: Bureau of Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Customs, Bureau of Public Debt, Bureau of Accounts." Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). Split with MKVmerge GUI (part of MKVToolNix), the same software can recombine the downloaded parts (in mp4 format): http://www.bunkus.or...

    published: 11 May 2012
  • TOUR of the US Fiat Currency PRINTING PRESS New $100 USD Bill Being Printed & Packed

    TOUR of the U.S. Fiat Currency PRINTING PRESS - New $100 USD Bill Being Printed & Packed The Constitution of the United States of America provides that the United States Congress shall have the power "To coin Money". Laws implementing this power are currently codified in Section 5112 of Title 31 of the United States Code. Section 5112 prescribes the forms in which the United States dollars shall be issued. Those coins are both designated in Section 5112 as "legal tender" in payment of debts. The Sacagawea dollar is one example of the copper alloy dollar. The pure silver dollar is known as the American Silver Eagle. Section 5112 also provides for the minting and issuance of other coins, which have values ranging from one cent to fifty dollars.[18] These other coins are more fully described...

    published: 14 Jan 2013
  • Conversation with Secretary of the Treasury of the United States

    Join the World Affairs Council for an afternoon discussion on the economy with the Honorable Jacob J. Lew, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. For more information about this event please visit: http://www.worldaffairs.org/event-calendar/event/1249

    published: 20 Feb 2014
  • New Secretary of Treasury Signature to Appear on United States Bank Notes. VIDEO: 1:58

    Rosie Rios, United States Treasurer, US Treasury Forum, August 15, 2013. New Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's signature will begin to appear on United States paper money that will soon be in circulation. Each time the Treasurer of Secretary of the Treasurer the signatures on American paper money creating varieties for bank note collectors. More news and video about coin and paper money collecting at http://coinweek.com.

    published: 12 May 2015
  • O'Hara United States Treasury 1971

    Nice series from 1971 starring David Janssen. One of my favorite police series from that time. Shame it didn't last longer than what it did. At that time the Secret Service was part of the Treasury Department together with ATF, IRS Intelligence, IRS Inspection and the US Customs Service.

    published: 13 Dec 2015
  • Swearing-In Ceremony of the Secretary of Treasury

    The White House

    published: 14 Feb 2017
  • FIRST-LOOK-Inside-the-FEDERAL-RESERVE,-USD,-CASH,-GOLD-monetary-SYSTEM-Americas-Money-Vault-PART-1

    FIRST LOOK Inside the FEDERAL RESERVE, USD, CASH, GOLD monetary SYSTEM - Americas Money Vault, National Geographic Full Episode PART 1 For the first time, National Geographic takes you inside the heart of the money machine to places that you're not allowed to bring a camera ...straight into the vaults of some of the world's largest stashes of what you want, need and bust your butt to get: Money. Hidden deep under the streets of New York City, hundreds of billion dollars in gold bars are tucked away in a bunker that is anchored to the bedrock of Manhattan Island itself. In the latest in a string of high-profile hacking disclosures, the Federal Reserve confirmed on Wednesday that one of its websites was broken into by cyber hackers in a breach that reportedly leaked the contact informatio...

    published: 17 May 2013
7 Places There's Still Buried Treasure

7 Places There's Still Buried Treasure

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How 2 Nerds Found Most Valuable Treasure in US History!

How 2 Nerds Found Most Valuable Treasure in US History!

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Have you heard about how a couple of data nerds found a 131-year-old sunken treasure? It's a fascinating story of how Tommy Thompson and his neighbor Bob Evans found the most valuable sunken treasure in U.S. history. About 21 tons of gold coins and bars was being carried by a ship called the SS Central America that ran into some bad weather--a hurricane, actually. Tommy started stapling together some 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of paper and went to the library to search through microfilm. Remember this was in the 1980s before nerds had advanced databases or Google search tools. Instead, they, with the assistance of Larry Stone, used something called Baysian Theory, which, ironically is the base foundation on how modern search engines work. It involves pouring through large sets of data to narrow down the most likely area of finding the intended target, in this case, treasure. The two of them did their level best to calculate such things as which way the winds were blowing at the time of the sinking and even seemingly remotely antidotal data in order to create an algorithm to determine the most likely location of the sunken treasure. It was called a Data Correlation Matrix Combined Narrative, plotting the course of the USS Central America's course from Havana on September 8, 1857 toward New York. To make a long story short, the data nerds followed the trail of headwinds measured in knots, charted the net speed of the ship, it's intended trajectory and the amount of deflected direction from the initial winds that accelerated into a tropical storm, and lo and behold, they found the projected sinking point. X marks the spot, so to speak, except you can't exactly draw an X on the surface of the ocean. Oh, and one more thing, it was a fairly large X--about the area size of Rhode Island! Hey, at least they narrowed it down from searching the entire Atlantic Ocean. So they took a floating high tech sonar machine, er, well, high tech from 1980s standpoint. And after a false alarm, finding a sunken ship--without gold--they went back to work and found the right ship about 200 miles off shore--with about a ton of gold in it! They scooped it up, headed to land and whisked it away in three packed Brinks armored trucks. But that was when the nice guy nerds ran into a whole host of gold digging opportunists including 39 different insurance companies that filed lawsuits, laying claim to the gold, saying they were entitled to it because they paid insurance claims on the lost treasure in the 1800s. Lesson learned? Finding the gold wasn't easy but it proved to the easiest part. For years they navigated the treacherous waters of federal courtrooms for 10 years and 43 million dollars in legal fees and loans. But eventually Team Tommy prevailed, winning the rights to the gold, selling it for $48 million dollars, and having $6 million left over for the investors--The rest is history and their story is being told on--the History Channel? Ha! Gotcha. Nope. It's coming soon from ESPN Films! And the adventure story is titled, "In Deep Water." Now isn't that a sportin' good ending to this story! But it doesn't have to be the end for you. Perhaps this is just the beginning. Have you ever considered investing in rare gold coins? For a free booklet called Rediscovering Gold in the 21st Century, call: 800-Buy Coin (800-289-2646) Or visit: http://www.SwissAmerica.com ...and view more videos on our website at: http://Clean.TV
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United States Treasure Atlas Volume 5 by Thomas P. Terry - metaldetector.com

United States Treasure Atlas Volume 5 by Thomas P. Terry - metaldetector.com

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For complete details on the United States Treasure Atlas Volume 5 by Thomas P. Terry visit http://www.metaldetector.com/united-states-treasure-atlas-volume-5?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=treepodia now. Metal Detector Specialists Since 1983. The first online retailer of metal detectors. BBB member and Google Trusted Store. http://www.metaldetector.com
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The Treasury Story pt1-2 1969 United States Department of the Treasury

The Treasury Story pt1-2 1969 United States Department of the Treasury

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more at http://money.quickfound.net/ "Gives historical account of establishment. Alexander Hamilton was the first Sec. of Treasury. It was divided into six bureaus: Bureau of Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Customs, Bureau of Public Debt, Bureau of Accounts." Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). Split with MKVmerge GUI (part of MKVToolNix), the same software can recombine the downloaded parts (in mp4 format): http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/doc/mkvmerge-gui.html part 2: http://youtu.be/Os5aTgc_CEI http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Department_of_the_Treasury The Department of the Treasury is an executive department and the treasury of the United States federal government. It was established by an Act of Congress in 1789 to manage government revenue. The Department is administered by the Secretary of the Treasury, who is a member of the Cabinet. The first Secretary of the Treasury was Alexander Hamilton, who was sworn into office on September 11, 1789. Hamilton was asked by President George Washington to serve after first having asked Robert Morris (who declined, recommending Hamilton instead). Hamilton almost single-handedly worked out the nation's early financial system, and for several years was a major presence in Washington's administration as well. His portrait is on the obverse of the U.S. ten-dollar bill while the Treasury Department building is shown on the reverse. Besides the Secretary, one of the best-known Treasury officials is the Treasurer of the United States whose signature, along with the Treasury Secretary's, appears on all Federal Reserve notes. The Treasury prints and mints all paper currency and coins in circulation through the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the United States Mint. The Department also collects all federal taxes through the Internal Revenue Service, and manages U.S. government debt instruments, with the major exception of the Federal Reserve System. The U.S. Treasury is an entirely separate entity from the Federal Reserve System, the central banking system of the United States. The Federal Reserve is independent within the government, and its Board of Governors (including its chairman and vice-chairman) are chosen by the President and confirmed by the Senate. Monetary policy decisions of the Federal Reserve System, in distinction to the Treasury's decisions, "do not have to be approved by the President or anyone else in the executive or legislative branches of government..." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Hamilton President George Washington appointed Hamilton as the first United States Secretary of the Treasury on September 11, 1789. He left office on the last day of January 1795. Much of the structure of the government of the United States was worked out in those five years, beginning with the structure and function of the cabinet itself. Forrest McDonald argues that Hamilton saw his office, like that of the British First Lord of the Treasury, as the equivalent of a Prime Minister; Hamilton would oversee his colleagues under the elective reign of George Washington. Washington did request Hamilton's advice and assistance on matters outside the purview of the Treasury Department. In the next two years, Hamilton submitted five reports: - First Report on the Public Credit: Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1790. - Operations of the Act Laying Duties on Imports: Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1790. - Second Report on Public Credit -- Report on a National Bank. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1790. - Report on the Establishment of a Mint: Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1791. - Report on Manufactures: Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1791...
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TOUR of the US Fiat Currency PRINTING PRESS   New $100 USD Bill Being Printed & Packed

TOUR of the US Fiat Currency PRINTING PRESS New $100 USD Bill Being Printed & Packed

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TOUR of the U.S. Fiat Currency PRINTING PRESS - New $100 USD Bill Being Printed & Packed The Constitution of the United States of America provides that the United States Congress shall have the power "To coin Money". Laws implementing this power are currently codified in Section 5112 of Title 31 of the United States Code. Section 5112 prescribes the forms in which the United States dollars shall be issued. Those coins are both designated in Section 5112 as "legal tender" in payment of debts. The Sacagawea dollar is one example of the copper alloy dollar. The pure silver dollar is known as the American Silver Eagle. Section 5112 also provides for the minting and issuance of other coins, which have values ranging from one cent to fifty dollars.[18] These other coins are more fully described in Coins of the United States dollar. state shall... make any thing but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts" clause in article 1, section 10 of the United States Constitution. The Gold Standard Act of 1900 abandoned the bimetallic standard and defined the dollar as 23.22 grains (1.505 g) of gold, equivalent to setting the price of 1 troy ounce of gold at $20.67. Silver coins continued to be issued for circulation until 1964, when all silver was removed from dimes and quarters, and the half dollar was reduced to 40% silver. Silver half dollars were last issued for circulation in 1970. Gold coins were confiscated by Executive Order 6102 issued in 1933 by Franklin Roosevelt. The gold standard was changed to 13.71 grains (0.888 g), equivalent to setting the price of 1 troy ounce of gold at $35. U.S. dollar freely float on currency markets. According to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the largest note it ever printed was the $100,000 Gold Certificate, Series 1934. These notes were printed from December 18, 1934 through January 9, 1935, and were issued by the Treasurer of the United States to Federal Reserve Banks only against an equal amount of gold bullion held by the Treasury. These notes were used for transactions between Federal Reserve Banks and were not circulated among the general public. The U.S. Constitution provides that Congress shall have the power to "borrow money on the credit of the United States". Congress has exercised that power by authorizing Federal Reserve Banks to issue Federal Reserve Notes. Those notes are "obligations of the United States" and "shall be redeemed in lawful money on demand at the Treasury Department of the United States, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, or at any Federal Reserve bank. "Federal Reserve Notes are designated by law as "legal tender" for the payment of debts. Congress has also authorized the issuance of more than 10 other types of banknotes, including the United States Note[44] and the Federal Reserve Bank Note. The Federal Reserve Note is the only type that remains in circulation since the 1970s. Currently printed denominations are $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. Notes above the $100 denomination stopped being printed in 1946 and were officially withdrawn from circulation in 1969. These notes were used primarily in inter-bank transactions or by organized crime; it was the latter usage that prompted President Richard Nixon to issue an executive order in 1969 halting their use. With the advent of electronic banking, they became less necessary. Notes in denominations of $500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000, and $100,000 were all produced at one time; see large denomination bills in U.S. currency for details. These notes are now collector's items and are worth more than their face value to collectors. Though still predominantly green, post-2004 series incorporate other colors to better distinguish different denominations. As a result of a 2008 decision in an accessibility lawsuit filed by the American Council of the Blind, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is planning to implement a raised tactile feature in the next redesign of each note, except the $1 and the version of the $100 bill already in process. It also plans larger, higher-contrast numerals, more color differences, and distribution of currency readers to assist the visually impaired during the transition period.
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Conversation with Secretary of the Treasury of the United States

Conversation with Secretary of the Treasury of the United States

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Join the World Affairs Council for an afternoon discussion on the economy with the Honorable Jacob J. Lew, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. For more information about this event please visit: http://www.worldaffairs.org/event-calendar/event/1249
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New Secretary of Treasury Signature to Appear on United States Bank Notes. VIDEO: 1:58

New Secretary of Treasury Signature to Appear on United States Bank Notes. VIDEO: 1:58

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Rosie Rios, United States Treasurer, US Treasury Forum, August 15, 2013. New Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's signature will begin to appear on United States paper money that will soon be in circulation. Each time the Treasurer of Secretary of the Treasurer the signatures on American paper money creating varieties for bank note collectors. More news and video about coin and paper money collecting at http://coinweek.com.
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O'Hara United States Treasury 1971

O'Hara United States Treasury 1971

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Nice series from 1971 starring David Janssen. One of my favorite police series from that time. Shame it didn't last longer than what it did. At that time the Secret Service was part of the Treasury Department together with ATF, IRS Intelligence, IRS Inspection and the US Customs Service.
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Swearing-In Ceremony of the Secretary of Treasury

Swearing-In Ceremony of the Secretary of Treasury

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FIRST-LOOK-Inside-the-FEDERAL-RESERVE,-USD,-CASH,-GOLD-monetary-SYSTEM-Americas-Money-Vault-PART-1

FIRST-LOOK-Inside-the-FEDERAL-RESERVE,-USD,-CASH,-GOLD-monetary-SYSTEM-Americas-Money-Vault-PART-1

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FIRST LOOK Inside the FEDERAL RESERVE, USD, CASH, GOLD monetary SYSTEM - Americas Money Vault, National Geographic Full Episode PART 1 For the first time, National Geographic takes you inside the heart of the money machine to places that you're not allowed to bring a camera ...straight into the vaults of some of the world's largest stashes of what you want, need and bust your butt to get: Money. Hidden deep under the streets of New York City, hundreds of billion dollars in gold bars are tucked away in a bunker that is anchored to the bedrock of Manhattan Island itself. In the latest in a string of high-profile hacking disclosures, the Federal Reserve confirmed on Wednesday that one of its websites was broken into by cyber hackers in a breach that reportedly leaked the contact information of thousands of bankers. While the central bank said the incident didn't "affect critical operations" of the Federal Reserve System, the disclosure is sure to fuel concerns about the cyber security of government websites and critical financial infrastructure. The Fed hack appears to be tied to an Anonymous group that published on Twitter the credentials of more than 4,000 commercial bankers early Monday morning. The group, Operation Last Resort, said it received the documents "via the FED." Call it the Rick Perry gold rush: The governor wants to bring the state's gold reserves back from a New York vault to Texas. And he may have legislative support to do it. Freshman Rep. Giovanni Capriglione, R-Southlake, is carrying a bill that would establish the Texas Bullion Depository, a secure state-based bank to house $1 billion worth of gold bars owned by the University of Texas Investment Management Co., or UTIMCO, and stored by the Federal Reserve. "If you think gold is a hedge, or a protection, you always want it as close to the individual and the entity as possible," Paul told The Texas Tribune on Thursday. "Texas is better served if it knows exactly where the gold is rather than depending on the security of the Federal Reserve." Sadly, most Americans don't even realize that a private banking cartel has a monopoly over all money creation in this country. In recent years they have abused this power by wildly printing money ("quantitative easing"), and by making more than 16 trillion dollars in secret loans to their friends during the last financial crisis. "Neither the Treasury Department nor the Federal Reserve believes that the law can or should be used to facilitate the production of platinum coins for the purpose of avoiding an increase in the debt limit" remaining alternative to Congress raising the nation's borrowing limit, which would utilize a loophole in federal law to mint a $1 trillion coin to be deposited in the Federal Reserve and ensure the federal government could pay all bills and debt obligations. gold, money, cash fed, "federal reserve" ,bank ,banking ,bankers ,system, matrix ,monetary ,vault, "armored vehicle", police, cops, control, mafia, episode, tv, show, america ,u.s, "united states", american, nyc, "new york" ,"new york city" ,"gold bullion" ,"scrap gold", "buy gold", "sell gold" ,"silver coins" ,"silver bullion", "u.s. mint" ,inside, "first look" ,usd ,dollar ,crash, crisis, trust, etf, "paper gold" ,stocks, trading, investment, investing, future, world, global, supply, debt, 2013, forces, vault ,control, illuminati, new world order ,alex jones, infowars, gerald celente, david icke ,farrakhan ,lindsey williams, tvfirst123 You can thank the reckless money printing that the Federal Reserve has been doing for the incredible bull market that we have seen in recent months. When the Federal Reserve does more "quantitative easing", it is the financial markets that benefit the most. The Dow and the S&P 500 have both hit levels not seen since 2007 this month, and many analysts are projecting that 2013 will be a banner year for stocks. But is a rising stock market really a sign that the overall economy is rapidly improving as many are suggesting? Of course not. Just because the Federal Reserve has inflated another false stock market bubble Barack Obama has been president, 40 percent of all American workers are making $20,000 a year or less, median household income has declined for four years in a row, and poverty in the United States is absolutely exploding. So quantitative easing has definitely not made things better for the middle class. But all of the money printing that the Fed has been doing has worked out wonderfully for Wall Street. Profits are soaring at Goldman Sachs and luxury estates in the Hamptons are selling briskly. Unfortunately, this is how things work in America these days. Our "leaders" seem far more concerned with the welfare of Wall Street than they do about the welfare of the American people. When things get rocky, their first priority always seems to be to do whatever it takes to pump up the financial markets Category Entertainment License Standard YouTube License
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