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No. Though, it's not only the rarity of presence that matters but the aesthetics of appeal to those who value such.

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No, because they are not.

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I'm a geologist, so no, I would not be surprised.

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I love rock collecting. Rocks tell the story of the Earth.

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Yes they do.

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no

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Not particularly. It's more likely to be something I've never heard of...

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You've never heard of rubies?

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Ruby's just corundum, isn't it?

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Learning that diamonds were worthless was one of the bigger steps in me questioning all of society's norms.

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That is right. Diamonds only became valuable after marketing hype, that began in year 1938, to sell diamonds to consumers. "Diamonds are forever", in associating diamonds with romance, is touted as the most successful marketing-advertising campaign in history.

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No. Everyone seems to have diamonds.

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