The genie is an ancient Roman tool that used to detect and extract gold and other precious metals from the earth.
It’s also known as the “giant hammer,” because of the way it used its large, pointed end to crush and extract precious metals.
In 18th century Europe, gold and silver were extracted by using the genies to find them.
Now, the technology is being used to mine rare earth metals, which are the same elements used in smartphones and other electronic devices.
But it’s important to remember that the metals mined by the genisn are in much smaller amounts than the metals that are used in these devices.
For example, one of the metals used in the iPhone is called titanium dioxide.
The iPhone uses titanium dioxide as the main ingredient in the screen.
That means the iPhone 3G uses a lot less titanium dioxide than its predecessor, the iPhone 4.
But that’s not the end of the story.
The phone’s main processor and batteries also use titanium dioxide, and these batteries have a different chemical composition than the titanium dioxide used in phones.
Titanium dioxide is one of a few rare earth elements that are still found in some electronics.
In the case of the iPhone, this means the phone uses more titanium dioxide in the batteries than the phone itself, and more titanium oxide in the battery than in the smartphone itself.
That’s not a problem.
The metal is easily extracted, and the minerals are easy to mine, because they’re in the form of mineral powders called agate and garnet.
Agate is more expensive than garnet, but the two metals are chemically very similar.
So it’s possible to mine a lot of these minerals by just grinding them up into powder.
But because the minerals can be easily separated by a machine and cleaned, it’s not practical to use this method for mining rare earths.
If you’re interested in finding rare earth minerals in the wild, you can read our primer on rare earth metal extraction here.