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@RocketRed1996-09-26 08:32 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd $28.00 In the News Globe says Placer Dome serious about buying stake in Bre-X
1996-09-18 12:13 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 27.10 In the News Fin Times/Reuters says Bre-X still bullish
1996-09-06 07:08 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 25.05 In the News Globe says Bre-X picks two US banks as advisers
1996-09-05 06:06 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.90 News Release Vice-president appointed; new exchange listings
1996-08-30 12:56 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.65 News Release Trading begins on the Montreal Exchange
1996-08-22 06:46 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.45 In the News Globe says Bre-X shares on Nasdaq
1996-07-29 08:21 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 25.65 News Release Transfer of Indonesian JV concluded
1996-07-23 11:11 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.35 In the News Van Sun/Southam says Atkinson sees 70 million ounces
1996-07-23 09:20 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.35 In the News Post says 150 million ounces, easily and conservatively
1996-07-22 08:37 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 25.00 In the News Van Sun's Lamphier gives upbeat Reality Check
1996-07-22 06:06 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 25.00 News Release Busang Southeast zone 1 drill results
1996-06-21 12:30 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.50 Research - Buy, Sell, Hold Nesbitt Burns says buy
1996-06-21 06:38 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.50 In the News The Globe says more gold for Bre-X
1996-06-20 07:53 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 25.00 News Release 14 million oz increase in Busang Southeast zone I resource calculation
1996-06-18 09:32 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 24.65 In the News Post says Nesbitt sees 62 million ounces ahead
1996-06-11 07:08 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd 23.25 In the News Casey says it's been a nice ride but it's time to sell
1996-05-21 08:17 BXM Bre-X Minerals Ltd $226.00 In the News Post says Placer Dome would be interested in a part of Bre-X
@NewtonI believe @rocketred was first to talk about $nc on the site. He is quick on the uptake and particularly good at finding diamond in the rough. Example of old maps for $cxo was big win. At least, that's how he told it to me back in early 2016 iirc.
@RocketRedFooting the bill: Yukon willing to swap free trip for human toes
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Tourism Yukon has started a strange (but they insist, very real) search for donated human toes. The macabre contest comes after a brown, ...
@RocketRed@Vortex do a little math on some of those anomaly targets 500k oz @1250 Gold a profit would be around 375 mil now get to 1 mil oz your talking 750 mil profit so pretty easy for Kinross to do takeover at 200 to 300 mil on just a mil oz so with 20 plus targets and the Banana split pie in the sky target HRA buy recco to .25 cents is justified
@RocketRedA little history on Buckhorn High Grade Mine Sulfide Minerals ... Amphiboles (Mg,Fe)7Si8O22(OH)2. Figure 4.4: Examples of amphibole-pyroxene skarn. The PPL photomicrographs (A, B, C1), photograph (C) and XPL photomicrograph (D) show the mineralogy, texture and paragenesis of the retrograde alteration and the various types of deformation. See text for further discussion.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Figure 4.5: Examples of magnetite-pyroxene skarn. The photograph (A), PPL photomicrographs (A2, B, C3), RL photomicrograph and BSE image (C2) show the mineralogy, texture and paragenesis of the skarn alteration and gold mineralization. C2 and C3 are of particular importance because they shown gold mineralization inter-grown with a late stage of amphibole alteration. See text for further discussion.. . . 108 Figure 4.6: Examples of epidote-pyroxene skarn. The photographs (A, B, C), PPL photomicrographs (A2, B2, C2) and XPL photomicrograph (A3) show the mineralogy, texture and paragenesis of the prograde ix and retrograde alteration. C and C1 show an exceptional endo-skarn sample with significant molybdenite mineralization.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Figure 4.7: Composition of pyroxene from the SWOZ. Hedenbergite is the most abundant type of pyroxene at Buckhorn and is characteristic for reduced gold skarns (Meinert et al. (2005)). There is no compositional difference between pyroxene from gold-rich rocks (red triangles) and barren rocks (blue triangles). See text for further discussion.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Figure 4.8: Classification of retrograde amphiboles from the Buckhorn Gold Skarn based on the criteria of Leake et al. (1997). The amphiboles associated with gold mineralization have elevated Mg and decreased Al, corresponding to an increase in Si, when compared to amphiboles in non mineralized skarn. This change in composition is suggestive of a cooling and oxidizing trend (Blundy and Holland, 1990; Spear, 1981; Holland and Blundy, 1994)..https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:dILbQZtmIzAJ:https://open.library.ubc.ca/handle/2429/43178+&cd=29&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca$ADZ
@RocketRed past assays Echo Bay higher grade zone encountered at the Overlook deposit. Assay results from 33 previously unannounced holes completed in this higher grade lower zone include the following intercepts:
HOLE NO TRUE THICKNESS(FT) OZ AU/TON
68 20 0.972
69 65 0.196
72 30 0.243
81 50 0.493
83 15 0.220
85 45 0.219
86 30 0.262
87 15 0.209
92 15 1.33
@RocketRedCrown Resources and Gold Texas Resources announce significant assay results on their Buckhorn Mountain property in Okanagan county, Washington. The best results from 40 recently completed drill holes include 50 feet grading 0.853 oz/ton gold from hole GB-59 in the Gold Bowl area, 40 feet grading 0.636 oz/ton gold from hole GBK-93 in the Gold Buck area, and two zones of 20 feet each grading 0.302 and 0.568 in the Gold Axe camp area. Drill hole GA-68 in the Gold Axe mine area, intersected four zones grading in excess of 0.100 oz/ton gold and is situated 500 feet southeast of the Gold Buck area and 800 feet southwest of the Gold Bowl and Gold Axe camp areas.
The five areas of most intense drilling, the Gold Axe mine, Gold Bowl, Gold Wing, Gold Buck and Gold Axe camp, are located within an area 1,500 feet by 1,500 feet with excellent potential that two or more of these areas may connect into a much larger mineralized system. Almost all drilling to date has been on 100-foot centres with most mineralization occurring within 500 feet of the surface.
The Buckhorn Mountain property consists of a gold-bearing skarn that occupies an area over 12,000 feet long and at least 3,000 feet wide and displays many geologic similarities to the Battle Mountain skarn deposits in Nevada
@RocketRedCrown Resources and Gold Texas Resources announce significant assay results on their Buckhorn Mountain property in Okanagan county, Washington. The best results from recently completed drill holes include: GBK-148 which intersected 65 feet averaging 0.701 oz/ton gold from 110 to 175 feet; GBK-137 which intersected 3 zones totalling 120 feet in thickness and averaging 0.231 oz/ton gold, all within 205 feet of the surface; and GB-147 which intersected 65 feet containing 0.427 oz/ton gold at vertical depth from 45 to 110 feet.
@RocketRed@Fischlaender$KG over promoted? $WGO$SKP Nothing wrong with reporting Visual Gold as the holes are not far away from hole 58 so I would think the assays will be very in line to being the same.Look no further than $AZS news release now that was pure hype.
@RocketRedCrown Jewel gold deposit (formerly called Buckhorn) More high grade drilling results have been received from the Crown Jewel gold deposit in north-eastern Washington. Highlights include reverse circulation hole 491 which intersected 125 ft grading 1.151 ounces per ton (opt, uncut) of gold starting 35 ft from the surface. This exceptional 50 ft infill hole was drilled in the Main zone 350 ft west of previously reported D-46, which intersected 130 ft containing 1.257 opt gold, starting at the surface. Selected results from recent south-west zone drilling include:
@RocketRed1990-03-02 Production has commenced at the Kettle River project in northeastern Washington (owned 30% by Crown Resources and 70% by Echo Bay). Close 1990-03-01 $ 9.00 so in 1990 Crown owned 30% and Market cap of 90 mil for 500k ozs at that time
@HRA-CoffinYou really get too worked up about the whole "thumb" thing Nobs. I suspect @RocketRed isn't losing a lot of sleep over it. He doesn't seem like the type who worries about things like that. And note that those thumbs up were about a comment about RR. Anyone who has watched him in action knows he's pretty effective at pounding the table about a stock he's bullish on. I think the number of thumps up on the comment were really recognition of that, not the comment itself. RR's digging on Overlook gives a good listing of the type of drill holes that even a modest resource of this type can generate. Crown Jewell is a lot bigger though I would caution that its not the same model that $ADZ is looking for. Mark is working on the sediment hosted model, not skarn. That doesn't mean that he won't end up finding a skarn though. Who knows? Most of his targets are blind and most are in areas with sediments so maybe that is what some of them will be. I think Rocket was trying to point out the region is capable of hosting large deposits, something he and I agree on. I could live with a couple of modest high grade finds that would be valuable but, obviously, I'm hoping for something bigger and RR is right that some of the VTEM targets are certainly big enough to contain something substantial, not just big banana that everyone is obsessed about. For the record, I used it as the example in the report I wrote because it was one of the only areas where they had multiple data sets completed at the time. I've been around enough drill tests of geophysical targets that I get paranoid when they are too large but the amount of overlapping positive data still looks pretty compelling. I think we'll see similar backup for some of the other targets as $ADZ keeps the ground proofing efforts going.