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@BenjaminCox @MiningBookGuy grade really matters :-), and thanks for the Aston $Bay Shout out.
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@Newton A question of clarification -- is $BAY really higher grade #copper? I thought insufficient grade was reason partner left? Or was it insufficient size? Sorry for not digging into it myself.
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@BenjaminCox Most intersections have averaged 1.5%+ grade, Partner's requirement for size is based on some very large assets they already own..
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@Stargate2 We have modeled the Storm project to have capacity to contain a 150 million ton plus deposit volume capacity.....Our interpretation as based off of geophysical profiling.
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@Stargate2 Places this project scale at just above the Kidd Creek stats.....
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@MiningBookGuy @Stargate2 - who is 'we'? anything more you can share on this?
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@Stargate2 Earth Science Services Ltd
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@MiningBookGuy neat, thanks!
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@TheGalvanizer Is it standard for ESS to comment on what I assume is ongoing work and consulting on investment portals?
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@Stargate2 No its not standard but should be, as technical input from service providers working in the sector can help retail investors make heads or tails out of a lot of the technical jargon going around.
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@TheGalvanizer I ask only because I would not want one of my contractors to being doing so. Appreciate your candor though
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@Stargate2 Somerset Island was a past project corridor which was utilized by Earth Science Services as a backdrop for geophysical produce development testing in the search for diamonds. "Stargate2" is the naming convention for a new product being released this year.
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@BenjaminCox He also wrote a book @MiningBookGuy not that I have read it.. I should, as Tom ceo at $bay is an adviser to the company.
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@TheGalvanizer @Stargate2 I would assume any contract you had between ESS and a company that contracted work by you would have standard confidentiality on results and interpretations.
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@Stargate2 If ESS is contracted then yes....If ESS performs non contractual work then no....ESS, at the present time, operates as a science foundation (non profit) and provides most of the output pro-bono.....
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@Stargate2 To assist the resource sector in the promotion of resource benefit sharing.
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@TheGalvanizer Ah okay i see - could i suggest it is made very clear when you are not associated with a specific company you may comment on - for some potential investors there could be a misunderstanding you are representing Company data. All for anything that encourages folks to look at the resource sector!!
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@TheGalvanizer Really appreciate the responses Thx
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@BenjaminCox Its nice how it dove tails in the the Aston $Bay story, I am getting to see the range of projects in the copper space and really understanding what is needed for things to work
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@BenjaminCox Just to continue the grade/recovery/economics theme, and also why I love $bay.. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/low-grade-mines-cant-mess-up-benjamin-cox
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@BenjaminCox Larger/different team, new path, probably less deal focused.. I did deals when there was no capital markets for copper, but now that we are in a 300k tonne deficit this year, and getting worse every year after that I think we stand a good chance to go at it alone. $bay
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@RocketRed So Heavy dilution coming for $bay for cash money
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@RocketRed @BenjaminCox $bay is pushing 70 mil FD shares already 1.2 mil in cash 
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@RocketRed $Bay Teck drilled it BHP drilled no go what makes you think it will fly? Has High grade material but to small of a deposit?
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@BenjaminCox @rocketRed I think I will take David Broughton's view over yours on if $bay can fly. :-). He might know something about Sed Hosted copper. Between the team that is doing the work I am damn impressed, and I think they can do some amazing stuff.
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@RocketRed Goodluck on $bay I'll watch you make it fly
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@lukejackson Rocketred will hate it... until he loves it.. yanno? $BAY
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@RocketRed Never buying $Bay deposit is to small Teck Left it in the Ground and so did BHP
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@BenjaminCox @lukejackson I spend my 1/2 of my time on reviewing projects for Outotec, and $bay is no slouch vs some of the stuff I review. It's a quality asset, and frankly the @rocketRed's of the world have spent years doubting me, and every year we have gotten stuff done. We don't talk our own book nearly enough, but we have a fine book. A good asset, a great team, and something for everyone to hate when needed.
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@RocketRed $Bay when you get a new project i'll have a look
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@BenjaminCox and if Trump has taught me something, it is Trolls are useful as long as they spell your name correctly. Its Aston $Bay, for the record :-).
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@lukejackson I will say for some people the measure of a good exploration punt is low cost drilling. $BAY is not that. Still... I bite.
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@lukejackson Now... just need a partner to buy in. Mark & Robert? Wishful thinking... $BAY
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@RocketRed @lukejackson $Bay small deposit in remote location need big money to drill there and season very short way up in no mans land
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@Brandon Well, we don't know how big the $BAY deposit is, really, and it's that mystery that is the driving factor behind the value proposition. Nobody can question the grade potential, the challenge for the team there is showing some sort of size. I love the geology and hope it holds together.
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@RocketRed $Bay BHP drilled 9 holes and came up empty out of 12 holes drilled
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@RocketRed @benjaminCox why are you not buying your own stock open market #loadup insiders know best I heard $bay
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@nobshere $BAY Did Gwen say sell??
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@Brandon He has kids. I have a kid now, too. We both have to look after our families. For reasons beyond our control $FWZ or $BAY may fail, and its not a great idea to put the well-being of our families in jeopardy to keep up appearances for market spectators.
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@BenjaminCox @Brandon, I know 90% of my posts are about how much I love $bay, thanks for pointing that out :-).
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@RocketRed @Brandon $bay deposit size location high risk I pass
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@Brandon @RocketRed: totally fair. $BAY is a high risk play for sure. It's a swing for the fence and is not a project that works as a single or double. It's a home run or its nothing. Certainly not for everyone, and there's no fault in that. But "not a good risk for me" is not the same as "not a good risk for anyone"
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@CriticalInvestor @Brandon I kind of disagree with the "nothing" bit for $BAY there, with Tom and David on board they will always be able to attract new capital/projects
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@BenjaminCox Seal Zinc is not shabby, and it is 300m from the Ocean $bay. With our previous partner it could get 0% focus, but we are clearly in a Zinc/Copper area, and it is one heck of a starter operation for anything in the region..
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@RocketRed @Brandon $bay property $Teck corp COMMANDER RESOURCES to $bay to $BHP so far nothing has worked
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@RocketRed @BenjaminCox BHP dropped it cause its to small and I assume they drilled some new targets out of the 12 holes and 9 of them were dusters $BAY
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@BenjaminCox @nobshere on that note, back to my regular work, and next time I promise to not focus on $Bay. Want to read some good stuff I just wrote (and not about Aston Bay). https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/low-grade-mines-cant-mess-up-benjamin-cox
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@RocketRed $BAY Zinc mineralization includes the Typhoon showing and the Seal deposit, the latter of which has an inferred resource of 2 million tonnes grading 8% zinc and 25 g/t silver. Cominco discovered base metal mineralization in the area in 1996. A geophysical survey was flown in 1997, and was followed by more detailed work including drilling between 1998 and 1999. Noranda acquired an interest in the property and was the operator in 2000. Geophysical surveys, include hyperspectral surveys, were flown over the property. About 1900 metres of diamond drilling were completed on pre-existing targets. A new showing, the Typhoon, was discovered by prospecting. The showing consists of sphalerite-bearing gossans found over a 1.2 kilometre strike length
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@ekim #nunavut mining symposium presentations available (early April 2017) -- https://www.nunavutminingsymposium.ca/2017/ $AEM $BAY $TMAC Agnico has 2 presentations including one talking about caribou migration which is probably pertinent to $SBB as well.
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