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@Newton"The total thickness of the mineralized structure, a potential thrust fault remobilizing mineralization, is not yet known since it is at the base of cliff with scree covering the outcrop immediately below." epic #geology. What is basis for these claims about structure @robmcleod? Is the area 'brownfield' and what kind of past work has been done to support your description of mineralization? Blows my mind that you can call "stacked min." from trenching -- you must have more info on situation somehow? Keen to hear more if possible about how this description of mineralization.
@NewtonHitting all the familiar buttons for me here with #nr$idm. The whole "similar age as something 50+km away" thing hints at single supposed mineralization event that happened across #goldentriangle. And the potential for lost valley to give porphyry type structure to match high grade veinlets is also familiar. To get both on same project is big deal. Reminds me of $sea talk of their porphyry that is flanked by $pvg#vok and #iksut project on other side. Seems like we are writing a new chapter in #geology of the world here. Big deal?
@Newton$dna release says "This study demonstrates that as the drilling and sampling density is increased, in the portion of the V-75 vein examined, the grade and contained ounces also increase." OK, sounds good! Curious if that is normal #geology and how representative that may be as only for one hole so far?
@Newton$prg property next to goldquest $gqc looks nice on a map! Big fault (?) with both companies straddling it. I wonder if things are different on one side or the other. Surface samples good and some IP results working well with a hole, but I'm curious about #geology there $prg. IP stuff looking good as stepout acorss a kilometer. OK. You made me more comfortable!
@NewtonThat $mrl#aquisition in south eastern BC reminds me of of similar acq's by juniors in #goldentriangle. Seems most management talk about it as a property that will allow them to do work year-round, but I wonder if one of them won't have a big surprise out of these backup plays... any broad comments on #geology in southern BC?
@newstrackerThe Anthropocene Epoch – a new geological era in which humans are the dominant force for change – is real and started sometime around 1950. This is the conclusion reached by the Anthropocene Working Group in August this year. The group will spend the next three years finding a suitable geological marker of this transition. But many scholars disagree because marking the date of 1950 is arbitrary and ignores the ongoing ways humans have changed the earth over history.
@NewtonThanks @MiningCatalyst. Would be happy to get into it a little further with you here. My sense is that these are first holes in new structure that is highly prospective based on rocks found at surface. First question was simply whether there was something underground there that might host gold. Looks like they found that. Next questions get into where exactly gold may be in underground structure. Not a geologist, but this is one that makes me want to do a #deepdive on #geology to understand what they think is happening there and what success/failure looks like at each stage...
@newstrackerResearchers studied large gem diamonds by examining ‘offcuts,’ the pieces left over after the gem’s facets are cut. The researchers determined that these diamonds sometimes have tiny metallic grains trapped inside them. In addition to the metallic inclusions, some of these exceptional diamonds contain mineral inclusions that show the diamonds formed at extreme depths, This is much deeper than most other gem diamonds. http://www.sci-news.com/geology/diamonds-metallic-liquid-earths-mantle-04459.html?#geology