INVESTING IN MINING & MINERAL EXPLORATION
This is one for the books. It happened before and it would happen again. Still it makes me scratch my head and wonder what the heck is wrong with the management of public companies allowing their flagship project’s claims to lapse ‘by mistake’ after millions of dollars of investors money were spent on it? Think … Continue reading Carmax Mining’s Eaglehead mineral property forfeited by mistake?
We are getting closer to IDM Mining releasing an updated PEA. Meanwhile it looks like they have listened to my objections (raised in part three of my Red Mountain blog; links follow) and considered a new location for their mill and tailings facility – http://www.idmmining.com/_resources/news/160317.pdf At the same time IDM released a new resource estimation … Continue reading On IDM Mining’s Red Mountain Project
Brown was the first to stake the Copper Mountain property/mine located near Princeton, BC. He is also known for his prospecting trips in the rugged Pitt Mountains in the search for a lost Indian gold mine. Click on the following link: Volcanic Brown (pdf) Photo: Volcanic” Brown and A.H. Loaden at Lightning Peak
Checking on some gold claims A hot summer … lots of bites Gettin’ ready for climbing the mountain
Abstract: Economic theorists are studying how behavioral rules form spontaneously, how particular conventions and institutions evolve through the cumulative impact of the independent actions of self-interested but limitedly rational individuals. So far, however, there has been little empirical study of this phenomenon. I use evolutionary game theory to study cooperative behavior in the mining camps … Continue reading The Rule of Law in the Mining Camps of the American West: Evidence on the Evolution of Cooperation
HEAD-HUNTING, ITS PRACTICE AND PURPOSE The Penihings still live in dread of the head-hunting raids of the Ibans of Sarawak, and the probability of such attacks no doubt caused the recent establishment of a garrison at Long Kai. The Long-Glats on the Merasi, a northern tributary to the Mahakam, are also constantly on guard against … Continue reading THROUGH CENTRAL BORNEO AN ACCOUNT OF TWO YEARS’ TRAVEL IN THE LAND OF THE HEAD-HUNTERS BETWEEN THE YEARS 1913 AND 1917 BY CARL LUMHOLTZ
History was shaped by innovations made by humans who discovered and used commodities to produce tools, weaponry, equipment and buildings, which were the foundation to religious systems, cultural artifacts and flourishing economies. At the same time the history of all mineral substances (that people have ever used) is intricately linked to the energy necessary … Continue reading Energy Wars
Two consecutive catastrophic press releases (October & November 2015) brought the Rubicon Minerals (RBY) share price down 70%. I won’t spend any time in analyzing their Technical Report because it is not worth my time – SRK (the author of the report) said a few of the things pretty loud and clear i.e. they were … Continue reading The Hall of …Analysts
I was hunting for a ‘lost mine’. It was mentioned as being in that specific area close to the clouds but the problem was that nobody was able to find it anymore (the last trustworthy report was many decades old). I didn’t climb the mountain to check on the geology – well, that as well … Continue reading A solo prospecting trip (2)
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