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1/ Goldboro! Part 1 of #NewtonInterviews The Unknown Geologist on the geological model for this exciting gold project in Nova Scotia, Canada owned by @Anaconda_Mining:…
2/ Quotes from the Unknown Geologist to follow... "I know the Boston Richardson model very well."
3/ I remember reviewing a diagram of the Boston Richardson belt that shows the historic mining, and it highlights the top and bottom of an ore shoot on both limbs.
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1/ Find out what The Unknown Geologist has to say about the @Anaconda_Mining Goldboro Project in Nova Scotia, Canada:…
2/ Unknown Geologist:I remember Dustin asking me to highlight some key points about Goldboro. Like how many ounces of gold do we think Goldboro will host? I said to him…you've got 850,000 now, when all is said and done, Goldboro will have at least 2,000,000 ounces.
3/ I said, look at it this way, the deepest hole ever drilled in Goldboro was about 400 meters deep. Dolliver Mountain, which once hosted the largest stamp mill in the province, is 1.5 kilometers out to the west of the main ramp area.
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1/ In this interview with #BobMoriarty, Bob tells a story about the famous Nugget Pond Mine in Nova Scotia that strikes a chord with his excellent 2016 book "Nobody Knows Anything: Investing Basics Learn to Ignore the Experts, the Gurus and other Fools"…
2/ Bob Moriarty:Let me talk about the dumbest mining company in Canadian history. You may be familiar with it. Do you know where the Nugget Pond mine is?
3/ The Unknown Geo:Yes.
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1/ See another excerpt from the #NewtonInterviews with #TheUnknownGeologist and #BobMoriarty on the @Anaconda_Mining Goldboro Project recorded back on August 24, 2017!
2/ The Unkown Geologist: Back in 2000, when Orex did some follow-up work on it I reached out to them and said, "I can help." Then, I joined the Board. It was unfortunate that all the people on the Board didn't really know what they had.
3/ They raised a lot of money and got Osisko in there to look, which helped them gather a lot of information, but they didn't find what they were looking in terms of a big open pit. Nobody followed up on all these high-grade intersections, even though I was beating the drum
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