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Author Topic: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey  (Read 6913 times)

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #20 on: March 19, 2017, 09:15:53 PM »
Hey Rios in north america you would be crucified for digging a hole like that.No shoring or cribbing too keep the diggers alive.After so many feet oxegen would be required.Just telling how it is over here.All the gold in the world is not worth shit if you are digging your own grave.Luck Mcbain.

Srictly  speaking , same  rules  apply  here.  But  the  enforcement  side  is  a  bit relaxed.  The  enforcers  are  reactionary,  not  pro-active.  They  cry  lack  of resources  yet  spring  into  action  when  someone dies
Will  watching  this  dig,  its  free exploration  data  for  me

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #21 on: March 19, 2017, 09:19:53 PM »
I  am yet to  find  out  what  made them dig  where they  are  digging,  the  said  something vague  about  some  reef detector.  No one amongst  the  people  onsite  when  i took  the  photos  new  about the machine  they  used.

The  guys  arent  digging  in  my  claim,  they  are  50m  away  and  not even  on  that  line  i  am  targeting

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #22 on: April 27, 2017, 02:53:05 PM »
I  picked  rubble  from the  ground  and  took  100g  sample  for  fire  assay.  The result was 26g/ton.  That  is  quite  encouraging

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #23 on: May 10, 2017, 05:13:28 PM »
 Well for some reason the reply post I sent on your post did not end up where it should have so I will try again .
Question :  Why are you relying  so heavy on a Mag. report that you say you do not fully understand ? True a
Mag survey is good but only if YOU fully understand the results on it , and why did you not do a geochemical survey that will show you in PPM ( parts per million ) where the mineralization is at . A geochemical survey should be done before a Mag. survey at any rate .  I am at a total loss as to why you would go to the expense  to have a Mag. survey done and believe in it , and then be willing to dig a shaft just wishing and hoping its in the right place . Is this whole thing for real, or is this some kind of a made up  fish tail story posted just for fun ?  Sorry , but that's just the way it comes across to me , have I missed something that might lead me to believe otherwise .

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #25 on: November 17, 2017, 11:30:28 PM »

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #26 on: November 18, 2017, 05:55:00 AM »
Looks like the military took over peacefully and hopefully  more freedom and booming economy!

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #27 on: November 19, 2017, 09:56:28 PM »
Looks like the military took over peacefully and hopefully  more freedom and booming economy!

Early days. Mugabe is very stubborn. Last night we waited for hours for his live address anticipating his resignation only for him to basically come out and say Good Night to the whole world.

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Re: Starting a New Mine After Magnetic, Resistivity and I.P. Survey
« Reply #28 on: June 22, 2019, 07:43:29 AM »
 <-laugh-> live this site lol.  [-1st-]


If you have no previous mining experience, claim it and sell it.  Because in those countries you are a ATM with legs

 


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