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Canamex's Bruner Project is located in Nevada which is probably the top gold mining jurisdiction in the world on 500 acres of private land. This means they may have a shorter permitting timeline. Canamex has excellent infrastucture with grid power only 12 miles away and access to a highway. The metallurgy is excellent with high extractions using lower levels of reagents. They have a historical resource which is growing with a recent drill intercept of 57.9 meters of over 5 g/ton. They also have a new discovery on a different part of the property where they hit 110 meter of over 4 g/ton material. Could they be connected with high grade feeder systems? The investment by NYSE listed Hecla and Gold Resource Corp may signal that they feel there may be a good chance. Now with cash in hand Canamex has commenced diamond drilling at Bruner. Over 10k meters of drilling will take place in 2014 following up on the high grade feeder zone in the historic resource and the Penelas East Discovery. The company should have consistent good news flow over the next six months as they are putting $1.75 million into drilling. Eventually all this drilling data will be incorporated into a maiden 43-101 resource. Canamex is a very active junior gold explorer in mining friendly Nevada at a time when many juniors are dormant. It is at these turns in the gold market when the potential winners can be identified. Canamex President and COO Greg Hahn Comments:
"...the 2014 drilling program has the potential to significantly advance our efforts in proceeding to delineate our first National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource estimate on the Bruner gold project." I look forward to the active drilling season for this largely undiscovered junior gold miner in Nevada.
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Having been selected to become a Google Glass Explorer has me thrilled and excited but also has my head spinning as to what this really means. What are the implications of a tool like this and the possible ramifications both positive and negative. Tonight we explore this topic and open up for your thoughts and comments. Talk to you soon! Monica Today.
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TONIGHT on Paranormal Explorer 'Superstitions' What are they? 'Could what we know as ghosts be another life form?' 'Energy Beings: We are limitless spiritual beings' Books: What have you read? Television: What shows do you or don't you like? Radio/Online Radio: Are there enough shows about the paranormal or should there be more? All that AND MORE! Tonight, October 12th, 2011, at 7 PM Pacific/10 PM Eastern.
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Weekend Explorer’s Jeffrey Lehmann brings his experience-the-world advice to Travel Itch Radio Feb. 21. 8pm Eastern. His specialties? Adventure, travel and information. His awards? Multiple Emmys and Tellys. Inspire yourself to travel as Dan Schlossberg and Christine Tibbetts uncover Lehmann’s observations on the air. IMAGES: Dan Schlossberg, Christine Tibbetts, Jeff Lehmann, Sacred Elephant in India and Taiwan Lantern Festival.
This week our Google Glass episode will focus on the latest update to Google Glass XE16, how Google is doing with it's marketing of the product, how the public is responding, and how the Glass Explorers are resonding.
Hosts Gettysburg Gerry and Cassius Wright are both early beta testers of the product, and report on both the good and the bad, heck they even report on the ugly.
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> the recent one day sale to the public
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> the new features that come with XE16
> reaction and opinion on the recent remarks Robert Scoble regarding his departure from the Explorer program
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Chris Kilham is a medicine hunter, author and educator. The founder of Medicine Hunter Inc., Chris has conducted medicinal research in over 20 countries in search of botanical medicines with proven efficacy. Chris is the FOX News Medicine Hunter and appears on FOX News Health online in the US and international television markets. He also writes a weekly column for FOX News Health. Chris is Explorer in Residence at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where he teaches the popular ethnobotany course The Shaman’s Pharmacy through the Department of Plant & Soil Sciences. The author of 14 books, Kilham has appeared as a guest expert on over 1500 radio programs and more than 500 TV shows worldwide including the Dr. Oz Show, ABC 20/20, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, MSNBC, BBC, and NPR. For more information on Chris Kilham, please visit: www.medicinehunter.com