Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Tinka Resources Ltd. - TK.v

Tinka Resources Ltd. - TK.v is advancing the Colquipucro and Ayawilca projects located 40 km northwest of Cerro de Pasco in Central Peru.

Ayawilca is a large zinc sulphide project while Colquipucro is a silver oxide deposit.


On November 8, 2017 the company released News

Tinka increases NI 43-101 inf resource at Ayawilca
Tinka Resources Ltd. has provided a mineral resource update for its 100-per-cent-owned Ayawilca zinc-indium-silver-lead sulphide deposit in Peru which includes the addition of about 15,000 metres of drilling completed so far in 2017. The zinc resource at Ayawilca is now estimated to be 42.7 million tonnes grading 7.3 per cent zinc equivalent (ZnEq). In addition, Tinka announces an updated tin-copper-silver resource estimated to be 10.5 million tonnes grading 0.70 per cent tin equivalent (SnEq). The tin zone and zinc zone resources do not overlap.











http://pennystockjournal.blogspot.com/2016/05/tinka-resources-ltd-tkv.html

Monday, November 20, 2017

Garibaldi Resources Corp. - GGI.v

Garibaldi Resources Corp. - GGI.v is advancing its Rodadero Silver-Gold Project and its La Patilla Gold Property.

Garibaldi is also advancing its 200 sq. km land package in northwest B.C.'s Eskay Camp including the E&L Project at Nickel Mountain.
On November 20, 2017 the company released News

Garibaldi drills 48.2 m of 1.1% Ni, 0.69% Cu at E&L - NOTE: this is grade smeared and non-conforming

Garibaldi Resources Corp.'s latest drill hole (EL-17-14) at the company's 100-per-cent-owned E&L project at Nickel Mountain near Eskay Creek has intersected an important new discovery zone featuring massive nickel-copper-rich sulphides east of the historic E&L deposit.

Discovery hole EL-17-14, guided by successful earlier holes and Volterra borehole EM technology, entered massive sulphide mineralization at a depth of 123.75 meters and remained in massive sulphides over 16.7 meters (55.1 feet).
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https://pennystockjournal.blogspot.com/2017/07/garibaldi-resources-corp-ggiv.html

Saturday, November 18, 2017

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

The “driving force” behind rock band AC/DC, Malcolm Young, has died, aged 64. Malcolm Young founded AC/DC with his brother Angus. Young devised many of the band’s best-known guitar riffs.

Three years ago the band announced that Young needed to step down to receive treatment for dementia. Shortly afterwards he retired permanently, to be replaced by one of his nephews, Stevie.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Teranga Gold Corp. - TGZ.t

Teranga Gold Corp. - TGZ.t operates the flagship Sabodala gold mine, which came into operation in 2009, and is located 650 kilometres southeast of the capital of Senegal, Dakar.



On November 16, 2017 the company released
News

... drill results at Jackhammer Hill were successful in discovering a large high-grade
mineralized prospect. To date, there are four encouraging prospects drilled at Golden Hill: Ma, Nahiri,
Peksou and Jackhammer Hill.
Jackhammer Hill Prospect Highlights
 15 m @ 5.72 g/t Au including 4 m @ 16.37 g/t Au including 1 m @ 42.1 g/t Au, and 9 m @ 4.13 g/t
Au including 3 m @ 10.63 g/t Au including 1 m @ 25.3 g/t Au (GHDD-104)
 14 m @ 110.6 g/t Au including 5 m @ 306.7 g/t Au including 1 m @ 1,499 g/t Au (GHDD-111) (uncut)
 10 m @ 3.44 g/t Au including 1 m @ 19.0 g/t Au (GHDD-103)
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http://pennystockjournal.blogspot.com/2016/04/teranga-gold-corp-tgzt.html

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Dangerous Minerals


Coloradoite is a mercury telluride compound formed when mercury fuses with tellurium, another extremely toxic and rare metal.

The combination of the two elements poses the risk of serious poisoning. If heated or chemically altered, deadly vapor and dust is released. Tellurium minerals may combine with gold. The streets of Kalgoorie in Australia were mined in a bizarre gold rush after the realization that gold-bearing tellurides had been used to fill potholes.
Chalcanthite crystals are composed of copper, combined with sulfur and other elements and water. This arrangement turns copper into an extremely bio-available crystal.

The copper becomes water soluble, and may be assimilated in great quantities by any plant or animal, rapidly weakening it and then killing it.
Hutchinsonite is a hazardous mixture of thallium, lead and arsenic. The three poisonous metals form a lethal mineral cocktail.

Thallium is the dark twin of lead. This thick, greasy metal is similar in atomic mass but even more deadly. Thallium is a rare metal that appears in highly toxic compounds consisting of combinations of elements. The effects of thallium exposure include loss of hair, serious illness through skin contact and in many cases, death.
Galena is the principle ore of lead, and forms glistening silver cubes with almost unnaturally perfect shapes. Although lead is normally extremely flexible, the sulfur content of galena makes it brittle and reactive. Galena may lead to lead dust exposure.

Once extracted, the lead content poses environmental and health threats during treatment and extraction. Galena has a cubic fracture, and if hit with a hammer, the crystal will shatter into multiple smaller replicas of its original shape.
Asbestos is a fully natural category of minerals composed of silica, and the most abundant of Earth’s hard elements, iron, sodium and oxygen. Asbestos deposits consist of aggregates of thousands of tiny, fibrous crystals that can become airborne and lodged in the human lung. Carcinogenic effects occur through persistent irritation of the lung tissues, leading to scarring.
Arsenopyrite is arsenic iron sulfide, which is the same type of mineral as pyrite (fool’s gold, iron sulfide), but with a heavy addition of arsenic. If one attempts to heat or alter the mineral, a strong garlic odor of arsenic will be produced as lethally toxic, corrosive and carcinogenic vapors are released. Just handling the mineral brings one into contact with sulfuric arsenic salts.
Torbernite crystals form as secondary deposits in granitic rocks, and are composed of uranium. Formed through a complex reaction between phosphorous, copper, water and uranium, the crystal releases lethal radon gas.

The bright green crystal blooms were used by prospectors as indicators of uranium deposits.