Global Hunter (GBLHF)
Global Hunter's focus is on strategic and base metals, with an advanced stage copper oxide project in Chile and a highly prospective molybdenum property in British Columbia, Canada. GBLHF teams are working on developing the Corona de Cobre property in Chile and the Rabbit south property in British Columbia.
La Corona de Cobre, Chile:
+18,000 hectare land package in coastal belt of Andean Cordillera of Chile on the Atacama Fault Zone.("Chilean Iron-Copper Belt")
- Copper oxide deposit, leachable
- Existing NI 43-101 Resource Estimate (225 million pounds of copper)
- Management with proven track record
- Highly qualified technical team
- Low operating costs of appr. $ 1.00/lb (preliminary calculation)
- Substatntial upside potential (resource covers less than 0.1% of total area)
Rabbit South, British Columbia:
1,900 hectare land package between two of British Columbia's most successful copper mines (Afton and Highland Valley)
- 1,900 hectares 26km from Kamloops, British Columbia, between the Afton and Highland Valley copper mines
- 86 holes drilled on property from 1979 to 2005
- Two large target areas identified
- Recent drilling confirms presence of wide-spread near-surface molybdenum mineralization
Some of the earliest uses of copper we know of dates back to the cave men who used axes and other weapons made of copper. All the way from the Egyptian pyramids to Mohenjo Daro, archaeologists have discovered copper used to make statues and even plumbing systems.
In ancient times, people believed that drinking water and eating food in copper vessels was the best remedy for long, healthy life.
Some of the fastest microprocessors in the world are made partly from copper. Also, a major part of the connectors and instrument parts used in spacecrafts and rockets use copper.
Archeologists have recovered a portion of a water plumbing system from the Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. After 5,000 years, the copper tubing was still in serviceable condition.
For more information please visit official website of GBLHF.PK: www.globalhunter.ca/homeabout.html
Majestic Gold Corp. (MJGCF)
Majestic Gold Corp. engages in the exploration and development of mineral properties in China. The company focuses on its gold project located in the prolific gold region of Song Jiagou in eastern Shandong Province. Majestic Gold Corp. is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
Interesting Facts about Gold
As pure gold is very soft, it is often combined with other things when making jewelry.
Gold has been recycled ever since it was first discovered. Some of the gold in today's jewelry is recycled from ancient artifacts and coins!
Some cars use gold for heat dissipation.
Pure gold is non-toxic to human and does not cause any irritation when ingested. In fact, some alcoholic drinks contain metallic gold. Compounds of gold, such as gold chloride, are toxic to humans.
Gold can cause allergies on the skin. This allergy affects more women than men.
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