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Posted by goldielocks @ 22:03 on November 5, 2019  

That beautiful and so green. What I saw of Pennsylvania was the ghost town of the once booming manufacturing, with housing projects on the outskirts coming in from the airport with foreign cab drivers. It was sad to see with all that history and beautiful architecture dating back to 1600s. For a city so big on the framers and constitution it is surprising they allowed money grabbing politicians to be allowed in thus driving money out. I don’t think these new ones coming in and can see why they want them because they could care less about all that or are clueless.


Posted by LurkerSince95 @ 21:38 on November 5, 2019  

that sure looks like Youghogheny River Lake

(i live 10 miles west on National Pike)

Goldie and Mr. Copper – Nature is amazingly resilient , if allowed to heal .

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 20:33 on November 5, 2019  

Because of ‘coking’ for the steel industry , most of SW Pennsylvania was denuded of forests by 100+ years ago . Because the terrain was very hilly , the bare land was not in demand for farming , and was left fallow . Now the trees are back , and thriving .
I am fortunate to own ten acres of hillside forest above the right end of this dam , covered now in various hardwoods , that I hope to leave pristine for my grandchildren , etc.


Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:46 on November 5, 2019  

One more all I have time for right now.

Orangutans face complete extinction within 10 years, animal rescue charity warns
Burning forests to make way for plantations to support the world’s insatiable demand for palm oil is one of the main causes of the astonishing decline in numbers of this species
Orangutans will be extinct from the planet within 10 years unless action is taken to preserve forests in Indonesia and Malaysia where they live, a conservation charity has warned.
The Bornean orangutan was officially listed as critically endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) last month, joining the only other kind, the Sumatran orangutan, in that classification.
In just 25 years, more than a quarter of Indonesia’s forests – 76 million acres, an area almost the size of Germany – have disappeared.
One of the main reasons is to clear land to make way for palm oil plantations. The oil is used to make a vast array of different consumer products from crisps, pizza, noodles and donuts to toothpaste, shampoo and biodiesel.

Earlier this year Greenpeace accused major brands such as Pepsico, Johnson & Johnson and Colgate-Palmolive of failing to make sure their products did not contain palm oil grown on deforested land.


Indonesian Forest Fires: Orangutan mother saves baby then is attacked by villagers until rescuers arrive
An orangutan and her baby have been rescued after they were reportedly attacked by villagers in Borneo.
The apes ended up in the village after the mother saved her baby from forest fires that are currently ravaging Indonesia.
Orangutans have increasingly been forced to enter populated areas of Borneo in search of food due to their shrinking habitat and are seen by some villagers as pests.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:23 on November 5, 2019  

Sea life swimming in a cesspool pool of human garbage,

Mr Copper 15:08

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:18 on November 5, 2019  

You should look into it. It’s not good it’s irresponsible. Man is to arrogant to figure out that they can be on that extinction list too and will with no air or water. It’s not only arrogant but apathetic to other living species. Like they’re the only ones that matters. Until they too go extinct.

Here’s one example of how man is destroying the ecosystem.
You see what mess they can make of the economy and wars. They’re doing the same to the earth.

… We’ve already mentioned some of the worst environmental effects of deforestation, including disrupted water cycles, the release of carbon gases, and destroyed wildlife habitat.
But unfortunately, that’s just scratching the surface. Deforestation is ecologically devastating. Deforestation and climate change are inextricably linked. Here’s how:

11. The carbon cycle is hugely disrupted by deforestation. Not only do trees take in carbon and release oxygen, but they also sequester that carbon, particularly in decomposing wood. Slashing and burning the forest releases all of that carbon at once, making it too much for the remaining forest to process. This isn’t how nature was designed!
12. In addition to sequestering carbon, forests sequester other greenhouse gases. Unfortunately, deforestation releases these gases. According to the World Wildlife Fund, deforestation accounts for approximately 15% of all greenhouse emissions.

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13. The water cycle is also upset when forests are cut down. The natural system has rain falling onto maritime forest canopies, which catch and return the water to the atmosphere. After that, the water can move further inland. Without this system, continental areas become more desert-like.
14. An opposite problem caused by deforestation is flooding. Forests help to absorb heavy rains, which is how we avoid rivers and lakes overflowing. Without forests to temper the rains, the influx of water becomes too much for the established natural systems to handle. Rivers overflow.

15. Another deforestation-related issue is access to freshwater. Where the forest floor once absorbed water and released it into streams and rivers, now rain flows straight to rivers and then down to the ocean, where it becomes salinized. This rain used to recharge aquifers, but now it drains away.
16. Clear-cutting forests also degrades the soil. Forests store nutrients and feed the soil as part of the natural life cycle of plants and animals. Without these life cycles, the soil isn’t revitalized. After a few years, all the soil fertility is gone, and things start to get more dusty and barren.

Without the forest canopy to buffer rains and tree roots to cling to the soil, the earth’s surface is far more susceptible to erosion. According to WW, scientists estimate a third of all arable land has been lost to erosion since the 1960s.
18. The effects of deforestation on animals and plants is similar to that of soil: We’re losing large percentages of countless species. The World Counts suggests that up to 28,000 species of wildlife could be lost in the next 25 years, because 70% of the Earth’s plant and animal species live in forests.
Rather than nurturing the land and doing things responsibly and sustainably, more often than not it’s simply cheaper to just cut down more forest.
Here are some of the more prominent examples of deforestation around the world: 
It will give different country’s examples:

Seems we are tracking out a Down C wave in Au, to end a 4 th wave down.

Posted by Maddog @ 15:31 on November 5, 2019  

This could take another 3 weeks or so the A wave was 6 weeks, the B was 5 weeks, this is the 2nd of the C wave…

Sambs call was right, as was RNO’s…..mny tks…. though so far we don’t have a large decline in price and we may still not….1450/40 ????

Then we get the 5th wave up, which hopefully will start @ December.

Mr. Copper

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 15:25 on November 5, 2019  

I dumped my Endeavor holdings some time ago when I decided to concentrate on US and Canadian miners , except for Continental here in Colombia ( but a Canadian entity , CGOOF , up almost 48 % since I bought it ).


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:08 on November 5, 2019  

Hi thanks. I’m not familiar  with chem trails or Harrp. I also don’t understand what destruction of the eco system means. If it means mining or lumbering or development of land? Then its a normal process to help people live good or better. If there is any destruction of the eco system, I think of volcanoes in Hawaii and or other places.  The planets self-destruction of the local eco system. Eh? 🙂


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:51 on November 5, 2019  

Thanks. Read up on EDVMF Endeavour. + 7.78%. Nice report. Miners holding up pretty good considering such a big Spot Gold drop.

P.S. Firearms related, FYI Sturm Ruger RGR + 15% and American out door brands AOBC +36% have been sneaking up off extreme lows for the past month. I keep seeing then at the top of my watch list. I’m under water on both a long time but lately they look good.

Mr. Copper re:CDE

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 14:42 on November 5, 2019  

The only thing that I see is improved performance at the Wharf mine in SD .

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:25 on November 5, 2019  

Good post on climate change. While still the real destruction of the eco system goes on and then they’re chemicals, chem trails and Harrp.
Maybe OAC can be useful by filling her in on that one since she says climate change is racist. Lol I guess she thinks poor country’s don’t want or need stable electricity or transportation.

Alex Valdor @ 9:24

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:10 on November 5, 2019  

Roger that, glad you liked it. Whats the story for gold spot today? Strange big drop.  Anybody hear anything? I see a big two day bounce in the Dollar. But what caused that? I wonder. 🙂

And whats the story with CDE + 3.75%??

Never heard of these guys before. That’s a nice hit. Mostly gold. DYOD

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:11 on November 5, 2019  

HighGold Mining Drills 19.55 g/t Gold Equivalent over 107.8 meters at Johnson Tract, Alaska USA News



Posted by redneckokie1 @ 12:21 on November 5, 2019  

I just bought a small amount of JNUG at the support level. I hope it holds.


Newmont Goldcorp Announces Third Quarter 2019 Results

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:53 on November 5, 2019  



Posted by ipso facto @ 10:43 on November 5, 2019  

Bonterra Provides Corporate Update


Interesting chart

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:28 on November 5, 2019  

SEMAFO: Cash Flow from Operating Activities before Changes in non-Cash Working Capital of $50 Million

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:20 on November 5, 2019  


Alex Valdor

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:46 on November 5, 2019  

We’ve got to find someone to bet against!

IPSO – Bet me that the global elites with infinitely deep pockets

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 9:35 on November 5, 2019  

Are getting ready to scoop up the bargains in physical , and the mining CEO’s will supply the lowball demand , rather than withhold it until demand exceeds supply .

I guess this is the reason for our bashing. Excuse?

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:27 on November 5, 2019  

Stocks, Yuan Surge On Reports Trump Considering Lifting Some China Tariffs


Mr. Copper – great link last evening to the Heritage article

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 9:24 on November 5, 2019  

Many thanks !
Isn’t it amazing , the fury that is directed toward the truth tellers ?

Ouch …. I sense a great tear in The Force

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:14 on November 5, 2019  

It’s as if a million goldbugz were crying out in pain!

Me included.

Buygold @ 8:05

Posted by Captain Hook @ 8:27 on November 5, 2019  

The money changers will never give up and many gold bugs can’t stop gambling.

And the money changers know that, with the computers programmed to exploit the stupids.

So the beat goes on … literally.


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