Sunday, February 4, 2018

'Visual Results' - Garibaldi Resources Corp. - GGI.v

Steve Regoci
The term 'visual results' refers to some paid chitface shill LOOKING AT newly drilled core and supposing it's a massive, bonanza find. Naturally the assay itself doesn't appear for months. In the case of GGI.v at least 3 months. Made infamous by the brutal Cartaway scam, the 'visual results' scamola requires incredibly crooked and stupid people, in that order.

Garibaldi Resources Corp twinned a hole from 1966 and then sold the 'visual results' as a new discovery. They targeted known 'ore pods', which are uneconomic spits of ore.
Folks this is old school circus clownshow from career snake oil salesmen. For confirmation of that we need look no further than massive securities wienner Mr. Eric Sprott of huge Timminco win off the backs of bigger retards. What that gold bulltard and arguably the biggest Canadian a-hole in securities is doing 'in' venture copper promotions begs an answer.
So what we have here is a hand drawn map from 1966 related to the GGI.v property. (Click to Enlarge)
What we have here is dated November 2017 and shows with extreme clarity what the 'discovery hole' (hole 14) is all about. The 3 month old assays were non-conforming and smeared.

'Grade smearing' is where a very high-grade intercept is improperly 'spread' over a larger width. This is done to make it appear bigger.
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).