Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for January, 2011

Have NGOs taken a backseat to narco traders and terrorists in opposition to mining in South America?  This radical question arises as I read the following from a much longer report that I recommend you read in full–it is part of Wikileaks at work:  (more…)

Read Full Post »

Pure evil exists.  We do not like to admit it, for it scares us to acknowledge the existence of pure evil.  If you doubt me on the existence of pure evil, read the history, watch the movies, or see the operas that tell of Agamemnon, Elektra, Salome, Nero, Lucretia Borgia, the Inquisition, Nazis, Stalin, Pot Pol, and so on through the endless list.  (more…)

Read Full Post »

Travelling long distances to remote mines on planes gives me opportunity to read and listen to music.   In the past two weeks I have been on nine flights as I traversed great distances to Yellowknife, Fort McMurray, Edmonton, Los Angeles, Dallas, Guatemala City, Houston, and back home to Vancouver.  Here are some of the books that I have read and some of the  music I have listened to. (more…)

Read Full Post »

A week of wonders.  Here are some: (more…)

Read Full Post »

At this link, is the Policy Framework in Canada For Mine Closure and Management of Long-Term Liabilities: A Guidance Document.

I cannot copy or cut-and-paste from the copy I got, so on a Sunday night you will not find me typing out the main points.  Suffice it to say that if you are remotely interested in or likely to be affected any time soon by the issue of mine closure, you should go to the link, download the document, and read it.  And then make plans to deal with it potential adoption and implementation. 

Basically, they recommend that Canada institute a system to manage mine closure that is as good if not better than the one in force and practice in Nevada–and maybe as good as the one in British Columbia.  And the mining industry flourishes there.

Read Full Post »

In today’s emails was this request for advice on how to write resumes.  (more…)

Read Full Post »

   On first reading the following report that I provide below in full, I could not but help feel that probably this is the best thing to do: cut a state agency designed to help small mining exploration companies.  Sounds like it was an expensive waste of money.  And yet, as this thought struck me, I realized how deep into Tea Party ideals I have slide, in spite of intellectual attempts to resist.  (more…)

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 537 other followers