We're now up to 27 including "plus-one's". I do hope that Graphite Tech and Buildanestegg will join us on Anglesey on Sat 2 September - they have expressed an interest, and have both made valuable contributions in this chatroom.
A visit to the underground workings seems off the agenda. In the words of s55sh: "it was physically strenuous, nipple deep in freezing ocre water" sounds like a fridge too far.
Does anyone have any theories as to why details of the scoping study have not been made public yet? I am curious to know why Balkan Zinc have not done their IPO yet when it seemed this was another thing that was likely to happen before Christmas. Are AYM waiting for the Balkan Zinc IPO? Another possibility is that behind the scenes AYM have been courting possible partners to move the Parys mountain project forwards. It is a frustrating wait to hear news.
Predictably the sp increase during February has triggered a significant rise in the volume of contributions to this site – indeed, approaching 100 on some days and the excitement was almost palpable.
The good news was that “one of our midsts” phoned the elusive “Bill” and was advised that, due to personal constraints, he was responsible for the delay in RNS etc. So, normal business communications fail ... but a random telephone call works and there was no one other than Bill who could address the issues?
It was also good to see new contributors with objective input, as this site can become convoluted with subjective comment.
Extrapolation is a valid tool but only if the basis is valid and the math is appropriate. Indeed an irrelevant basis is actually unhelpful, because it prompts further unsound analysis and debate.
By definition, this is a “predictive” forum but ... wild and unfounded predictions should expect some retrospective challenge or require some self provision of explanation. I recall numerous messages last year about “imminent digging”. Some authors might like to review their February predictions ... a few were at the ends of the continuum.
“Difficult contributors” can be challenging and generate “non value adding” exchanges with inappropriate language and “tone”. This is boring and inefficient; the most reliable solution is simply to ignore offending contributions.
Again, I fully recognise that these observations will not meet universal acclaim, but I am genuinely interested, if not frequently confused, by AYM which does not seem to follow any conventional commercial logic (Canada, Sweden, AGM’s and Communication).
If we are advised of significant good news in the short term, I am sure you will draw it my attention ...or ignore me. Best wishes ...and apologies.
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