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tenderfootminerRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Steepe,I was loading equipt to head top mine and ....out of a box fell another funnel shaped peice to the multi wheel gold machine I sent ya!let me know if ya want it mailed and where.:smile:
pascalfortierRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Gold??
pelukRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Thanks Pop.Chapter 31 and 32 lay it out pretty well.In chapter 31..."We discuss how to create a mineral policy that leads to LAWS and REGULATIONS that balance the interests of all stakeholders.This is a very difficult and daunting task for government and to succeed it needs an inclusive dialogue with all stakeholders...PLUS KNOWHOW ABOUT BAT." Who knew!!! Step right this way for your bible.I said THIS way for This bible!:smile:

Chapter 32.... "How to implement policies at a local level DEMANDING a package of training standards and monitoring."

Help me that I might know.Let's not take a chance.Let's put this squarely in the hands of those that gave us the Federal Reserve.Then we can just shove the B.S.about dialogue and just bend over.
Sorry Kringle,some old guys can't follow instructions.
:devil:
BillARe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
a long time awaiting . . . .
I'd sure like a hardbound copy.

Bill
popandsonminersRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Looks like Robin's book is still "just a few days away"----

http://www.mine.mn/The_Gold_Miners_Book.htm
pascalfortierRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Updates?

Pascal
dredgerRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Dang, no time to comment.

dredger.
kringle_miningRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Like I said Chick .This BAT discussion hit a stalemate two months back.
The positions of both sides have been made clear an over and over and over abundance of time.
It is time to move on with new topics before the forum screeches to a halt.
pelukRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?

Kringle,the "bull' I speak of is the rampaging environmental preservation movement.While nobody holds mother nature responsible for the devastation caused by such tantrumes as the Mt.Saint Helens eruption,woe betide the prospector who digs a hole in the surface of the earth.

I look at it this way.Take a bicycle helmet and put it on your head.Kneel down and smack your head against the pavement.Now do the same thing without a helmet.Is that experiment sufficient to insist anyone riding a bike will wear a helmet?Insurance companies and their lobbyists would like it that way.

Let's just say,we as miners start to gain headway in the fair use of the environment.The preservationists,backed to a wall will say,"Ok,but this is the only way you will mine gold.It guarantees maximum extraction of target minerals from the soil.This will mean the minng and disturbance will be a one shot affair.Then you and your equipment will go away."
They will then cite Steppe's book as the guide for BAT.

But you say,my situation is different,or I want to use a different method.The permit issuing office then says,"We are bound by regulations...newwwww regulations.They guarantee a maximum return to the shareholders,satisfy environmentalists,and it's the BAT."

Steppe is a writer who must defend his work.I want to read the final version.It may have some good ideas.I hope they remain as suggestions.

I think it fair to fire broadsides at the work.Nobody says Geowizzard is always right.If Steppe's work is worthwhile,criticism can only raise curiosity and boost sales.

I just remind Steppe of one thing,next time you dig test holes for human entry many feet below the surface,line that hole or don't do it.:welcome:


baubRe: The Gold Miners Book When will it be available?
Sad day. Learned a lot from Steppe, hate to see him go. Will remember him as a good sort and understandable, once you got used to his accent.
His book and ESPECIALLY patience were greatly appreciated.

Thanks ,

Bob

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