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AuTSaurus
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Another Example... ( 18:36:09 WedMar 5 2008 )

Stirring up sediment is good...

Here is yet another article, and action, by others, that is deemed okay(?), but if it was dredgers doing it, ....people would have a fit.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,335181,00.html


Just not fair.

Greg

  
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Re: Another Example... ( 22:11:42 WedMar 5 2008 )

Just think of the turbidity that will cause.
Let me think about this for a second.
Greenies/others cause turbidity=good for the environment
Dredgers cause turbidity=bad for the environment
Now I get it
Greenies/others good
dredgers bad
BWAHAHAHA



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Re: Another Example... ( 00:10:28 ThuMar 6 2008 )

Right, Bruce, I hope this can be used for our case later.

Now they've decided sediment and cloudy water are healthy for fish! And we've known all along dredging and it's effects were/are good for fish!

Greg

  
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Re: Another Example... ( 03:06:46 ThuMar 6 2008 )

Next thing is they will want to kick us off the river because we don't cause enough turbidity to suit them.

Ken

  
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Re: Another Example... ( 15:08:45 FriMar 21 2008 )

Ken, you may be correct about that! I've been busy the past few days discussing the very same types of issues with an environmentalist friend of mine: Keep your friends close, keep your potential enemies closer. This lady is a mover and a shaker in the Washington State environmental movement and I've managed to convince her that the small miner is actually beneficial to the the overall health of our streams and rivers. I sincerely hope that she will now take the initiative to convince her like minded environmentalist friends that miners and environmentalist actually have more in common than they realize. It is my sincere hope that other miners in this organization will do the same, the more we spread this information outside our own sphere of influence, the better.

From my favorite Alaskan mining source..

Environmental impact studies.

http://www.akmining.com/mine/study.htm

Thank You



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