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GAU, GREAT AUSTRALIAN RESOURCES LIMITED
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post Posted: May 24 2007, 05:25 PM
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In reply to: asteroider on Wednesday 23/05/07 06:54pm


A few uranium tenements over in South Africa would be a nice mix. If you ask me the new acquisitions overseas could be part of the reason. After GAU get rid of their Platinum interests a few more possibilities wouldn't do any harm. On a bad day things held up well.

 
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post Posted: May 23 2007, 06:54 PM
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In reply to: phil23456 on Wednesday 23/05/07 04:56pm

See ann last week for small capital raising to acquire new projects.

Considering the two quality projects in the stable at the moment, I would be surprised if they acquired anything insignificant.

 
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Another big day for GAU, anyone know whats going on?

 
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post Posted: May 18 2007, 04:43 PM
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In reply to: novac on Thursday 17/05/07 10:05pm

I think they are doing fly overs first to measure the magnetic feilds.



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post Posted: May 17 2007, 10:05 PM
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In reply to: jediknight on Tuesday 15/05/07 12:10pm

Jediknight

I hear you.
4 holes drilled in Morokweng, 1 which returned 0.7m @ 27% Ni

I really hope they start drilling this soon.

Bring on the Platinum first

 
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post Posted: May 15 2007, 12:10 PM
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Take a look at M3.

When meteorites hit the earth, it hardly ever drops at a perfect 90degree straight line down towards the centre of the earth.

M3 tells us that this mother of a rock was travelling very slow in speed (avoiding the usual vapourisation process) over Johanesburg heading north, eventually to Morokweng. Thus embedding its rich mineral deposit.

Yes, this is why Morokweng is so different!!!!
No-one can explain the lack of vapourisation associated with Morokweng.
There are no scientific models at there yet.
When meteorites hit the earth thesedays, nothing is left of them, everything is burnt-up.
Last year, actual rock from the Morokweng meteorite was dug-up (beachball size) surrounded by rich, Cr, Ni, Co.
Meaning the rock survived impact and minerals intact.

The researchers can't say for sure why this fragment is preserved. Current models indicate that no unaltered fragments can survive large impacts, which, Shukolyukov suggests, implies the models are incomplete

sudbury, sudbury, sudbury....
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post Posted: May 15 2007, 11:40 AM
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GAU (Morokweng) will make headlines around the world in the coming 6-8 months.
This resource deposit is beyond massive.
This is a must BUY.

Prediction, $1.70 come 2008 purely on the back of 'astronomical' survey data & constantly high nickel, copper and platinum prices.

That's right its not all nickel down there!!!!
This 140 million year old meteorite has sudbury written all over it.



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post Posted: May 11 2007, 06:54 PM
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In reply to: novac on Wednesday 09/05/07 08:11pm

Kahuna hope you listened to me about UMC

 
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post Posted: May 9 2007, 08:11 PM
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In reply to: kahuna1 on Wednesday 09/05/07 09:34am

Kahuna,

Not about to get into a slanging match with you. Your points have been taken.

This is my question to you.

Do you think it's a punt at a fully diluted market cap of 24m?

By the way if your looking for monster resource stocks that are undervalued, UMC


You've been told



 
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post Posted: May 9 2007, 06:47 PM
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In reply to: console on Wednesday 09/05/07 11:30am

Kahuna has it in one. I'm happy to sit on the sidelines watching. why not put you $$ in NWE or FAR or IGR or EAR. You can double up in the months ahead.

DYOR.



 
 


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