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To: sense who wrote (672)3/23/2012 4:16:42 PM
From: sense
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I think it is a purposeful practice of fraud that is undertaken, in denying the fact of how the market does work, in fact.

Thieves operate in the dark. Is it really a surprise that they prefer to keep their thieving hidden ?

It is a FACT that there is a purposeful lack of transparency that exists... that is a purposeful artifact created and imposed in the rules that exist, which are specifically intended to enable that trade... while denying its existence.

The markets are DESIGNED to enable it... making it nonsensical to assume the design exists in order to facilitated it... and then NOT use it.

So, I will readily agree with you that the fact in the created effort to impose and manage the lack of transparency... means that no one, other than those who create those positions, will "know" if they exist... or, at what level they do exist... and who is responsible for creating them, etc.

Having a purposeful blackout on information imposed... knowing that there is a specific set of purposes inherent in the design and management of the imposition ?

Hmmm. Not much rocket science required there...

It is naive to assume that the carefully created, and carefully managed rules... enable what they do... because no one intends to practice in the dark... what the rules intend to enable them to practice in the dark.

And then... the inherent error made in the assumption that the rules will actually WORK in their purpose... just because they exist and intend what they do ?

LOL!! It's great comedy... seeing thieves sneaking around in broad daylight... thinking they're creeping about in the dark... thinking they're not being observed... because they wrote "rules" requiring that they not be ?

Statistical analysis still works... to make sense of what cannot be seen by extracting data from what can... and it proves the INTENDED imposition in the lack of transparency... doesn't work... because it doesn't actually stand up to even a routine effort in careful examination of the data that exist.

The wrongful intent of rules that impose a purposeful lack of transparency... is easily overcome... by a simple statistical analysis...

Similarly, we don't need to see photographic proof in images of black holes... to know that they exist... as proper statistical analysis even enables proving how large they are... without ever seeing them.

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To: sense who wrote (673)3/23/2012 4:33:11 PM
From: sense
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Anyone think this story might be relevant in relation to SRSR ?

Is the SEC Covering Up Wall Street Crimes?

Granted, it's not SRSR specific... but, it surely is meaningful in relation to the market context in which SRSR operates...

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From: Zilyunz3/23/2012 5:28:42 PM
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The U.S. has the highest number of motor vehicles per capita in the world, at 845 per 1,000 people. Germany has 540; Japan has 593; Britain has 525.

and China? just 37 ...



(from yesterday's Uncommon Wisdom article)

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To: sense who wrote (674)3/23/2012 5:54:18 PM
From: Zilyunz
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From last week, by the same author

Bank of America: Too Crooked to Fail

rollingstone.com

(also not SRSR specific)



warning: don't read on a full stomach ...

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To: Zilyunz who wrote (667)3/23/2012 6:59:34 PM
From: rubyslippers
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Really great post Z....

I'm not losing one bit of sleep over the recent PR and basher histrionics in that other place. Sense really keeps them tied in knots, and I take pleasure in watching the show. Sense, you are an amazing asset to this journey, and I thank you again for all your help and sharing of such rich information. I remain astounded how the cesspool cannot and will not grasp what you are saying. I find group dynamics fascinating. Some want to be part of a pack so they howl in unison to be accepted, some just love doom and gloom, some are in a panic due to getting in with funds they shouldn't, some want their hands held by the company, some swing traders forgot what kind of stock they got into, and some certainly have had ulterior motives. It's quite a toxic brew. Perhaps it needs a Superfund site designation.


Nothing has changed in the list of reasons why I got heavily into this stock. And I've kept getting gifts of more reasons to be in this stock. The numbers related to Nemegosenda are mind blowing. Have you really looked at the map to see that we already have the infrastructure in place to move this asset to market? The management is moving this along on little money, and that really pleases me. We've added assets for very little money. Management says we have multiple suitors and no time constraints on crafting another deal. The donut is the donut is the donut. And as sense points out again and again, our neighbors in the Shining Tree area are doing a lot of analytical work for us. We're in a great spot.


My ongoing thanks to you, sense, and the other grownups who contribute so much here and keep us in an oasis of sanity. And to you and sense especially for setting up this and the Shining Tree boards.

I suspect we all could be pretty giddy by summer.

Well, time to shut down for the week, get the popcorn ready, and see what the cesspool has come up with today.

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To: Zilyunz who wrote (676)3/23/2012 9:54:28 PM
From: Harmonic
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I'm not sure how this article fits in exactly but it is along the same line. Enjoy.

thedailybell.com

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To: rubyslippers who wrote (677)3/23/2012 10:12:43 PM
From: Zilyunz
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Thanks ruby. I have been to the property more than once. The roads are fine and have probably gotten a little better with the small but significant increase in traffic. And after five miles or so of dirt roads at the site, there is about five miles of a very good gravel road, and then there is 20 miles of paved highway, west to Chapleau, or east to Timmins. The railroad is south of the property and the highway, heading into Chapleau. I am not sure about the power requirements or how they would go about it, if they could purchase power from a local utility, create it on site, or what. They may even create hydro power from the Nemegosenda River?

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To: Harmonic who wrote (678)3/23/2012 10:18:53 PM
From: Zilyunz
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How long 'til the next flash crash? ...

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To: Harmonic who wrote (678)3/23/2012 10:31:40 PM
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The irony of the article is that I’m sure the Bankster friends of the SEC will still be able to use their High speed trading computers. They are just afraid of the competition. Lol.

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To: Zilyunz who wrote (679)3/23/2012 11:37:20 PM
From: rubyslippers
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Appreciate the info, Z. Sorry, I was actually posing that more as a rhetorical question while thinking about the other board and those who probably haven't even looked at the area on a map, or made the connection to how valuable that all is. Should have made that clearer. I'm very glad to hear you've had eyeballs on the ground multiple times. Wish I weren't so far away down here in Texas. Perhaps this summer when it's 110 degrees for the 20th straight day I will just break for the border and go have a look myself. And there's that wind turbine at the Aux Trois Moulins hotel. Another power source idea! :-)

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