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   Gold/Mining/EnergyBirch Mountain Resources BMD-ASE

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (370)3/9/2002 11:51:14 AM
From: J.E.Currie
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I was asked on RB would I be buying on Monday?

My reply:


I am well positioned but, if someone wants to get foolish then as always the strong hands will be happy to take from the weak. I can't control that. As the resident deviant here I could care little about the next few trading days, as my view is longer.

I want to hear that we are out of the gate and running with our go-forward strategy.

I want to sit back and see how certain foolish actions by people intent on trying to kill this Company, play themselves completely off the map of credibility.

I want to sit back and watch all those wishy/washy,
on again/off agains/ on agains slither back to the table.

There is for sure much work to be done by BMD going forward and the certainty in this stock remains to be seen, but as a speculator I like my odds very much. Especially with the quality and professionalism of the team, and MANAGEMENT!


To:J.E.Currie who wrote (7062)
From: Al Collard Saturday, Mar 9, 2002 6:57 AM
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Hi J.E.,
Your in with BMD-v @$.65 for 15,384 shares.

There is no chart for Birch Mountain Resources Ltd, as the stock is just coming off a long halt on the CDNX. Trading resumes in this stock on Monday. Definitely a stock to put on your watchlist to see just what direction it takes in early trading.

Latest NR from the company:

Good luck with this pick,

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (371)3/10/2002 12:34:27 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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I thought this needed to be posted again

Gold Fields to Support Research Into New Industrial Uses for Gold

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Gold Fields Limited (Nasdaq: GOLD; JSE: GFI) and Mintek today announced the entry of Gold Fields into Project AuTEK, a pioneering initiative to pursue research into and the development of new industrial uses for gold.

Chris Thompson, Chairman and Chief Executive of Gold Fields said; ``Gold producers have in the past not spent enough time and money on developing new product applications for gold. Through this project we aim to explore the potential for gold and gold alloys to be used in catalytic and other new applications. We believe there is substantial potential for gold to replace existing products and to create new ones.

Project AuTEK is a very exciting and significant step for the future of the gold market,'' Thompson said.

Project AuTEK, which was first launched in June 2000, now has Gold Fields, AngloGold, and Mintek as primary partners. The project has research affiliations with a number of institutions worldwide, including the Universities of Cape Town, Witwatersrand and the North in South Africa, as well as the LERCSI in France and the University of Leiden in The Netherlands.

Dr Mike Cortie, manager of the Physical Metallurgy Division of Mintek said; ``The entry of Gold Fields into the partnership will allow AuTEK to expand its focus from research into the use of gold in catalysts for the chemical industry, to include other applications such as the use of gold in advanced materials and devices.''

He added; ``Gold has diverse useful and interesting technological properties. However, it has only been discovered comparatively recently that it has great potency as a catalyst for many chemical reactions of commercial and environmental interest. This breakthrough in understanding occurred more or less simultaneously at laboratories in Japan and Western Europe. Research into gold-bearing catalysts is now an active topic in Europe, Japan, the USA, China and South Africa. The first 12 months of Project AuTEK has focused on these applications. However, we have been aware all along that gold has other actual and potential applications in advanced devices and components and, with the support from Gold Fields, Project AuTEK will be additionally directed at these new opportunities. Of particular interest to us, and our partners at the universities of the Witwatersrand and the North, is that gold has actual or potential uses in the growing field of nanotechnology and in certain kinds of advanced materials and devices. While these types of devices might only use a few hundred milligrams of gold a piece, their potential market runs to tens of millions of units and they could end up being a significant consumer of gold.

SOURCE: Gold Fields Limited; Mintek

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (372)3/10/2002 12:40:00 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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To:russett who wrote (7083)
From: J.E.Currie Sunday, Mar 10, 2002 12:18 PM
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Thank you for you supposition.

I wrote a private message to Al apologizing, and I now do the same for the members here.

This is an Investment forum and where those roads lead us we know not, however when one looks at the "next big potential investments", one cannot rule out "deviant" thoughts (March issue of Fast Company-Deviants, Inc: How Fringe Ideas create Mass Markets). IMO this is the "Under $3.00", and as such carries considerable speculation. I think we all know and understand that and need not be saved.

There is a BMD thread and that is where I would welcome honest debate and discussion.

Subject 26515

Again, this is a great thread and the focus should stay where it is.

Respectfully Submitted

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (373)3/10/2002 10:31:10 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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If I may point out that reading between the lines in the Press Release tells of much good news.

Here is a perfect example:
I have not been very positive about the PURCHASE OF CUSTOMIZED FIRE ASSAY PROTOCOL for a couple of reasons.

1.The first being F/A was for the CDNX.

2.It has no bearing on a metallurigical process.

3.I have some prior experience with Auric.

But now if you read between the lines you will find much to be quite positive about and that is what appears the apparent success of the Fire Assay.

Question for anyone. With all your degrees and credibility on the line would you tell BMD that:

"REL has advised Birch Mountain
that criteria for advancing to the second part of the verification protocol
have been met and has recommended proceeding to part two."

unless you believed it could be done!!!!!!!! Please read carefully.


As announced in a news release on January 9, 2002, Birch Mountain has
entered into a contract with AuRIC Precious Metals, Inc ("AuRIC"), Victoria,
B.C., to purchase rights to a customized fire assay protocol developed by
AuRIC. AuRIC is not an ISO registered analytical laboratory and does not
retain a registered B.C. assayer. The contract includes provisions for
independent, third party verification tests using a double blind, chain-of-
custody test protocol. The verification protocol was designed by and is under
the control and supervision of Adrian Mann, Ph.D., MBA, P. Geol., of Ruthrie
Enterprises Ltd. ("REL"), Calgary, Alberta, and Mr. Martin Thomas, M.Sc., P.
Eng., of Lateral Solutions Inc. ("LSI"), Calgary, Alberta. Both individuals
and companies are fully independent of Birch Mountain.
The test sample suite comprises 50 samples consisting of standards, rock
samples and blanks. The test sample suite was prepared by REL and delivered to
LSI as blind numbered samples. The verification protocol is divided into two
parts. In part one, the fire assay protocol was transferred to LSI who
supervised and worked with AuRIC at AuRIC's Salt Lake City, UT, laboratory to
complete the assay procedure on the 50 blind samples.
LSI has advised that the results are derived from a technique using fire
assay. The results from these first tests were provided directly to REL by
AuRIC. REL analyzed the results against criteria established in the
verification protocol including precision of analytical results, threshold
concentrations and quality control provisions. REL has advised Birch Mountain
that criteria for advancing to the second part of the verification protocol
have been met and has recommended proceeding to part two.
Part two involves the analysis of the same test suite in two independent
Canadian analytical laboratories using the AuRIC assay protocol. LSI will
transfer the AuRIC assay protocol and supervise the testing in two
laboratories pre-qualified by REL and LSI. The results from part two will be
analyzed by REL and communicated to Birch Mountain and AuRIC. If the results
meet the same criteria used in part one, Birch Mountain will pay AuRIC a
combination of common shares and cash in return for exclusive rights to the
fire assay protocol on the Company's existing mineral properties and
non-exclusive rights elsewhere.
REL and LSI advise that full details of the samples and criteria can not
be disclosed until part two of the verification protocol is complete, because
doing so could compromise the verification protocol. Full disclosure of the
verification protocol and test results will be made when the tests are


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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (374)3/11/2002 12:05:49 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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On the Mineral Exploration Side we have:

"The dollar, which has been so strong for many years even during this current downturn, is beginning to show signs of deteriorating, and one of the beneficiaries of this is usually the gold market," Lomma said in a new report that is beginning to make waves in Manhattan investment circles."

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (375)3/13/2002 10:32:35 AM
From: J.E.Currie
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By: Trustful $$$
13 Sep 2001, 04:33 PM EDT Msg. 83077 of 88302


ALL TMMI Shareholders/Avid Readers of this board

The following has come to my attention:

According to Howe Street Rumour, Giovanni Camporese (notafraid2) , Bill Cate(Beowolfinvest) and mafiasumo

Have created a CYBER-BOILER room. They have been using it for over a year

to discredit company's and short their stocks.

They are the kingpins of this organization

Employees of this CYBER-BOILER room include:

1st DEAL

These people are all CYBER-SCAMMERS. Do not believe anything they say. Their only interest is to get you to sell them your stock at a low price so that they can cover their shorts.

These individuals are all PAID BASHERS and have been working for these three men for some time. BEWARE of what they say it is ALL LIES. My best advice to you would be to put them on ignore or complain to the raging bull webmaster about their continual SPAMMING of nonsense. It is completely irrelevant of this board.

Best of luck to all Shareholders.

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (376)3/13/2002 12:16:31 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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From the Nano thread

To:FR1 who wrote (55)
From: J.E.Currie Wednesday, Mar 13, 2002 12:12 PM
Respond to of 57

Re: "I mean something we can invest in."

First of all the new issue of Red Herring has a great interview on "Nano-Newt" Gingrich which explains this "next big thing" in lay language.

Secondly, BMD.V by no means has a product but that doesn't necessarily mean you don't want to invest. Those with an investing interest in NANO would do well to wait a few years. Those who understand the tremendous risk reward in speculating now can benefit greatly with the basket theory.

BMD.V is one that has greatly decreased it's risk, increased reward and also presents a double whammy with it's mineral exploration side. The Press Release of March 7, 2002 is long, about 20 pages, however I am very encouraged by the fact that they are very different in that on the NANO side they are writing additional patents on “Naturally Occurring Nanoparticles”. I believe that 99% of all other Nano R&D is on the “synthetic” end.

On the mineral side, IF they are able to fire assay and I would say that the probability is quite high (read Purchase of Fire Assay in Press Release), in that the independent third party had to be certain to rec’d step two. Additionally with the protocols set so strict there was no way someone could come up with the right answer. Almost like a six number lottery.

Precious metals are a hedge against a downturn in the market, and Exploration and Development Mining stocks can represent great returns, along with the NANO kicker BMD.V can be a very intriguing play.

This is not a rec’d, rather just some offer of my due diligence for the Nano thread.

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (377)4/2/2002 5:16:42 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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Here's to the good guys out there of which JB was definitely way up on the list. A big salute to you my friend. This is a day we were waiting for.

“News is that nanotechnology research is slated to receive one of the largest budget increases in U.S. president George W. Bush's fiscal 2003 science budget. The increase--17 percent to $679 million--is the latest proof that the U.S. government likes what it sees in the novel science of manipulating matter with atomic precision. And now that the respected journal Science has named nanoelectronics as the breakthrough of the year, it appears that the influential science press does, too.”

“In a new survey, the NBA asserts that the field is already a $45.5 billion industry that could grow to $700 billion by 2008. The New York-based trade group boasts such advisers as Newt Gingrich, a former U.S. speaker of the House; Steve Jurvetson, a high-profile venture capitalist at the VC firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson; and David Holtzman, a former chief technology officer at Network Solutions. The NBA concludes that VCs will invest more than $1 billion in nanotech this year. How the field has grown--or has it?”

“Some nanotech defenders--for instance, Josh Wolfe, an NBA cofounder and a leading voice in nanotech --have sought to distance themselves from the numbers. But they are quick to point out that even if the methodology that produced the $1 billion estimate is flawed, the figure still could turn out to be true.”

Birch Mountain Resources Ltd - News Release
Birch Mountain discovers natural platinum nanoparticles
Birch Mountain Resources Ltd BMD
Shares issued 33,647,122 Apr 1 2002 close $.350
Tuesday Apr 2 2002 News Release

Mr. Douglas Rowe reports
Birch Mountain Resources has discovered natural platinum nanoparticles in sedimentary rock. The discovery was made by Birch Mountain scientists using a scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) at the microscopy and imaging facility, department of cell biology and anatomy, faculty of medicine, University of Calgary. The platinum nanoparticles were found by STEM examination of a less than 100-nanometre thick, 20- by 24-micrometre cross-section cut from a platinum microparticle using a focused ion beam (FIB). The platinum microparticle was identified by environmental scanning electron microscope analysis of the rock. The location of the platinum microparticle on the sample mount was noted and the mount was sent to Fibics Inc., Ottawa, Ont., for preparation of the FIB section by the lift-out technique (
STEM analysis of the FIB section shows that the platinum microparticle is a composite particle made up, in part, of successive bands of platinum up to 500 nanometres thick. The platinum bands are composed of laminae of three- to 20-nanometre platinum nanoparticles and nanoparticle totals. Images of the platinum microparticle and nanoparticles are available on the company's Web site
Birch Mountain initially hypothesized in 1999 that the precious and non-precious metal microparticles it and others had observed in sedimentary rocks were made up of much smaller nanoparticles. Evidence supporting this hypothesis was obtained in 2000, when Birch Mountain identified natural copper and iron-oxygen nanoparticles in sedimentary rocks. Subsequently, Birch Mountain's scientists have shown that some non-precious metal microparticles are totals of these smaller nanoparticles. The work reported here is consistent with Birch Mountain's hypothesis that precious metal microparticles can comprise totals of precious metal nanoparticles.
These results show that platinum nanoparticles exist in nature and can total to form platinum microparticles. This disclosure should not be interpreted as scientific or technical information in respect of any exploration, development or production activities on any mineral property material to the company. These results do not imply, nor can they be used to infer, economic value. Birch Mountain will continue this work now that it has established the viability of the FIB section technique for examining natural microparticles and nanoparticles.
Mr. Glen R. De Paoli, MSc, PGeo, senior project geologist, carried out or supervised the work described in this news and is identified as the qualified person.
WARNING: The company relies upon litigation protection for "forward-looking" statements.

(c) Copyright 2002 Canjex Publishing Ltd.
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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (378)4/7/2002 10:02:02 PM
From: J.E.Currie
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By: scredly $$$$$
07 Apr 2002, 09:06 PM EDT Msg. 771 of 771

Nanotechnology: A New World Is Born
Josh Wolfe, 03.14.02, 7:00 AM ET

NEW YORK - Don't confuse the stock market with the real world. The tech stock balloon is busted, shattered, gone. But the technology revolution is just getting started. Looming just ahead is what may well be its most exciting phase--nanotechnology. This will be bigger than the Internet and more far-reaching. It will create vast new wealth. It will destroy a lot of old wealth. And it will shake up just about every business on the planet.

Nanotechnology gets its name from the measurement called a nanometer, which is one-billionth of a meter--1/75,000th the size of a human hair. A nanometer comprises around four individual atoms. Here's why that matters so greatly: When we get down to this small size, the classical laws of physics change. Once they can manipulate atoms--which combine to form molecules, the building blocks of our natural world--scientists can create new building blocks that produce new materials with the exact properties they desire: smaller, stronger, tougher, lighter and more resilient than what has come before.

Nanotechnology will lead to incredible advances, some merely practical, others almost sublime. On the most mundane level: scratch-proof glass and tiles that shed dirt and never need cleaning. On a more sophisticated level: precision drug-delivery systems; computers the size of a sugar cube that could hold the entire Library of Congress; and building blocks to produce new materials with the exact properties desired. Already super-strong drill bits are being produced by a company called Nanodyne.

On a recent visit to Washington, D.C., I sat on a top-level panel on nanotechnology. Among the other participants were former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, National Science Foundation chief Mike Roco and Meya Meyyappan of NASA's Ames Nanotechnology Group. Gingrich was not exaggerating when he declared flatly, "Nanotechnology is our country's future." The others agreed.

But here's the danger: While the U.S. gained an early lead and never lost it in the computer and Internet revolutions, it is not the early leader in all areas of nanotechnology. Japanese scientists have already developed a lead in nanoscale circuits. Engineers in Germany are busily using nanotechnology to protect surfaces from dirt and grime.

So we have some catching up to do. When he was still in politics, Gingrich joined hands with his arch political enemy Bill Clinton to foster the National Nanotechnology Initiative in January 2000. Government spending on nanotechnology began in 1998 with about $115 million. Now the Bush Administration has grabbed the ball and is running with it: Bush has asked Congress to appropriate $679 million for 2003 to help us catch up.

This time the Europeans are determined not to be left behind. European governments, led by Germany, the U.K. and France, spent $164 million on nanotech in 2000. The European Union's Framework Program supports Nanotech above and beyond individual country's programs: For 2002-2006 the European Union has allocated $1.2 billion.

Europe is already an important Nanotech incubator. Germany's Nanogate Technologies GmbH is using nanotechnology to produce a coating about 100 nanometers thick that renders surfaces such as tiles and sinks stain- and scratch-resistant, and markedly easier to clean.

Nanogate has high hopes for its new coating. Some 4 billion square meters of ceramic tile are sold every year. Tilemakers can charge a premium for the coated tile and are expected to become eager customers for the nanotech product. The company expects to develop branding for its Sol-Gel product in the same way that 3M (nyse: MMM - news - people ) has with Scotchgard and Intel (nasdaq: INTC - news - people ) with PCs.

Nanogate takes a material to be coated, applies a layer of adhesive nanoparticles and then adds another layer of non-adhesive nanoparticles that bind to the first layer. The outermost part of this layer prevents other particles, like dirt and grime, from binding to it.

One customer, Duravit, a German bathroom-fixture manufacturer, already sells a broad line of products using Nanogate's technology. Nanogate-treated toilets, sinks and tubs are practically self-cleaning. Nanogate also sells the technology as a wax coating for about $25, and you apply it yourself. No U.S. companies offer competitive products yet, but DuPont (nyse: DD - news - people ) is working hard to catch up.

This is admittedly small stuff compared with tiny computers and targeted drug delivery, but it demonstrates how companies that master the technology will be able to produce an endless array of innovative products. Already Nanogate is extending its technology to industrial uses to keep machines and engines running cleanly and efficiently to eliminate downtime.

Privately owned Nanogate is still tiny, with sales this year of maybe $2 million, but Chief Executive Ralf Zastrau expects growth of between 50% and 100% over the next several years. Were it not for Ralf's heavy investment in R&D, I believe the company would be profitable ahead of its current projection of 2003.

Another promising nanotech company, spawned on the campus of University College in Dublin, is privately owned Ntera. Ntera's first product is NanoChromics, an ultra-thin display that looks like regular paper but can change what it displays, just like a computer screen or LCD. An initial $400,000 from the Irish government and European Union programs got Ntera started, but the company has since raised $26 million from private investors, including Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein and the Intel 64 Fund.

Several U.S. outfits are testing the same waters, but less successfully than Ntera. E-Ink (an MIT spinoff) and Gyricon (a Xerox Palo Alto Research Center spinoff) are making similar products but with a less efficient process. These companies rely on microscopic beads that change color when voltage is applied to them. One side is black, the other white. One side is positively charged, the other negatively. When electricity is applied, the particle can flip to the desired color and create a display bit. If enough of them line up, you can create the words on a page.

But whereas E-Ink and Gyricon require expensive custom-designed manufacturing facilities and new equipment to produce their displays, Ntera's technology is specifically suited for existing plant and equipment used by LCD manufacturers, which already dominate the electronic display market.

Ntera recently signed a co-development agreement with Merck (nyse: MRK - news - people ) to supply product to LCD manufacturers. In time, this process will be integrated at the LCD manufacturer's facility. There should be a lively market for the product. Retailers such as Macy's spend about $250,000 a week changing their in-store paper displays. Ntera's technology could save them worthwhile amounts.

Ntera is on a roll. It expects its NanoChromics line to generate 70% of next year's projected $4 million in sales, with the remainder coming from recently acquired Swiss firm Xoliox. Xoliox moves nanotechnology into yet another business. It uses similar materials to create a battery that lasts longer and produces energy more efficiently. With a focus on near-term revenue, an annual growth rate of nearly 100% and a pipeline of additional nanotechnologies in the works, Ntera is poised for tremendous expansion.

Right now Europe also seems ahead in developing nanotechnology to create materials for industries like cosmetics and textiles. Among the big European multinationals active in nanotechnology are BASF (nyse: BF - news - people ), Bayer (nyse: BAY - news - people ), Merck and Henkel Group.

This early European head start may not last, however. Lacking the U.S.'s deep capital markets, the Europeans depend more on government support, which is a cumbersome process. Ultimately there will be a surge in strategic alliances in this area as big U.S. companies partner with companies abroad. Already Procter & Gamble (nyse: PG - news - people ) has announced a partnership with BAE Systems (formerly British Aerospace) to create multidisciplinary centers of excellence for nanotech.

These are the early days in nanotechnology. Any businessperson and any business that neglects its promise will live to regret it. There are as yet relatively few direct ways to invest in the business, but this will change fairly quickly. Meanwhile, investors need to know which established companies are riding this wave of the future and which are not.

This report is dedicated to seeing that you stay up to speed on changes that may beggar all those that have gone before.

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To: J.E.Currie who wrote (379)4/23/2002 8:44:43 AM
From: Chuca Marsh
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NR out last nite: Big Bear Grizly Diamonds, me on NANO Process It & They Will COME and DRILL- NANOTECH PRODUCTS.
Birch Mountain Resources Ltd - News Release
Birch Mountain arranges scaled down financing
Birch Mountain Resources Ltd BMD
Shares issued 33,647,122 Apr 22 2002 close $.320
Monday Apr 22 2002 News Release

Mr. Douglas Rowe reports
Birch Mountain Resources has elected not to close the private placement financing reported in Stockwatch on Jan. 9, 2002. Instead, Birch Mountain intends to raise up to $525,000 as a first step in a multistaged financing to advance the company's natural nanoparticle research and precious metal assay verification programs, together with continuing corporate activities. The company intends to issue 1.5 million units priced at 35 cents per unit, each unit consisting of one common share and one common share purchase warrant, with each warrant entitling the holder to purchase an additional common share for $1.00 for a period of six months from closing.
The company also announced that its board of directors has approved and it has received the conditional approval of the Canadian Venture Exchange for a new stock option plan pursuant to the new CDNX policies on stock option plans adopted in November, 1999. The total number of shares issuable upon the exercise of all options granted under the plan shall not exceed 3,392,674 common shares. This is in addition to the 3,313,750 stock options currently issued and outstanding pursuant to the terms of the existing stock option plan. Adoption of the plan is subject to final approval of the shareholders and the CDNX.
Mineral technology division
Birch Mountain has been advised by its U.S. patent counsel that the patent examiner has indicated allowability for a portion of the original claims, which cover part of the originally claimed subject matter. Birch Mountain has, upon advice from its U.S. patent counsel, decided to limit the original application to those allowable claims and to place the application in condition for allowance and permit the patent to be issued. The remaining claims will be pursued in a continuation application. The divisional application previously filed to cover the product claims is pending and Birch Mountain is awaiting action by the U.S. Patent Office on that divisional application. The international PCT application, corresponding to the original U.S. patent application is currently pending and under preliminary examination by the PCT examining authority.
Mineral exploration division
Birch Mountain has filed its 2002 exploration assessment report with Alberta Department of Energy in the amount of $5.15-million for work conducted from April, 2000, to March 31, 2002, on its Athabasca and Birch Mountain exploration properties. The assessment expenditures have been applied to 55 metallic and industrial minerals permits covering 360,675 hectares. The expenditures included in the 2002 assessment report are sufficient to retain Birch Mountain's priority permits for the next two years or until the expiry of their 10-year term, whichever is earlier. Additional assessment-eligible work has been completed and will be available for future assessment reports. All permits in the Birch Mountain exploration property have been retained, in accordance with the option agreement with Shear Minerals Inc. and Marum Resources Ltd. The Athabasca exploration property has been reduced by 348,800 hectares in order to retain lands considered to be most prospective for precious metals. Birch Mountain maintains its core exploration land in Athabasca comprising 48,785 hectares (120,548 acres) held under metallic and industrial mineral leases and 360,675 hectares (891,228 acres) held under metallic and industrial mineral permits.
WARNING: The company relies upon litigation protection for "forward-looking" statements.

(c) Copyright 2002 Canjex Publishing Ltd.

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