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I agree entirely. There have been very direct discussions with Abitibi Geophysics and they stand behind their findings. So a vertical anomaly could be possible or a large deeper anomaly that is casting a shadow upward is also a possibility. Bottom line is they need $1 million to do a drill program, so that is the plan, to bring in a joint venture partner. This property is far too important and the climate is not right to try and do this alone.
Here is another view of grid two, each I.P. slice is set one over the other so you can see the high chargeability at a progressive angle across the grid. There has to be some company out there that would want a 50% joint venture at a bargain basement price.
also would have liked them to use more advanced geophysical methods (VTEM or ZTEM, see LBSR in Alaska) to validate & further enhance their understanding of what's in the ground. It just seems like WOLV management spent a lot of $$$ on drilling instead of delineating the most promising locations with different/more advanced geophysical methods first, and that happened three years in a row basically (2010, 2011 & 2012 drill campaigns). maybe it's time for some fresh blood at the top & a geophysicist more in tune with cutting edge geophysical methodology ?