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Pacific Empire Minerals Corp V.PEMC

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Pacific Empire Minerals Corp is is a mineral exploration company. Its principal business is the acquisition and exploration of mineral exploration properties in Canada. The company project portfolio includes Jean Marie property, Worldstock property, Weedon Property, and Stars Property among others.

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  • Wangotango67X
Post by Wangotango67on Apr 22, 2023 9:41pm
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TRACKING DOWN - DHH 75 - 1 + 2

TRACKING DOWN - DHH 75 - 1 + 2   Wanted to know where the 2 - 1975 - drill holes were located.
- I had pegged them - more westerly.
- I was wrong.
- not hard to be wrong when one sees a map with fault line
  showing volcanics on one side and plutonic on the other.
   i thought the main black fault was more westerly.
   Nope.... center isle.  

So.... i went on the hunt for the - Y - creek with small pond aside.
I figured - if i could locate this - Y - creke and teardrop pond.
I would at least enable a close prox where the holes were drilled.

This is the map in which i used - 1975 - report - 05633 - pdf

REPORT - 05633 -

HISTORICAL MAP - open to see Y creek and 2 drill hole locations

What intrigued me about these two holes ?
Again - i had them pegged more westerly.
I couldn't figure out why the DDH 75 - 02  hole had dismal
results while inline with the - DDH 75 - 01  hole had far better results.

I had to know why... .DDH 75 -02 was only silts... 
Made no sense - knowing this #2 hole was even closer to the
volcanics - more westerly....

PDF  link above -  provides a play by play - footage
for each - drill hole.

They must've had  an - XRF - to identify - moly - 
in DDH  hole #1 -  closest to - fault
drilled on a 55 degree angle - most likely hit some of the
lifted rock -

DDH #2 behond it - more southerly -


What did i happen to find ?
I " think " i found the best match for the - Y -  creek and pond.
i would say.... it matches - 99%

Yup.... the original - fault line in ( dotted black )
is nowhere near where i thought it was.

DDH - #1 -  closest to the fault line ( dotted black )
                      most likely hit a portion of the lifted rock.

DDH - #2 - was more inline with the - silts.
                     totally explains why #2 was more sediment/silt.

Now i know
if i recall.... i think a Doctor had these claims at this point in time.
There's also a resort nearby....
I would write it off as.... someone wanted an easy drill campaign
and be in close vicinity to -
He got milked... end of story.

Now i can't be too hard on the - class of 75 -
why ?
they didn't have the maps and tech that we now have.
One only needs to open google maps in - satalite mode
and have a close look at this terrain.
It's covered in trees....everywhere.
Hence - solely relied on - mag surveys
If silt is present - good luck.
Silts will obscure - surveys...


One can see the arc where the silt path is from upper lake
Bada-ss place to drill... lol
But close to the resort - wink.

Based on historical map - in link above - not open.
i would say.... if my parameters are at all correct...
That black line is not a fault at all.
Chasing - silts...

WESTERLY...  yellow lines... way better - hell yeah.
either fault lines or, compression zones
all uplifted
far better.

Even the mass chasm - really wide gut.
Most likely a massive fault - but... with massive silts...
1000m - 2000m holes needed.

Where would i explore ?
Yellow dotted line and all the way to the - Tills more westerly.
High atop the volcanic mountains.
Sediments uplift  sheets+ loose tills.

- every meter of a drill connects with rock.
- instead of fighting 30m of silts

- Tills.... easy breezy to test - 
- some sediment sheets can be seen on angle out of ground
- easy to scan the entire open cut face of uplift
- one would know prior to drilling what they'd encounter
- good 100m thick all open face


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