So perhaps America isn’t bankrupt after all?
For decades, the standard practice used for prospecting hard gold deposits have been limited to identifying surface level geophysical anomalies by sight, locating mineral veins and then performing rock sampling to identify areas that may have viable deposits. Once identified, most companies began open pit mining operations to confirm their exploration results. The process is time consuming, costly, and more often than not, it fails to yield positive results. As a result, many companies that may have thought they were sitting on a gold mine turn out to be sitting on nothing more than a pile of sand.
But an innovative technology from well known geologist Wade Hodges may soon change that and could lead to massive gold discoveries at a fraction of today’s costs. As the CEO of Nevada Exploration. Hodges has been featured on the History Channel and already has 30 million ounces of gold discoveries under his belt. If he has…
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