The MRC technology has its technical basis in NMR technology that was developed in the mid 1980’s which led to the development of the MRI. We use these same principles to investigate subsurface features that may contain hidden mineral deposits. As the scarcity of mineral resources is becoming greater and greater with the easy to find surface deposits already discovered, new technology must be applied.
We have taken a basic physics and mathematical approach to solving this geology problem. The technology is designed to locate mineralized bodies and mineralized structures that can’t be detected by other more conventional methods. However, we can use the conventional methods as a confirmation of what we have. This is what we have done on a very small area on these claims. (2 square km out of a total of 18 sq km) This area had no known mineralized area even though it is in the middle of a very heavy travelled area. New Brunswick (NB) provincial highway 111 cuts through the middle of our claims. Further information on the technology is available under the NMR or MRC search topics on Google.
The objectives of this study was to accomplish two things; namely, to find mineralization if it was
present and secondly to prove the technology starting in 2012.
1. Examined and confirmed the extent and location of mineralized structural trends in our study area.
2. Found specific mineral occurrences of native copper which is what we searched for in our
study. (See picture of native copper in drill core below.)
3. With this work proved that MRC is a viable technology that should be used for mineral exploration.
4. The technology is mineral specific. If you want to find chalcopyrite, you search for chalcopyrite not a general response such as gravity, magnetics or IP responses. We can use these technologies to confirm what we already know.
5. Located a linear trend of malachite via MRC that was confirmed by surface trenching. In hindsight, since we only did native copper and malachite over a small area, we need to expand the study to include chalcopyrite, chalcocite, bornite, cuprite, azurite, chrysocolla, and maybe pyrite over a larger area. We found native copper and malachite where the MRC scan said it was present. We have now incorporated the third dimension of depth into our technology.
In hindsight, since we only did native copper and malachite over a small area, we need to expand the
study to include chalcopyrite, chalcocite, bornite, cuprite, azurite, chrysocolla, and maybe pyrite over a
larger area. We found native copper and malachite where the MRC scan said it was present. We do not
have a third dimension of depth incorporated into the technology but it is a project that is being