— A Thermal Mineral with unique multiple use opportunities, in the order perhaps best suited for networking a number of 'green mining' Master Limited Partnership energy investment opportunities — as:
1 — Clean Air Steel Making Flux
Moving to the top of the needed list after TV financial debates over how much America's non-productive hedge fund economy is controlled by care-less corporations.
Recent foreign university studies of the Table Mountain material replacing the environmental harmful effects of using an expensive CaO-CaF2 in the steel making process have made an excess of iron a negative in the fluxing of clear glass, to a positive. Not only can Oregon nepheline be delivered cheaper to producing steel mills in Japan and China, or hopefully Ohio. the FE303 content is a cost saving benefit to meeting a coming world wide clean air standard.
Call xxxx for a written and a university level video explanation of how this all came about, or for networking material salesman for this product use call Mike, or Kirk, ???-------- at ?xx-xxx-xxxx, direct, for special price breaks needed to somehow bring back Ohio, or the Oregon Steel free traded away to Russia. The scary "free enterprise" thought here is that Russia, and Iran, and Pakistan also have unique nepheline syenite deposits where their scientists are also working on using the unique chemical properties in steel fluxing, replacing catalytic converters, and transportable nuclear waste glass logs.
The average investor might also like to do his due diligence by Goggling "CaO-CaF2 + Nepheline," and perhaps "Nuclear Waste Containers," and wondering about all the foreign references of a unique US/Oregon material.
2 — Fracture Sand
Perhaps Oregon's unique Nepheline Syenite deposit really could be the environmental aware answer to developing the American clean water solution to carbon based energy production through the Baken oil shale field.
Click here for a written explanation of how this could happen, go to xxxxxxxx.com or call ---------- at xxx-xxx-xxxx, direct for his ideas of taking a simple investor managed LLC, or a smarter than a hedge-fund for retirement portfolios of a Master Limited Partnership [MLP] into building high-end and clean American nepheline jobs (instead of imported) directly to the controversial "frac sand" dependant fields of Montana and the Dakotas.
Or call ---------- in New Mexico at xxx-xxx-xxxx to hear about his testing on his proprietary machine.
If trying to track down a $120 price per ton price for frac sand versus my current $2.80 per ton wholesale price of in-place nepheline, please note a Unimum Corp. reference in this, and a Texas supplier of an "Ottawa District" sand, and what little cost it would take to CFR validate through an Internet search for a fracture sand patents(?), and independent testing laboratory, plus other references by searching Google for "Fracture Sand + Nepheline."
3 — Rock Wool With a 2X R-factor over American Owen Corning's Pink Fiberglass
Twice as effective as used in building energy efficient self contained building walls in Denmark, made from a patented Norwegian nepheline briquettes, now being shipped to China. How is a foreign nation able to get away with patenting a "free trade" control over an American mineral? Power politics and a lack of educating engineers able to do a simple reverse engineering on the U.S. Forest CFR certified clear listed use.
Is the answer to my "free traded" question is a question in return if Oregonian unemployed workers are so "numbed down" over trying to make one-sided mortgage payments, that we collectively really do not comprehend the way to survive a locally depressed economy is is to roll up our sleeves, and sow and reap, harvest and gather, saw and mine, our own natural resources.
In support of the idea of Oregon industry becoming self reliant, I need to talk with a wool stocking worker who has more validity and drive than foreign paper dollars to restart our "financial engine" with something other than silk stocking stockbroker Facebook style lip flapping, that seems to have prevailed over Oregon Economic Development Councils, and Oregon managed banks, to the point that
Doing your homework here is wondering if an European patent for a nepheline briquette has diminished the reputation of America's materials science community I also suggest a Google research for "nepheline syenite + briquette + Europe."
4 — "Green" Housing Materials
Closely network related to superior inner wall insulation is a need for Oregon to financially recover from closing down our wood products industry over the proven to be Ivy League junk science protecting the spotted owl. In truth, it is not an ecologically sound practice that we have to waste carbon based fuel to import "free traded" outer wall laminate siding, to build housing walls upon imported Asian steel 2x4's, when with a little bit of spunk we really could protect our own endangered species known scientifically as Oregonian Treefallerus.
These staged panted, caulk wearing, misery whip technicians, besides knowing that tree farming was a renewable resource best managed from forest fires burning Bambi alive, have a name for small thinned trees almost considered slash/trash. Excuse their professional jargon of, "pecker poles."
Property owners on the dry side of the Cascades living at Sunriver are very aware of the need for tree fallers to avoid fines for creating a forest fire nuisance. Problem is, besides neat stacks of seasoning firewood, thinned trees drying out while laying on the ground as artificial duff are becoming climate changing explosive timber. Wouldn't it be better to conserve marketable Oregon wood fiber by impregnating Ponderosa Pine pecker poles with the structural stability of a feldspar glass, as already being used in the Carolinas for Southern Pine, for an added benefit of forest fire resistance?
On the wet Pacific costal side of natural forest products the major home owners concern is mold. We have been forced by circumstances and Wall Street political pressure to give up the positive use of what used to be know as Oregon produced AAA co-ply produced smooth surfaced 'Dougie' Fir plywood in favor of imported Canadian 4 x 8 toxic chemical glued together sheets of chipped Birch trees.
On the mold fighting scene why can't somebody intelligently utilize Oregon nepheline syenite impregnation on those pesky Oregon pecker poles to reclaim old growth timber jobs?
At the moment I have no one willing to debate down hedge fund presidents by understanding that American jobs are actually something other than a campaign promise.
Suggestions you young princes of dreamers? Might I also cloud you thinking over the nepheline super"R" value cement being done university level in England? Help!
Places to read about using "glass wood" are popping up all over the Internet under the search engine keyword "green building materials + glass".
5 — "Green" Jobs
As an Oregon born creative of 74-years, I am more interested packing a Trapper Nelson backpack, or a PCT horsepacker pannier, filled with accomplishments over the great divide, than buying a multimillion dollar apartment in New York City.
It has been a privilege to have entered life following the footsteps and horseshoe tracks of a pioneering family, I really do have a neighborly desire to help neighbors. Something as the Siletz Nation gifting Lincoln County a contribution when it really wasn't required they pay property taxes.
My suggestion for "financial survival" jobs for Oregon is to form a network formed along the lines of Astoria's Co-Ply, and the Tillamook Cheese marketing association before they we sold out to big city interests, to take advantage of the natural resources in our own back yard.
As I have mentioned elsewhere, the success of the conservation of Table Mountain is to work locally in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service Code of Federal Regulations, and State of Oregon Securities Regulations.
The problem with this mountain man crazy interpretation of the Mining Law of 1872, predating the establishment of the U.S., is that that some of the already permitted "smaller business uses" of nepheline as the perfect boat hull ceramic paint, hydrophobic garden filtration systems, smart rainwater collecting solar roofs, creative glass blowing of Oregon beer and wine bottles, might not individually meet the "added value values" requirement of filing a plan of operation, without having a valid proveable end use.
In other words, stop worrying about how big of an expensive ore monster truck it would take to haul bulk material material produced by a contract quarryman who simply air track drilled, and blasted — as already being done on the mountain for crushing common variety road gravel. Instead put effort into obtaining a purchase order for a recognized specific use that could be leveraged into a networked partnership position.
It also is my mind to use this broad use category to support grants for other creative ventures in need of gifted material.
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www.OregonTravelMagazine.comwww.AlaskaTravelMagazine.com (that shows the landing strip on my silver claims).
Please understand that lately my supply side comments on various mining investing matters on www.MiningMagazines.com has lead to prankster attacks on the Internet by "confused" mining financial want-to-be capital firm advisors stealing my copyrighted graphics on www.property-prospect-showcase.com, as a fraud! Beware of those who do not publish an honest e-mail address.
PLAN IP— selling proven ore IN-PLACE direct.
Given that— the system of small business American Mining Investment has by prudent performance standards (incorporated into the frontier U.S. Mining Law of 1872) been proven a misdirected force by the quick profit of "flipping" the spread sheet values in the multi-national marketing of a lead mine. This "greed is good" futures market flippant thinking has really been shown of late to be a counterproductive use of America's natural wealth of things grown and harvested, fished, pumped, or mined.
Given that wisdom of— we truly are in an era of global catastrophic climatic change, caused in part by the lip flapping of "big oil" British Petroleum apologists of the Gulf of Mexico off-shore spill, and a Japanese invasion explanation of why radioactive debris is landing upon pristine Oregon beaches, and the fallout in Las Vegas of a red coal burning sky over a Beijing noontime blackout of the sun needed to make their push for perpetual solar energy function to save lives.
Given also that — small investors in the Western states open to mineral entry, have been loosing out to bankrupt stock promotions as Enron (that sold electricity that really did not exist to a now bankrupt, but gold rich) state of insanity California; and the commodities making wisdom of a bankrupt MF Global (of rancid pork belly fame) whose CPA's claim they really cannot account for a billion lost here, a billion there; and that Pacific Coast speculators who have a full disclosure of what really is in their own back yards are panelized by location-location-location trading disadvantage advantage of stock transfers (that if subject to a small sales or emergency excise transfer tax could solve the debt problems closing down Congress, right now!).
The really big government dumb elephant/jackass truth is that when it comes to tax paying mining jobs, developing rock solid American mineral resources for industrial feed stocks, YOU as an investor really need to avoid buying multinational stocks that have been contaminated by an unfair-trade TSX Canadian 43-101 standard of certified mining promoters complaining that Alaskan's are so incompetent that Hong Kong IPO money is forced to promote the selling of EB-5 Green Cards to Asians to fill the "expertise gap." (see my www.AlaskaMining.com for details on this)!
I also am just a little sensitive about foreign ownership of unique America resources when it comes to nepheline syenite. I have hosted two "due diligence visits" of ex-party boss chairmen of Chinese corporations of what I had already shown at my Table Mountain video. And then, yesterday I got an e-mail offer from China —not known to have as much nepheline as Pakistan, Iran, or Russia— for the bargain price of only $280 a FOB ton! I thank them for establishing a world-wide price so that I can set the value of the Table Mountain in-place nepheline syenite at 1/100 of that, or $2.80 per ton— subject to an accepted value added end use by a U.S. Forest Service CFR approved plan of operations.
As both my Oregon "green" mining interests of 750 million tons proven of a USA unique in-place nepheline that has two grand fathered in quarries, and my 800,000 proven ounces of my in-place Alaskan silver video needed for "green" solar energy, goes so well with nepheline to fight global climate change, I have decided to bundle both into affordable in-place ownership units designed to be mined by Master Limited Partnerships that by actually delivering a product, as smart roofing, that would qualify American taxpaying participating individuals for an energy write-off.
What I am doing at 75-years of age is an attempt to protect American businesses, as in the manufacturing solar panels, with a dependable source of PV silver supply, not dependant upon what silver analyst Ted Butler said yesterday in his investment advice subscriber only newsletter yesterday: "I’ve come to view the HFT-dominated pricing control on the COMEX as a form of video gaming by a select number of firms (led by JPMorgan) which possess the computer capability to wage a private financial battle against one another and other market participants where those on the outside are excluded (but affected). The price of a world commodity should not be set by private electronic gamesmanship!"
As I am a one-man band marching off, stage left to the music of a kazoo (see also my horseback historian exploration of pioneering the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail in yet another annoying Asperger's Syndrome book, with all the personality of TV's Big Bang Theory's caustic Dr. Sheldon Cooper.
The Oregon nepheline, by the way individual readers who still have some paper money to cover a solid rock purchase, is just on the edge of discovery by the investing public. Think of it as I am writing up just now for my OregonMining.net, as equal to a rare plant in an Amazon rain forest that would "cure cancer." As mankind also has a need to tidy up global "dirty air and water," I personally think it would be a mistake to waste the advantage of a PV solar silver reserves being controlled by a very small percentage of any chairman of the boards —Communist, or Capitalist.
My innovative individual financial engine P/L viewpoint is to actually produce MLP manufacturing materials to build a "R" value fire resistant roof, with a built-in clean rainwater collection advantage, that has safely imbedded PV solar silver panels that don't wear out —so they can be included in a homeowners long-term mortgage.
Unfortunately www.MiningInvestment.com whistle blowing editorials focused on multinational manipulation of American mining small businesses (see our www.WesternMiner.com online database) have been under cyber attack out of ?????, I am no longer taking phone calls at international exit code (1-xxx) 503-753-5868, from vulture venture capitalists in Canada, a LIBOR/LME London, or the new IPO powerhouses out of Hong Kong.
And if you don't get through on my apparently spoofed e-Mail, thanks to my supply-side First Amendment protected views on wwwMiningMagazines.com. I personally resent being called a fraud on a web site out of New Zealand, when I do not own a gold property, and haven't been a gold freak competitor since the 1980's, as explained at www.GoldMining.net/Idaho-gold-rareearths. My answer to SEC financial control freaks is you really need to check out my program at my www.SilverMiningClaims.com. Or, also as an individual buy a ton or two of a rare earth nepheline through one of the Master Limited Partnerships as listed on the investment opportunities on the left side of this web page.
Barry Murray (an individual, "last frontier character" claim holder, and the historic novel author of Code: Yellow Chrysanthemum available through Amazon.com, and other booksellers) otherwise known as "me", is reachable at 503-753-5868, and through the e-mail address of: editor@MiningMagazines.com, or email@example.com. Isn't it interesting, as the freedom of the Internet where you are reading this surviving web page, that if using any of the e-mail addresses above, and you do not get a delivery conformation in return, then you can still call an old-fashioned cell phone direct at 503-753-5868.