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Alasdair Macleod: The root cause of monetary confusion
By Alasdair Macleod
GoldMoney.com, St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Arguments about sound and unsound money often degenerate into a them-and-us dispute, with the supporters of unsound money casting sound money proponents as impractical out-of-date libertarian weirdos.
Supporting one side or the other as if they were opposing football teams does not represent constructive debate, which must be approached with an open mind.
This has now become crucial, because conventional and even unconventional monetary policies have demonstrably failed in their objectives, so it is time to look at the problem from another angle. This article does this by drawing on the implications of Gibson's Paradox, its recent resolution, and its apparent absence in the post-Volcker years. ...
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Sandspring Resources Commences 2016 Exploration Campaign
August 17, 2016
Sandspring Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SSP, US OTC: SSPXF) is pleased to announce commencement of the 2016 exploration campaign at its Toroparu Gold Project in Guyana, South America.
In 2015 the company completed a 3,700-meter diamond drilling program on the promising Sona Hill Prospect, located 5 kilometers southeast of the main Toroparu deposit. Sona Hill is the easternmost gold anomaly in a cluster of 10 gold features located within a 20-by-7-kilometer hydrothermal alteration halo around Toroparu. Drilling at Sona Hill in 2012 and in 2015 intercepted high-grade mineralization in both saprolite and bedrock, and confirmed the continuity and grade potential of the Sona Hill mineralization.
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