You should be aware that the high grade uranium boulders are basement hosted boulders only. There are no Athabasca sandstone boulders with uranium at PLS. This is significant, because when you go in the up-ice direction (northeast) from the Alpha-Fission property the Athabasca Basin is present. In fact, the Purepoint property is underlain by Athabasca sandstone, so the high grade uranium basement hosted boulders do not come from the Purepoint property. You need to fully understand the glacial history, quaternary and bedrock geology before you make assumptions that the boulders may come from other areas. The window of opportunity lies for the most part under Patterson Lake itself.
However, there is still potential for bedrock uranium mineralization anywhere along the Patterson Lake conductor corridor that runs through the Alpha-Fission, Nexgen, and Purepoint properties regardless if there is Athabasca sandstone on top or not. The more Uranium found the better as then it turns into a Uranium camp, which draws even more interest from investors and more importantly - the major mining companies!
Also, Purepoint only holds a 21% interest in their Hook Lake property with Cameco and Areva. And how many shares out does Purepoint have? Is it 97 million shares undiluted and 123 million shares fully diluted? Yep!