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Ucore Rare Metals Inc V.UCU

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  UURAF

Ucore Rare Metals, Inc., is a Canadian company engaged in the exploration for rare earth elements. Its project properties includes; Bokan Mountain, Ray Mountains, Greater Newfoundland, Sandybeach Lake, and Lost Pond.
Price: $0.31 | Change: $-0.03 | %Change: -8.82%
Volume: 71,472 | Day High/Low: 0.325/0.31 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.46/0.195
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RE:RE:RE:Radio, you are true LieLie

I have to go, I make this quick, by weathering, I mean, cement will degrade over time naturally, and fall apart, even under ground.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Permitting

This fear mongering about uranium Binks is really dishonest. It's not very much. it's not very radioactive and I'm sure that tailings in cement hardened inside of granite will be staying there for a...read more
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RE:RE:Radio, you are true LieLie

Lid, what weathering?  It is underground, there is no weathering.  rate and reply
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RE:Radio, you are true LieLie

Cheers. http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/v.rrs/rogue-resources-inc?postid=23574270  rate and reply
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RE:Radio, you are true LieLie

Radio, I know your ability to think is kind of low, I still try to ask you a question, what will happen after cement which encages Uranium weather and fall apart in a century or so time frame, who...read more
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Radio, you are true LieLie

as far as I can remember, no single event described by is true. also, I remind you, you have a wooden head.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Permitting

Radio, be real, granite weathers really slow, it takes millions of years to do so, Uranium locked in the big rock will leach out in extreme small mount over the very long period. on the other hand...read more
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Lie Lie: Concentration of U extracted from PLS?

Did you find it on SEDAR? Good boy! Do you think they should dilute it and put it back underground or not? I can't remember what you said the last 15 times you posted it.  rate and reply
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RE:Permitting

You are correct Longe. Th, U and Fe are pulled out of the PLS, diluted and put back underground where they came from. This eliminates permitting issues pertaining to storage and transport. They follow...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Permitting

I am right, there is one under the Great Lakes, where our fellow Canadians really don't like, I know it long ago. backfill to ground sounds good for Ucore, but is not good for rest of the world, 0.172...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Permitting

Lid Nuclear waste is send to Nevada, not the great lakes.  Get it right.  Where waste is send depend on how hot the waste is.  The stuff at Bokan is barely a blip on the meter.  So going back in the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Permitting

Permitting itself is already complicated, adding Uranium in the equation makes that even more complicated. No matter Uranium is as a product or waste. Uranium is not our daily house hold waste...read more
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Rare Earths Problem Could Have A Nuclear Solution

Rare Earths Problem Could Have A Nuclear Solution   By Llewellyn King16 hours ago       The 17 rare earth elements have energy supply by the throat. They...read more
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RE:RE:Permitting

Dear Derm Had not thought of permiting.  Yes, it would be better to bury it back in the ground.  But it is possible to remove it with MRT and it could be done as a add on later.  If the price would...read more
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RE:Permitting

Putting the U back in the hole is the most sensible plan for now.  rate and reply
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Permitting

Trying to process, store and transport U will increase costs and time for additional permits.   They want to immediately bury it for good reasons.   Many USA reactors are being phased out with no...read more
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RE:RE:Please Help, Lid Lid find his lost Uranium

Lid, That is what ucore has been saying about MRT since they cut the deal for the rights.  That MRT made it possible to make a profit from small amounts in tailing and recycling.  So it would be...read more
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Poor LieLie Lost again!

You can make up some more foolishness tomorrow to entertain the investors. Ucore investors that own appreciating assets.  rate and reply
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RE:Please Help, Lid Lid find his lost Uranium

Dragon, last minute answer, money I the issue, Ucore's uranium content is not high enough to be processed as product to make money, and not low enough to be ignored.  rate and reply
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Please Help, Lid Lid find his lost Uranium

Hey, Lid One Question: Price of Uranium is going up as natural gas prices go up.  It would cost very little to use MRT to remove U.  Why put it in the backfill if you can make money off it?  By the...read more