Posted once in May. I am a Geologist and a shareholder. I only posted to give a little mining insight. This company is much more promising than in May. The upgrading processes that they are tweaking are all relatively inexpensive. People have been talking costs. These types of processes are basic and simple. The expensive upgrade is a hydrothermal treatment. This graphite will not need that. By the way one thing no one has said, an end user say a battery maker faced with choosing 99.2% synthetic graphite or 99.2% natural graphite would choose natural graphite every time! There is a technical paper that has been presented on this very subject this week ( in London) by the worlds foremost technical expert on graphite. Cheaper than synthetic to produce, absolutely more desirable than synthetic for most end uses ( if the grades are equal ) Lastly a very large pittable deposit.