Playing with words here doesn't diminish  how huge this find is. A common theme on SH seems to be that its easier to discredit than compete especially if those discrediting are invested with a competitor.

The term vein type doesn't refer to being similar to... as another poster suggested google it for yourself  and see that it is common terminolgy  ... here's only a few examples

"The unique vein-type graphite deposits of Ceylon occur in high-grade metamorphic terrain of Early Precambrian metasedimentary series. At the Bogala graphite mine, the rocks are of the granulite and almandine amphibolite metamorphic facies."

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