An Update from Bryan Slusarchuk of K92 Mining

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Back on Friday, I jumped at the opportunity to visit again with Bryan Slusarchuk, the president of K92 Mining. You may recall that when we last spoke with Bryan back in June, K92 was getting ready to bring their primary mine into production. With production now underway, I think you'll really enjoy this update.

What an exciting time for Bryan and his company. It was great to visit with him again and, not only did he answer my questions, he was also glad to address some of the questions raised in the comments section of the original interview. Among the topics covered in this podcast:

  • An update on K92's successes and a reminder of the outstanding team he has put together in order to move the company forward.
  • K92 bought their primary asset from Barrick. Why did Barrick shutter the project in 2008 and what makes K92 the right company to finally bring it into production?
  • What about the company's Measured and Indicated resources and how does the latest economic assessment factor into this calculation?
  • How might potential future share dilution impact current shareholders?
  • With production now underway, what are the expected mining volumes and all-in sustaining costs?

Bryan is also "one of us" so I think you'll also enjoy the conclusion of the call where he addresses the current global financial situation and the impact on the Bank-manipulated, paper derivative "gold price" going forward.

Thanks again to Bryan for his time and his eagerness to address some of the follow-up questions from our initial visit last summer. After listening to this call, be sure to do your own due diligence and then consider whether or not K92 deserves a spot within your diversified portfolio of mining shares.

TF


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proformatrillionaire's picture

1st

1st

ChaCha Mars's picture

2st!

Another wonderful interview, Craig!  Thank you!

Given where we feel we are -- at the end of the great Keynesian experiment -- even though in the past we invested in anything and everything, these days we're staying away from all paper including paper shares of even the most incredibly worthy miners.   Given where globalism has taken us, we're also investing close-close-close to home where we can see a direct return to our immediate community.

Blessings, everybody!

 

[Edit:  Just listened to new Greg Hunter interview with Rob Kirby who says in the coming meltdown "all paper will burn."]

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3rd

Ok I take 3rd. Good morning Turdville.   Jweb

forever20's picture

Firth of forth

Wow

Marchas45's picture

Well Seeing

I'm online I'll take a spot. Keep Stacking

Firth of forth nice wee stream.laugh

J Siefert's picture

One of the most important reasons...

...for holding gold and silver ... privacy and freedom.
(Please also note this requires that when you purchase gold & silver you do so in a manner that is entirely private from the government.) wink

AngryCitizen's picture

Lucky Seven On Sunday!

Wow!

BTW, it's pretty depressing to think it's gonna come down to voter fraud and there will be very few who complain loud enough to draw the attention of the mollified masses to it. Most likely, those that do complain loudly will quickly become a name on the Clinton body count list.

Cherry thoughts this morning...

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POG chart VS. Polls

Turd,

I wonder if you lay a chart of POG vs  when Bernie Sanders and Trump peaked in terms of the probability of them being elected (or highest poll #'s) peaked the results may be interesting.

Bernie Sanders was officially out of the race in mid-July.

Marchas45's picture

War On The Way ????

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Gotta Love This Woman

First 7 minutes

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Nick Hodge interview with K92 CEO Ian Stalker

Apologies in advance for the lengthy post (I received from Nick last July via email, no URL), but it is on topic and serves well to augment Craig's interview with Bryan, as well as providing some good exposure for Nick Hodge:

A Gold Triple
By Nick Hodge
Written Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Publisher's Note: Below is a recent interview I conducted with Ian Stalker, CEO of K92 Mining (TSX-V: KNT)(OTC: KNTNF). I first recommended K92 to members of Nick's Notebook when it was still a private company. We got shares at C$0.35 with warrants to buy more at C$0.50. K92 Mining now trades at C$1.50. We're up some 320% on our first position. (Click here to see how to get access to deals like that.) But there is much more to come from K92, as you see in the interview below. Not only is it about to restart a low-cost mine just at a time when gold prices are rising, but there is also significant potential for processing increases and exploration upside. Below, CEO Ian Stalker outlines a case for another tripling of the company's market cap from here. Enjoy.

--Nick

Nick Hodge: Hi, this is Nick Hodge, the founder of Outsider Club and the managing director of Early Advantage and Nick's Notebook. One of the gold companies I've been recommending lately is K92 Mining (TSX-V: KNT)(OTC: KNTNF), so today on the phone we have Ian Stalker, who is an international mining executive with 40 years of experience in mine development and operations. He was the CEO of Ura-Min, which was listed in London and Toronto until being bought out in 2007 at $2.5 billion dollars. He was also vice president of Gold Fields, which is the world's fourth largest gold producer. He brings a lot of experience to the management team of K92.

K92 is what we're talking about today. It's a gold mining project in Papua New Guinea. This company, K92, is a company that members of Nick's Notebook funded at C$0.35 cents and then again at C$1.00, and it's also become a recommendation of Early Advantage. This was a project formerly operated by Barrick. Barrick bought the project for US$145 million dollars, and then spent US$141 million dollars developing the mine. K92 was able to buy it for $2 million dollars plus payments of $60 million depending on certain reserve and production milestones.

Mr. Ian Stalker, it's a pleasure to have you on the phone today. I was hoping you could give us a brief update on how the project is going and how the progress is going towards restarting operations there.

Ian Stalker: Delighted to do so.

Nick Hodge: Let's start right there. K92 was formed solely to acquire the Kainantu asset in Papua New Guinea and bring it back into production. Barrick spent a lot of money there building a mine and some underground operations, so you guys had a running head start to begin with. How's the restart going?

Ian Stalker: Nick, it's going very well. On the ground, we have achieved all the milestones that we set and the agreement between ourselves and the largest investor who funded us through to production, which Cartesian out of New York. We set some pretty tough milestones in terms of getting the plans re-ready, but I'm delighted to say that as of today we have load tested the entire circuit of the process plant successfully. We're in a position there now to start receiving ore from underground. That will start arriving this month of July, building up obviously in quantity as we push through August, September, and October, and we hope by the end of the year we should be in a nice steady state of operations from the Irumafimpa mine.

The first concentrate, which is what we sell as our finished product from the mine, it's a gold concentrate from a flotation circuit containing a little bit of credit for copper and for silver, we think will be dispatched end of August, beginning of September. So looking good on the ground.

Nick Hodge: That was my next question. When do you expect the first gold production? We're talking really in the next two to three months you expect the first sales of concentrate.

Ian Stalker: Very much so, Nick. Obviously our attention now is on pushing hard on the underground setup. What we inherited, as you're well aware, was a mine that was already pre-developed by Barrick, and a significant upside associated with it because of the work that Barrick themselves had done and never got the chance to bring into total fruition for their efforts. We're pushing hard now because what we've found, Nick, is there's quite a bit of upside in the plant capacity. For example, on the crusher sanction, we were surprised to find that once we'd put in our modifications, we were able to get roughly a hundred tonnes an hour through that part of the plant, whereas previously we were expecting something around thirty, thirty-five tonnes an hour. Because we now know we've got that extra capacity that pushes on for underground, not only to deliver on schedule but to let's see what else we can get out of it in terms of upside on production quantities.

Nick Hodge: What else can you tell us about the project? Can you discuss the economics of the project a little bit? Maybe a little bit about your cost per ounce and what the net asset value or the IRR of the project is?

Ian Stalker: Let me start, Nick, by just confirming for you and for your associates that one of the advantages we've had on this project is the knowledge that existed from its previous operations. That was a great starting point. Most mines, when they start, start from a definitive feasibility study, which at the end of the day is still just a desktop study based on a limited number of sampling. We've had the opportunity of seeing this mine in operation for a period of time, albeit a relatively short period, and we've learned a lot from that. You could not get a bigger sample. As a result, information such as cost, production, dilution, performance statistics, we're managed to relate to what has happened previously. We've not tried to reinvent the wheel. We've not tried to over-promise on quantities and statistics such as costs. We've kept it very, very conservative in the way we've gone forward.

As a result, when we talk about cost, Nick, we've got an opportunity from Irumafimpa delivering one ounce of gold to the market place at approximately $600 per ounce, all in sustaining capital. The Irumafimpa mine, the restart mine, which is the one that's developed, gives us a minimum of two and half years production, but an opportunity if we choose to take it to go for a longer period up to five years. The reason I take a little hesitation on saying if we choose to take it, is because as part of our operational startup, we are driving the main access which takes us into the existing mine across to the next ore body, which is known as Kora. The big advantage for us in Kora is that the ore body is significantly bigger in terms of width of the various veins and reefs, which means the productivity when we get to Kora can be significantly enhanced, and our cost can even come down from this pretty impressive $600 an ounce.

We expect, for example, to be in Kora, in terms of access in the lower regions, by the end of 2017, beginning of 2018. The way this year has gone so far, we're now in the middle of July, the seventh month, that's not a long time to think about. If we get to Kora in that time, what we're beginning to examine now as an option for us is the opportunity of bringing the lower part of Kora in and by utilizing that, moving our production numbers from about a 60,000 ounce average performance up to a 100,000, to maybe 120,000 ounces per year. Significant change in really a short term. I think it's one of the opportunities that our little company, K92 Mining (TSX-V: KNT)(OTC: KNTNF), offers to not only or sales as the management running it, but to the investors coming in as well, Nick.

Nick Hodge: Is that an either/or proposition? It's by the end of 2017 you decide whether to stay in Irumafimpa or to go to Kora? Or can both be done?

Ian Stalker: Both can actually be done because as I was saying in my earlier remarks here, we've had the benefit of now seeing that the plant, the process plant, is reasonably flexible in further production capacities. There's not a lot to be done to enhance that process plant capacity. Very limited. Possibly two, maybe three million dollars. Not a lot, that's for sure, and quickly. The space and the power, etc, all the infrastructure, is there to do it. When we get into the Kora situation, yes, you're quite right, it's an either pushing hard in Kora, but quite likely the option of keeping Irumafimpa, going for a little bit longer and supplementing it with Kora until the full development is in Kora, which is a year or so later.

Nick Hodge: At which point we're talking about, as you say, some 120,000 ounces a year potentially?

Ian Stalker: When we fully get into Kora, in fact, Nick, the opportunity for us, because of the width of these ore bodies as I mentioned, is that Kora alone, based from the studies that we've done, and that will be ... There is a major study now being progressed with our mining consultants, but on Kora alone, the evidence we've seen today, it suggests once we're there, potentially, Kora, on its own, fully developed, could be delivering up to 200,000 ounces per year.

Nick Hodge: Wow. That actually leads into my next question perfectly. Kora, as I understand it, is still open at depth. There's been a few holes plunked down there that gave you guys some good results, some good historical results that you have data on, but how excited are you about the exploration upside for Kora?

Ian Stalker: We think it's, you know, if anything in this world is a given, we think the opportunity of expanding the Kora resource is, in fact, a given. I say that with inverted commas as you can imagine because nothing is ever for nothing. We have to do the work. As I mentioned, as we progress through from that underground drive, taking us from the Irumafimpa mine over to Kora, we will be moving forward with infill drilling in the next twelve months to allow us to fill in the gap between Kora and Irumafimpa at the existing level, start to look at that, as you mentioned, at the deeper opportunity, because there are a few holes in there that suggested that that ore body can extend down to at least a kilometer for surface. Then even the extension further along toward the west, so really Kora I think, although we've got the best part of two million ounces in resource at the moment, really has a significant opportunity, and one that certainly geologists such as Doug Kirwin, who's a renowned geologist from experience and performance in the mining industry, are telling us that we should quite likely get somewhere in the region of 6 and maybe possibly 8 million ounces from that environment known as Kora.

Hey, it's hell of exciting. As I say, we've got the production statistics to match it. When we get up to those production levels, I would expect, and I don't think it's unreasonable to say that the cost per ounce will come down.

Nick Hodge: Yeah, I mean, so you're talking about the tripling or quadrupling of the resource, plus a reduction in costs?

Ian Stalker: Correct. I think it's also interesting to note that going forward, the Kora ore body is not quite predominantly gold, as we've seen at Irumafimpa. Irumafimpa is a gold deposit with a little bit of copper stroke silver in the background. When we hit Kora, the copper goes up to two percent in-site as a grade, the silver goes up to plus 30 grams per ton (g/t), so it means that the concentrate we make will be a mixture of gold, silver, and copper. The way the market is looking, gold is pretty hot and spicy anyway but copper is not a bad secondary product to have either. I think we've actually got ourselves in a nice position from the range of metals coming out there, both two precious metals and copper means that I think we're pretty well set for a pretty spectacular performance here from ourselves.

Nick Hodge: I agree. You want to help us maybe understand how you see the value proposition of K92? Right now you have something like 75 million shares out, they're trading right at about C$1.00, that gives you guys a market cap of just around C$75 million. We know that Barrick spent about US$300 million just buying the project and putting in the base camp and the underground work and some of the infrastructure. That's several times what K92 is trading for on its own, just for Irumafimpa. When you add in Kora, when you add the copper credits, the silver credits, what do see as value in your mind for K92?

Ian Stalker: Quite frankly, as you know, I accept that I have bias written all over it because I am the CEO of the company, but I believe K92 is very comfortable a C$300 million market cap company. Not only have we got this projection moving as into Kora, giving us, in the short term, giving us a 100,000, maybe a 120,000 ounces. In total, we've got, even now, two million ounces of compliant resources. We've got historical resources from the previous Barrick operation in veins that are associated with the structures that we see in Irumafimpa, and will come into compliant figures within the next 18 months.

Even without Kora we've got the opportunity of moving our total resource package up to three and a half, maybe 3.8 million ounces. You start looking at that number, the performance statistics, the cost per ounce with some of those comparables out there, Nick, and you can see when I say C$300 market cap, it's not an unreasonable comparison. We are in Papua New Guinea, and I think you can either pick the box or cross a box Papua New Guinea... Some people like and some people don't. It's the nature of the business we're in. When I compare it from my history of working in Africa, particularly West Africa, and I look at some of the comparables there, we own 100% of the mine. There is no government free carry. We have a royalty of 2.5% that's been fixed for some considerable time. We are in a country where you can see the infrastructure is improving dramatically. Airports have been rebuilt and rehabilitated. The roads, particularly the one from Lae, the second largest city in the country, to our mine site is being relaid as we speak and is in great condition by comparison to what I've seen elsewhere in, say, West Africa. Things such as the world ladies under 21 soccer tournament was held in Papua New Guinea. It's not a country that you should be fearsome of. You should be aware of and be appropriately managed to ensure that you understand the cultural issues, etc, exist there. Taking all those accounts, taking the quality of the project from a technical aspect, taking the management that's in place to unlock the value, looking at the country, and looking at those and comparing them with some of those other market caps out there, I think the number that I've quoted in this interview, Nick, is a reasonable target for us, short term.

Nick Hodge: I agree with you as well. It's one of the reasons I jumped on the opportunity so early and continue to be a supporter. The point about the jurisdiction is an important one. Some people turn their noses up immediately at locales like that, but as you say, Papua New Guinea has been safe. They just had a soccer tournament there as you mentioned. As far as I understand it, you all have had no problems since you've been redeveloping the project so far, right?

Ian Stalker: Yep. Look, I have to say we've had great support from the mining industry and the mining regulatory of bodies. In fact, the mining regulator authority, MRA, are one of the most efficient and proficient that I've worked with throughout my forty year career.

Nick Hodge: Very good. Last question is you guys are currently conducting a C$5 million raise. What will your coffers look like after raising this C$5 million and how do you plan to spend that and how long do you think it will last you?

Ian Stalker: Well, at the end of this C$5 million raise, we should be sitting quite comfortably with about C$8 million in the account, which is nice because remember, the funding that we had done up front was sufficient to take us into production and then see the cash flow thereafter. That little war chest will give us the opportunity of looking in detail at some of those upside criteria that I've mentioned in this interview, Nick. Really looking at how we unlock Kora and can we get there faster, and what do we have to do in order to get the plant, process plant, and the mining to a rate that's appropriate. It'll be well used, I can assure you of that.

Nick Hodge: Perfect. Mr. Ian Stalker, CEO of K92 Mining, it was a pleasure speaking to you today. Thanks for taking a couple minutes out of your day to tell the readers a little bit more about K92 Mining (TSX-V: KNT)(OTC: KNTNF) and the operations at the mine there.

Ian Stalker: You're more than welcome. Thanks very much, Nick.

Nick Hodge: Thanks.

To get in deals like K92 early, click here.

Call it like you see it,

Nick Hodge

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Nick is the Founder and President of the Outsider Club, and the Investment Director of the thousands-strong stock advisory, Early Advantage. Co-author of two best-selling investment books, including Energy Investing for Dummies, his insights have been shared on news programs and in magazines and newspapers around the world. For more on Nick, take a look at his editor's page.

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Disclosure, I'm long K92, and added to my position last week.

heathbr's picture

What is the one yen coin made of?

The 1 yen coin is made out of 100% aluminum and can float on water if placed correctly. 

hahahahaha ooo man

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Marchas45's picture

Whoa!!!

Another Good One. God I've changed my mind about the English!!! What am I saying,,, I'm married to one.

snarf55's picture

Hey!! Got some

K92 that is. It was just a starter position. Waited for some of the froth to come off the stock, but in light of recent developments, will add a second tranch to the position. These guys are doing quite the job of promotion here and elsewhere. Now if they can deliver some half decent mine start up numbers (this can be tricky and difficult) then this stock is off to the races. Remember that pre commercial production usually goes straight to the bottom line. (not taxed) So it is important.

Turd, if you can remember the next time you talk with Brian, to ask him, to whom are they going to sell their gold to.

Wizdum's picture

1 chinese yuan coin..

is magnetic

Markedtofuture's picture

Bill Clinton's Former Girlfriend Dolly Kyle Breaks Her Silence

O/T Clinton's childhood constitutional lawyer friend tells her story to Alex Jones.

Hillary the Other Woman Hardcover – June 7, 2016

You think you know Hillary and Bill Clinton pretty well. After all, they have been in the public eye from Arkansas to the White House and beyond for over forty years.

Dolly Kyle met former president Clinton (Billy as she calls him) on a Hot Springs golf course when she was eleven and he was almost thirteen. It was colpo de fulmine (the thunderbolt) at first sight. Their friendship grew throughout high school and college. It became a decades-long affair that lasted despite marriages and politics all the way to the threshold of the White House when she became a political liability, and he threatened to destroy her, as Hillary had done to so many of his other women over the years. What you know about the Clintons is probably limited to the pleasantries that the mainstream media have chosen to share with you. Hillary the Other Woman pulls no punches in describing the way media magic makes Clinton stories disappear. https://www.amazon.com/Hillary-Other-Woman-Dolly-Kyle/dp/1944229450

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Russia Advising its citizens How to Prepare for Nuclear War

Russia Advising its citizens How to Prepare for Nuclear War Warning US Intends to Attack

Posted Oct 16, 2016 by Martin Armstrong

russia-wars-of-nuclear-war

Just as Obama keeps ratcheting up the allegations that Russia will hack the elections to ensure Trump wins, in Russia they are warning their citizens that war is coming and it maybe nuclear. They are warning that NATO is retrofitting tactical aircraft for the use of nuclear weapons, “which is sign of preparation for war with Russia”.  A whole website has gone up in Russia dedicated to the World War III and one offering advice and how to prepare.

ABC News is reporting that Russian Television Warns of Nuclear War Amid US Tensions. US mainstream press is not questioning what is going on when we have a President who got the Noble Peace Prize. They are not looking at Obama floating all sorts of stories that a Trump victory will be proof of a Russian cyber attack. The Washington Post pitches the story that Russia wants war. Meanwhile The Daily Mail reports that the Kremlin calls Joe Biden’s threat to ‘cyber strike’ Russia ‘unprecedented’ and pledges to protect itself from the “aggressive, unpredictable United States”. CNNhas reported that Russia and the US have moved past a Cold War to unpredictable confrontation.

cuban-missile-crisis

War-Cycle-2014Personally, I was just a kid in 1962. But I remember walking with my friends discussing the Cuban Missile Crisis which last for a 13-day period (October 16–28, 1962). That was the closest we had come to World War III until today. Confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union concerning Soviet ballistic missile deployment in Cuba even mad kids pay attention. Along with being televised worldwide, it was the closest the Cold War came to escalating into a full-scale nuclear war. A 8,6 year plot from that event completed the 51.6 year wave terrifyingly on schedule – 2014.

That is when the new Cold War began with sanctions imposed on Russia. It has not worked and only escalated the entire confrontation. Sorry to say, this is on time.

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/russia/russia-advising-its-citizens-how-to-prepare-for-nuclear-war-warning-us-intends-to-attack/

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Vlad

If war does break out, I hope Vlad remembers my very reasonable request....

Hit D.C. with an enhanced neutron weapon if he must....and make damn sure Trey Gowdy and Rann Paul are 'out of town' and that Hildabeast and Bad Billy the rapist are in town when it pops.

If not, he'll find out what a photo bolt can do to Moscow. (They can turn asphalt, white....once the fire goes out. Try to imagine an anti-matter annihilation that releases all of the energy in the visible and ultraviolet bands. SPF ten million would buy you about 70 nano seconds.)  

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The following is called 'Christmas Lights' and is from my forum page in case you missed it....

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Tolemac...Thanks...

Tolemac,

Thanks for posting. You were right. It is long. But this is the most important piece I've read in a long time. Lied too, hoodwinked, and had...again !

TREASON: Who Did 9/11 And Why Did They Do It? | The Millennium Report

So much detail it should blow everybody's head right off there shoulders.

Newager23's picture

K92 Mining

I have K92 Mining a Top Pick in the GSD database (www.goldstockdata.com). It looks really solid. I bought it at 80 cents and expect a 10+ bagger in the long term. They have an excellent team, which the podcast revealed. This is not a team that is going to be content with their first project. They plan to expand production to 150,000 oz in 2018, and then you can expect more production growth at some point after that.

They have a good balance sheet and low cash costs. That creates an excellent risk profile. The one thing that could add risk is their resource total, which isn't large enough at the moment to be a robust mid-tier producer. However, the exploration potential around Kora looks pretty solid.

The location of Papua New Guinea has a good reputation for mining. I don't think that is an issue. Their stock price isn't super cheap, but at higher gold prices, I'm expecting a 5 bagger at 150,000 oz of production. And if they can grow production, which is my expectation, they could do even better. One of the things I like about this stock is that they are in production with low cash costs with a good balance sheet. This makes them leveraged to the gold price and a potential mid-tier producer. I have found these are often the best types of gold/silver stocks to own. If they can build (or acquire) a few more mines, this could be come a big mid-tier producer in the long term. 

I like to chase cash flow, so this is the type of stock I look for. Mining stocks are never slam dunks and always have a myriad of unknown risks. But these types of stocks (emerging or growing mid-tier producers) usually have the best risk/reward profiles. The key is getting them early, usually before they reach a fully diluted market cap of $150 million.

JQuest's picture

Decline of Empire: Parallels Between the U.S. and Rome, Part I

This is the 1st of a five part series by Doug Casey at the end of each part there is a link to the next one....

http://www.internationalman.com/articles/decline-of-empire-parallels-between-the-us-and-rome-part-i

Note: When I get long text articles like this I just copy and paste them into my TextAloud software from NextUp.com and let it read it to me, call me lazy. wink

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Irwin Schiff Remembered

Safety Dan's picture

Re: USG Needs ? 

Re: USG Needs ? 

2 days 8 hours ago

Military Bases, Terrorist and more gold?

Looks like they didn't get what they wanted. So here we go again this week. 

Typhoon Haima is set to enter the PAR this Monday afternoon, October 17, and will be given the local codename "Lawin" upon entry.

According to PAGASA, as of 10 a.m., Haima/Lawin is located 1,265 km east of Visayas with maximum sustained winds of 150 kph and gusts of up to 186 kph. It is currently moving west-northwest at 22 kph.

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Both the US Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) and the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) see Haima/Lawin continuing to gain in strength over the coming days as it approaches the Philippines.

"(Haima) is expected to reach a peak of super typhoon intensity in the next 1 to 2 days," the JTWC said in its 11 a.m. Monday update.

The JTWC sees Haima reaching maximum strength of 145 knots (over 260 kph) by Wednesday morning, making it a Yolanda-level Category 5 cyclone.

In its 9 a.m. Monday update, the JMA similarly forecast Haima becoming a "violent" typhoon by Wednesday morning, with a forecast strength of 198 kph.

Both agencies warn that Haima may make landfall in northern Luzon by Wednesday evening. — GMA News

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/585283/scitech/weather/potential-supertyphoon-headed-for-northern-luzon

Oh, Btw, power was out for over 48 hours with Typhoon Karen.. Let's see how long we are without power again this week with Typhoon Lawin.. 

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Unstoppable March into Madness ? . . . Nope

So the U.S. presidential election is in a few weeks. Many have said this may be Americans last chance to get off a road leading to national destruction. But, what if the crooks use their voting machines, illegal voters, and dead 'voters' to steal the election ? (Some think this is most likely.)  Then what ?  

IMO Mr. Trump would be a far better choice for America now. But, he is only one man. The real power has always been in our hands, - the American people. For far too long, people have looked for some kind of 'savior' to rescue us. We'd been looking in the wrong places. 

This author understood the key to stopping this kind of tyranny 500 years ago. Pitchforks and rope nooses aren't even necessary -

https://mises.org/library/politics-obedience-discourse-voluntary-servitude

Please pass the link above to as many others as you can.

Marchas45's picture

@Joseph Warren

You just answered your own question. The people are behind Trump he's not just one person. Lol

Keep Stacking

Safety Dan's picture

TED Talks

In politics, representation matters — and that's why we should elect leaders who reflect their country's diversity and embrace its multicultural tapestry, says Sayu Bhojwani. Through her own story of becoming an American citizen, the immigration scholar reveals how her love and dedication to her country turned into a driving force for political change. "We have fought to be here," she says, calling immigrant voices to action. "It's our country, too."

Sayu Bhojwani

Immigration scholar

http://www.ted.com/talks/sayu_bhojwani_how_immigrant_voices_make_democracy_stronger?utm_campaign=social&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=t.co&utm_content=talk&utm_term=global-social%20issues

BillD's picture

Seat backs and trays in upright position

Coming in for a hard landing ... i.e. wikileaks, RT, Elections, Nuke talk, etc and etc...

Whitecastle123's picture

CNN polls

The Beast  55%

Donald 35%

insane. 

Dr. P. Metals's picture

Re CNN polls

no, not insane, just lies.

i remember reading a quote from someone (forget who) that is posted all the time, something like: "we'll know our disinfo campaign is complete when everything they believe is a lie".

I'd rewrite it now as: "When you realize everything you read  or hear on MSM is a lie, you are finally awake."

But what is insane is that this country even allows a person who leaked and sold state secrets, lies nonstop, sold favors to hostile foreign governments etc to even run for "president" in the first place. Now that is insane.

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