Apparently the Great Professor Marbles has his crystal ball working again. I don't know what will happen with Nevada Copper, but I know enough P&P exists that will make for a paying mine. Something I tried to explain the importance of to you, but obviously failed. It would be a charlatan like yourself to compare copper mining to gold mining when the two metals aren't already together in the ground. Base metal investment is an entirely different game than trading gold shares, just as it is with land speculators like myself who has virtually out of stocks (except NCU.to) for a few years and invested in real estate that will be at a premium when the mine is in operation regardless of who owns it.
Sorry, I don't remember you at all, and I don't remember laughing at anyone for selling this stock since I sold a block @$4.02 on 11/16/2011 and replaced them on 11/29/11 @$3.39. Now explain to me why I would laugh at anyone for selling the stock which I did myself on dozens of occasions. I think you are perhaps taking something out of context? Why not give me a link to my post "laughing" at you and I'll betcha I'll owe up to my words or eat 'em!
"I simply offer my opinion about the quality of the deposit."
That's not even close to being true! You totally fabricated a non-existent study of comparable mining projects, misrepresented the methodology you didn't perform, and claimed as factual, results that were totally imaginary. Opinion is a conclusion, and you're entitled to any notion you wish, but knowingly misrepresenting the facts supporting that opinion is just plain dishonest.
Although the most important lessons were learned long before I began trading RBY in 2/11/2011 Rubicon has reaffirmed my conviction that coarse gold ore bodies are difficult to prove up and get built. They do get built if enough gold can be established though alternative methods, but any deviation from the "normal" distribution of grade will usually cause delay.
Another lesson learned was that some people will post out and out falsehoods , reporting totally fictitious data and claiming fraudulent "research" that was never done in support of their constant pumping of the stock. It is these few individuals who hold the most responsibility for all the money poured down Rubicon's shaft over the years.
Another lesson was that my exit on 8/20/2012 @ $3.20 was the right move. Gee, I can buy back those shares for only a third the cost! Hmmm ... good entry point or RBY soon to be unlisted?