Dr. Andy Robinson's place on the board and name on the NI 43-101 is crucial to see PE.V as more than a long term gamble.
"The instrument requires that a "qualified person" be attributed to the information. This Qualified Person, in the spirit of the National Instrument, is required to be a reputable professional who is knowledgeable of the mineral property concerned, and who has sufficient experience and qualifications to make the statements which are made within the report. Often the Qualified Person need not be the author of the report, but in attributing the report as being compliant with the National Instrument, they are vouching for it. This is a matter of professional integrity and carries legal risk, as misleading statements can result in legal sanctions in Canadian and other jurisdictions."
The reference goes on to state that a 'qualified person' must have 5 years experience "relevant to the deposit type or style of mineralization"
So...credentials aren't the problem...