WHERE PREDICTION AND DETECTION DRIVE DISCOVERY

In 1907, E.J. Raddatz predicted a great orebody lay hidden in an area of the Tintic Mountains passed over by waves of prospectors and mining engineers. In 1916, E.J. Raddatz discovered the world famous Tintic Standard Mine. The orebody was encountered 1,400 feet below the surface and samples defied description. Today, the future of mining depends on the ability of ¬†exploration companies to predict and detect “blind ore” in new and existing mineral districts. At BoreSight Minerals, that is what we do.