Posted Aug. 4, 2013, on Woodsperson.blogspot.com
For more than a year geologists were saying that there were sulfides in the Ironwood deposit and in the Tyler Shale overburden. GTac (Gogebic Taconite) steadfastly denied that until they were presented with almost a hundred years of documentation that sulfides were there accompanied by the modern research done by Marcia Bjornerud of Lawrence University. Then GTac "debunked" that study by merely reimagining the size and topography of the deposit -- they just made it wider and steeper -- fixed! That resulted in the truly amazing testimony of Tim Myers and Bob Seitz -- the "tinytriangle of Tyler" testimony.
It appears that GTac is up to the same reality repair again....
Click here to read the rest of Woodsperson's article about the Asbestos Issue and GTac's proposed open pit mine in the Penokee Hills of northern Wisconsin.