CEO RAMBLINGS - JANUARY 3, 2019
As CEO of Atacama Resources International I am pleased to be able to announce that Atacama is about to be part of a technological revolution that is about to change the way much of the world will operate in the future. It is referred to as a "Wonder Material" or "The material of the Future". What I am referring to is GRAPHENE which is derived from graphite which is one of Atacama's mining properties near Kirkland lake, Ontario. To my knowledge there are NO graphite mines in the USA and only two currently operating in Canada- one small mine operates only seasonally and one is predicted to be soon running out of graphite ore. That's it, so you see why I am pleased to be able to announce that Atacama has a serious graphite prospect.
Graphene is one of the most promising semi-metals on the face of the earth, yet few people have even heard of it. Simply put, graphene is 300 times stronger than steel, thinner than a sheet of paper and is destined to become the "super material" of the technological future. It is made up of a single layer of graphite that is only one atom thick. Yes, one atom. Not only is it strong but it is also flexible, transparent, highly conductive and impermeable to most liquids and gasses. It is as light as foil yet can stop a bullet. Think about its application to air and space travel, to the military industrial complex, for heavy equipment and vehicles of the future. its applications are boundless but it all requires graphite. Do you see why I say that Atacama is planning to be part of this " tech revolution". This, and the attached article, will hopefully go a log way to respond to all those investors who asked my why Atacama decided to pursue a graphite property as a part of its mining holdings. I am Glenn Grant, CEO