anomalism

anomalism

the condition or state of being unusual or out of place. — anomaly, n.
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A programme of reverse circulation drilling is proposed to further test this area of new gold anomalism.
Recent results demonstrate there are also high levels of gold anomalism present, which is highly exciting and can often be found with copper mineralisations, in addition to being prospective in its own right.
The Khuvyn Khar license hosts multiple copper and molybdenum mineralized porphyry centers, with several kilometers of altered intrusive with associated copper geochemical anomalism.
The Tekapo and Terry's Pit areas have extensive anomalism indicating potentially large mineralised cells and other areas have generated several coherent anomalies warranting further work.
The third principle is that there are no strict deterministic laws on the basis of which mental events can be predicted and explained (the anomalism of the mental).
5km x 6km well-defined gold, zinc and copper drainage anomaly covering a recessive intrusive in a sub-circular drainage basin, with anomalism continuing up to the peripherallimestones (demonstrating skarn potential).
Therefore, Winnemucca's physical and literary anomalism as both masculine and feminine made her both a social and a literary outcast subject to criticism, but mostly only from those who had the most to lose (European American men of power such as BIA agents and Paiute men).
Silver anomalism was identified to extend over a strike length in excess of 15 km.
Based on the excellent correlation of geophysical anomalism with the drilling data, the results have not only extended the Batu Mas target zone by around 20-times its current size, but also demonstrated that the geophysical anomaly clearly links the Batu Mas and Batu Hitam prospects, he said.
Child contends that anomalism of the mental is compatible with supervenience; but he argues against reductive forms of mental-physical identity, either of a type or token variety.
The issue of mental quausation arises not only for Davidson's anomalism, but also for any metaphysical position that denies that mental properties are type-identical to physical properties.