Dear Members, It is not often that we recommend a stock that has already gone from .05 to up over a dollar. However, when something this exciting comes along, we need to get the word out. TUNGSTEN. Remember that word! The stock? GLEE. Remember that stock! GLEE is the symbol for GL Energy and Exploration which trades on the OTCBB. The company is engaged in the fields of mineral exploration, energy, and property development within North America. GLEE, through its subsidiary, GL Tungsten, is currently working on developing an advanced tungsten project known as Pilot Mountain located in Mineral County, Nevada. TUNGSTEN is red-hot and now under heavy demand from the United States Army. This newsletter is just the first of a huge and sustained PR campaign to get the word out about GLEE. We anticipate that many other well-known newsletters will also be profiling GLEE to their subscribers over the next several days and even the next few months. This is a very long public-awareness campaign. As more and more investors are alerted to the huge potential that today's profiled company possesses, we anticipate the demand for this company's stock to SKY ROCKET!! We anticipate HUGE VOLUME on GLEE today and for many days/weeks to come. GLEE has the potential to more than TRIPLE in value in the near term! The time to give serious consideration to investing in GLEE is now, before the masses do. Good luck and remember to invest with cents! -HotPennyStocks.com Staff -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Company: GL Energy and Exploration Symbol: GLEE Price (8/7/02): $1.22 Yesterday's Volume (8/7/02): 27,600 Float: 22,670,000 Market Cap: 30,600,000 52 Week Range: $0.05-$1.75 Company Website: http://www.glenergyandexploration.com The word tungsten means "heavy stone" in Swedish. Why should we be so excited about a metal known as "heavy stone" and how does this relate to making money in the stock market? Well, The Lone Ranger may have used silver bullets, but the US Army plans to go green...(as in Tungsten). Before detailing more about GLEE as a company, you must first realize why Tungsten is such a HOT and growing commodity to understand why we believe GLEE will become a very HOT and growing commodity with investors. As you will read in a reprint of an article below, it is estimated that "Next year, the Army will produce 5 million to 10 million green bullets (made of Tungsten) and after that up to 200 million each year", stated Wade Bunting, project manager for environmental armament technologies at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey. If one does some calculations, 200 million tungsten bullets a year, using an ounce of tungsten each... that makes more than 5,500 tons, or one eighth of existing annual tungsten consumption in the world!! Click on any of the links below to read a number of recent news articles detailing the US Army switching to Tungsten ammunition and you will understand GL Energy's (OTC BB: GLEE) HUGE UPSIDE POTENTIAL!! Army Magazine Article - http://www.ausa.org/www/armymag.nsf/(all)/C29B7A7BA265E77385256B9E00717219?OpenDocument US Army Environmental Center Article - http://aec.army.mil/usaec/publicaffairs/update/fall99/fall9901.htm Military.com Article - http://www.military.com/Content/MoreContent/1,12044,FL_greenammo_swarner,00.html ABCNews.com Article - http://abcnews.go.com/sections/scitech/DailyNews/greenbullets010503.html Parade Magazine Article - http://tungsten.jiffyseek.com/parade.html **Tungsten has low toxicity and data indicates that it is environmentally benign. Suitable for combat, tungsten composite bullets pose no risk of lead contamination and will reduce environmental compliance burdens on many small arms ranges. The tungsten composite bullets match or exceed performance requirements for function, accuracy, lethality and penetration.** POTENTIAL TUNGSTEN SHORT SUPPLY SQUEEZE - Read Why -According to the president of North American Tungsten Corporation of Vancouver, British Columbia, Udo E. Von Doehren, "For at least the last decade, the balance between supply and demand has been maintained by supplying tungsten from strategic Russian and Chinese stockpiles to meet production shortfalls. In an attempt to control tungsten exports, the Chinese government stopped issuing new permits for tungsten mines, curbed the export of concentrates and announced other measures to rationalize its production amidst ore depletion warnings. China supplies approximately 85 percent of the world's consumption. And, "The worldwide supply of tungsten raw materials is dominated by the Chinese, who own approximately 70 percent of the world's tungsten ore reserves. Chinese export quotas and restrictions on tungsten raw materials made it difficult to secure a reliable tungsten supply source," says Robert Fillnow, vice president and general manager of Chemical & Metallurgical Products of OSRAM SYLVANIA (http://www.sylvania.com). The Company's current project, known as Pilot Mountain, is an advanced tungsten project located in Mineral County, (west-central) Nevada, USA. Elevated tungsten values occur throughout this area, and there are four known mineral resources within the claim area: Desert Scheelite, Gunmetal, Garnet, and Rose tungsten deposits. The property lies approximately 21 miles east of the town of Mina on an all-weather, county maintained gravel road. Mina is 168 miles southeast of Reno on U.S. Highway 95. In 1999, GLEE negotiated an agreement with Platoro West Incorporated to acquire 30 claims located in Mineral County. Pursuant to the acquisition agreement between GL Energy and Exploration and Plato West Incorporated, Platoro is holding the claims in trust, on behalf of the Company. There are four know mineral resources within the claim area. These include the Gunmetal, Desert Scheelite, Garnet and Rose tungsten deposits. Initial resources were identified by the Duval Corporation in the mid 1970's. Union Carbide purchased the project from Duval in 1978 and continued to mark out additional resources. The project was the subject of a feasibility study done by Kaiser Engineering in 1981. Although the study concluded that a combination of open-pit and underground mining would return an acceptable profit, the tungsten market collapsed shortly thereafter and the property remained idle until the demise of the Metals and Mining Division of Union Carbide during the late 1980's. Platoro West Incorporated acquired the data files from Union Carbide and subsequently located the current mining claims in 1999. The general geology of Mineral County is characterized by structurally complex calcareous, clastic, and volcanic rocks of Paleozoic and Mesozoic age intruded by monzonitic to granitic rocks. Cenozoic bi-modal volcanics cover much of this terrain. There have been several periods of folding and faulting. The Pilot Mountain project area consists largely of the Luning formation which is a limestone to dolomite with lesser amounts of shale, argillite and conglomerate with granitic intrusions. The ore deposits of each of the four known resources consist of contact metamorphic deposits with tungsten occurring as scheelite and powellite within the tactite zone formed by metamorphism and metasomatism of the limestone where in intimate contact with the intrusives. Other important metals occur within some of the resources and are of economic interest including silver and zinc. Lesser amounts of copper and molybdenum have also been encountered. Union Carbide Corporation indicated a current resource calculation for the Desert Scheelite, Gunmetal, and Garnet zones of over 10,000,000 tons with a grade in excess of 0.40% WO3. The Garnet and Rose zones are only partially delineated and further exploration is expected to greatly increase these resource figures. Within this resource, the Kaiser Engineering report indicated proven reserves of 5,091,900 tons at a grade of 0.36% WO3. This proven reserve did not take into consideration the value of the other metals. The following article is sourced from "The Water Environment & Technical Magazine", published by The Water Environment Federation. This spring, the US Army planned to begin manufacturing "green" bullets. The bullets - which are used primarily for shooting practice during peace time - are as deadly to humans as their predecessors but less deadly to the Earth. Lead bullets, which the Army currently uses, tend to bioaccumulate in the environment, often ending up in sediments, surface water, and groundwater, according to A Multimedia Strategy for the Management and Reduction of Lead Hazards released by the US Environmental Protection Agency Region 5. Accumulated lead can adversely affect wildlife and people who get their drinking water from a contaminated source, according to the report. Lead slugs are such a water quality hazard that the federal district court in New York ruled that spent lead shot is a "pollutant" as defined by the Clean Water Act. The lead slugs the Army uses in traditional 5.56 mm bullets have been bioaccumulating at shooting ranges, forcing several to close. These slugs will be replaced with environmentally friendly tungsten-based slugs, according to Wade Bunting, project manager for environmental armament technologies at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey. Not only is tungsten more environmentally "benign" than lead, but ozone depleting chemicals and volatile organic compounds have been eliminated from the bullet manufacturing process - resulting in pollution prevention and money savings, he says. Although tungsten is more expensive than lead, the cleanup of the manufacturing process actually will result in savings of $0.01 to $0.05 per round, or $5 million to $20 million per year, he explains. The bullets also will allow several indoor and outdoor shooting ranges that closed because lead concentrations became a human health or environmental hazard to reopen, cutting down the costs of transporting troops to far away, still-operational shooting ranges and eliminating associated pollution he adds. This year about 1 million green bullets will be produced, Bunting says. Priority distribution of the bullets will be given to closed shooting ranges and to a new National Guard shooting range near Gnome, Alaska, that has not been contaminated by lead bullets, he continues. Next year, the Army will produce 5 million to 10 million green bullets and after that up to 200 million each year, he adds. (end of article) Tungsten is an increasingly vital and environmentally safe metal, replacing hazardous lead in many products, including automobiles and now even bullets for the US Army. Tungsten ore is a critical raw material component used to make filaments for a variety of lighting products. Tungsten metal has an extremely high melting point and is amazingly dense. A baseball made of tungsten would weigh over 13 pounds. Tungsten products also are used in heavy engineering industries to bore automotive engine blocks, drill for oil, mine coal and in computers, to draw heat away from microchips. Even golf clubs use tungsten for added density. 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