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Depth of the Deepest Mine The Physics Factbook

Mar 07, 2003 Vertical shaft mines hold the record for being the deepest mines in the world. Most are located in South Africa due to its abundance of diamond and gold deposits. As of 2003 the deepest mine is the East Rand mine at 3585 meters, but as technology improves and the search for natural resources continues many mines are constantly being deepened.

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Depth of the Deepest Drilling The Physics Factbook

8 rows The deepest drilling ever done by mankind is the drilling that has taken place on the Kola

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The Physics Factbook Topic Index Hypertextbook

Depth of the deepest mine; Depth of the deepest drilling; Depth of the deepest dive without breathing apparatus; Depth of the deepest dive with breathing apparatus; Depth of the deepest dive in a submarine; Depth of the deepest dive in a bathyscaphe; Depth of the ocean; Depth of the deepest point in the ocean; Diameter of an electron; Diameter

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Depth of the Deepest Mine hypertextbook Depth of the Deepest Mine. "The deepest mine is a gold mine in South Africa; in 1977 the Western Deep Levels reached a depth of 3,581 meters. 3581 m: TauTona Mine Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Depth of the Deepest Dive in a Bathyscaphe Hypertextbook

The Mariana Trench is the deepest known point on Earth. It is one of many deepwater ocean trenches formed wherever plates collide. In the case of the Mariana's, it's the Pacific and Philippine plates. Near its southwestern extremity, about 210 miles southwest of the island of Guam, is the deepest point on earth. This point, also known as the

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The Physics Hypertextbook is a reaction to the three big problems with textbooks: lack of writer's voice, layouts that reduce readability, and outdated economics. It is a work in progress. Some parts of this book are essentially finished. Some parts are comically underdone. I work on this project in my spare time.

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Projectiles The Physics Hypertextbook

From the deepest mines in South Africa to the highest altitudes traversed by commercial airplanes, the magnitude of the acceleration due to gravity is always effectively 9.8 m/s 2 ± 0.05 m/s 2. Similarly, unless you routinely travel medium to long distances, you aren't likely to experience much of a change in the direction of gravity either.

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Free Fall The Physics Hypertextbook

The value of 9.8 m/s 2 — with only two significant digits — is true for all places on the surface of the Earth and holds for altitudes up to +10 km (the altitude of commercial jet airplanes) and depths down to −20 km (far below the deepest mines).

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Depth of the Deepest Mine hypertextbook "The deepest mine is a gold mine in South Africa; in 1977 the Western Deep Levels reached a depth of 3,581 meters. the Western Deep mine

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Depth of the Deepest Mine hypertextbook "The deepest mine is a gold mine in South Africa; in 1977 the Western Deep Levels reached a depth of 3,581 meters. the Western Deep mine

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Where is the deepest mine in the world located? Yahoo

May 30, 2007 The deepest mine in the world is the TauTona gold mine in South Africa with a depth of 3.6 Km and temperatures at that depth are approx 55 degrees C (130 degrees F) so air conditioners are used to reduce the temperature to around 28 degrees C (82 degrees F), currently work is underway to extend the depth to 3.9 Km

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Where is the deepest mine in the world located? Yahoo

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How deep is the World's deepest gold mine & where is it

May 16, 2007 TauTona is a gold mine in South Africa. At some 3.6 kilometers deep it is currently home to the world's deepest mining operations. The mine is one of the three Western Deep Levels mines of the West Wits gold field west of Johannesburg. The mine is near the town of Carletonville.

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How far down can we dig ? Yahoo Answers

Jul 27, 2008 As of 2003 the deepest mine is the East Rand mine at 3585 meters, but as technology improves and the search for natural resources continues many mines are constantly being deepened. In the next few years, the Western Deep mine will reach 5 km.

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How far is it possible to go underground? Yahoo Answers

Aug 04, 2010 Therefore it is 100% impossible to go deeper than the Earth's crust. Also, as you get deeper into the Earth's crust the temperature will rise quite a bit, being heated from the mantle below. The deepest mine in the World is only 3.585km. Many problems arise when digging so deep into the Earth. The most obvious is the heat.

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A Time of Change and the Death of God

— Nietzsche, The Gay Science, Section 125, tr. Walter Kaufmann [bold emphasis mine] Wikipedia provides some interesting insight into this particular subject concerning the alleged death of God: Explication. The phrase "God is dead" does not mean that Nietzsche believed in an actual God who first existed and then died in a literal sense.

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Do we currently have the capacity to drill into the earth

Oct 29, 2007 Vertical shaft mines hold the record for being the deepest mines in the world. Most are located in South Africa due to its abundance of diamond and gold deposits. As of 2003 the deepest mine is the East Rand mine at 3585 meters, but as technology improves and the search for natural resources continues many mines are constantly being deepened.

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Why are caves cold if you are getting closer to the core

Jan 10, 2008 Many caves are up high in mountains as well, but still the amount closer you are getting to the Earth's core in the deepest caves is not significant enough to cause an increase in temperature. Caves are shielded beneath earth from the sun's radiation and the ground and moisture around and above the cave take a lot of energy to heat up.

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Facts On Gold Mining In South Africa

The deepest mine is a gold mine in South Africa. in 1977 the Western Deep Levels Mine reached a depth of 11,749 feet. Most mines descend to about 3,300 feet Read more. 50 Random Facts about Gold Random History. Mar 9, 2009 Interesting gold facts, including origins, myths, rushes, mining, gold vs. fiat The Mines of South Africa can

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Benificial and Detrimental Biofilms

Biological reaction and mass transfer rates presently limit the commercial application of microbial leaching, however substantial improvements in process design have been made in recent years and the method is viewed with promise by the mining industry. Other biofilm technologies with promise. Microbial fuel cells; Biofilm "traps" Microbial

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Free Fall The Physics Hypertextbook

The value of 9.8 m/s 2 — with only two significant digits — is true for all places on the surface of the Earth and holds for altitudes up to +10 km (the altitude of commercial jet airplanes) and depths down to −20 km (far below the deepest mines).

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western deep gold mine

Depth of the Deepest Mine hypertextbook "The deepest mine is a gold mine in South Africa; in 1977 the Western Deep Levels reached a depth of 3,581 meters. the Western Deep mine

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Benificial and Detrimental Biofilms

Biological reaction and mass transfer rates presently limit the commercial application of microbial leaching, however substantial improvements in process design have been made in recent years and the method is viewed with promise by the mining industry. Other biofilm technologies with promise. Microbial fuel cells; Biofilm "traps" Microbial

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How far down can we dig ? Yahoo Answers

Jul 27, 2008 As of 2003 the deepest mine is the East Rand mine at 3585 meters, but as technology improves and the search for natural resources continues many mines are constantly being deepened. In the next few years, the Western Deep mine will reach 5 km.

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How far is it possible to go underground? Yahoo Answers

Aug 04, 2010 Therefore it is 100% impossible to go deeper than the Earth's crust. Also, as you get deeper into the Earth's crust the temperature will rise quite a bit, being heated from the mantle below. The deepest mine in the World is only 3.585km. Many problems arise when digging so deep into the Earth. The most obvious is the heat.

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A Time of Change and the Death of God

— Nietzsche, The Gay Science, Section 125, tr. Walter Kaufmann [bold emphasis mine] Wikipedia provides some interesting insight into this particular subject concerning the alleged death of God: Explication. The phrase "God is dead" does not mean that Nietzsche believed in an actual God who first existed and then died in a literal sense.

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Why are caves cold if you are getting closer to the core

Jan 10, 2008 Many caves are up high in mountains as well, but still the amount closer you are getting to the Earth's core in the deepest caves is not significant enough to cause an increase in temperature. Caves are shielded beneath earth from the sun's radiation and the ground and moisture around and above the cave take a lot of energy to heat up.

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How deep into the earth have humans gone? How deep have we

Jan 08, 2007 The deepest people have been is The East Rand diamond mine in South Africa. Last I heard, it was reported to be 3,585 meters in depth, with many more miles of lateral passages. Of course, they continue to deepen it as they dig for more diamonds. Source: The Physics Fact Book

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Is metal in the Earth's crust for a reason? Yahoo Answers

Apr 21, 2009 The deepest drill hole was 15km, the deepest mine is merely 3.5km and the deepest open pit we've dug is nearly 900m. Hippy's will polute your mind with nonsense, they know nothing, except how to smell bad.

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Mining mineral processing Onsite Oxygen and Nitrogen . Benefits of using oxygen application in leaching process: Increased Gold Recovery Higher dissolved oxygen level in leaching process enhances the gold cyanidation, thus increasing gold extraction rate significantly Decreased Retention Time by Leaching Conventional leaching time of 96/72 hrs can be reduced by up to 50 %

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Zmeň svoj život Potopa sveta kde sa vzalo toľko vody?

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Benificial and Detrimental Biofilms

As you probably know, mining for precious metals of various kinds (gold, silver, copper and so forth) is a messy job. The desired metal is not generally found in nice, big, pure chunks. The largest gold nugget ever found was reputed to weigh about 70 Kilograms.

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Beneficial Biofilms Montana State University

As you probably know, mining for precious metals of various kinds (gold, silver, copper and so forth) is a messy job. The desired metal is not generally found in nice, big, pure chunks. The largest gold nugget ever found was reputed to weigh about 70 Kilograms.

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Service Pistol Duty and Self-Defense Loads by DocGKR

***Reprinted and linked to with permission from the author**** When comparing well designed duty handgun ammunition, there are minimal differences in penetration depths and temporary cavity effects, as noted below in the gel shots by Doug Carr: As you increase bullet size and mass from 9 mm/357 Sig, to .40 S&W, to .45 ACP, more tissue is crushed, resulting in a larger permanent cavity.

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