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The Kensington Mine: Happy To See A Collapse?

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"Turn the lights out...Enter master. Enter faster... In your house, in your house, in your house, in your house... You're asking me I'm assuming... the devil? ... I'm outside search on the outside."
uhhhmmmm.... Well I ran it through audacity and isolated this, believe me or not. It pains me physically to listen to these whispers. Strange, but I'm going to stop looking for more, I can't listen to this anymore, it's too much.
And what you say is water....could be an underground river the was taped by accident by the other mines and this adit could have been placed with the intent on draining that water
You mention a collapse......the material for a collapse seems quite small I rather think it was filled in on purpose
Love your vids and uploads
You guys ever consider using a camera drone to fly up/down and check out some of these winzes and raises and such?
I wonder where the water finally exhauts to.
God I dont know why (and this is more later comment not early) but i could for some reason, imagine such a beautiful large area dug out with just amazing rock formations as water dripped from them and such but most of the ground being covered with the water and some places have enough elevated rock flooring to step on and stuff. Seems a little surreal with what I'm thinking of but then again, many caves are truly surreal. Especially if you come across stalagmites. Beautiful.
I like big, clean, no water mines. This one is big🙄
I'd like to know more about these operations like what year was the mine and operation for one any information about the owners would be nice but more importantly what did the material look like that they were Mining and what would this have look like whenever the minors first found it and how did they find it is the important questions what is a gold mine look like before they find it and was all that dug out of there was all that white quartz or was that a sulfide or or or what was it
What's behind the mud pile? Thank about the Colorado Gold King mine that they broke through and it flooded tons of waste/toxic water into the rivers in Colorado, Utah and others. Better leave that pile alone.
I think I would have tried those ladders, to get into another shaft, that was a haul shaft nothing more.
How did you film this in creative mode and fly like that?
Bedding plane .... Not fault line .....
The waste pile at the end of the haulage is of very small pieces like waste from processing material?
Awesome explore.
1:00. you sound like a portalphile
Thanks for another outstanding exploration. God only knows what goes on underground with runnin' water and collapses having the last word. Awesome!
Another great vid although it didn’t feel right without Mr. McBride on your 6.... lol

so limiting myself to one question, how/why was that adit so straight? Aren’t they chasing a line of ore/rock to get the paydirt? Nature doesn’t do straight lines like that... and to be so big.. what gives?

Oh well thanks again for the great entertainment, I cannot believe I had not yet seen that one..
You have discovered a large underground river. These run in areas of Nevada and California. The soft limestone erodes by water flow over millions of years
Not sure why I love mine exploration. But I do 🙂 Keep up the good work!
it might be my imagination running wild, but I swear I hear the faint sound of water sloshing around (like in a large container of sorts).... and I know it's not the sound of footsteps or anything like that O.O

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.