David McKeown / Staff Photographer Anthracite producer Blaschak Coal Corp. has begun production at the Mammoth seam near Centralia. Aerial video taken on Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
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"The No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum is located in Lansford, PA, below the Pocono Mountains. Lansford is located in the western part of Carbon County. The Mine & Museum are located near the banks of Panther Creek on 9 Dock Street, near the junction of Dock and West Ridge Streets. Lansford is part of Lehigh Valley, which is an area in Pennsylvania named after the Lehigh River. This area is sometimes known as the "coal region,'' particularly Carbon County. The No. 9 Coal mine was opened in 1855, but its origin traces back ten years earlier. A large anthracite coal deposit called Mammoth Vein was the focus for most mining in the Lehigh Valley. Major mine systems in the Summit Hill area produced a great deal of coal from the Vein. Unfortunately, the quarry had to be abandoned due to flooding. Mining companies decided to attempt another drilling into Mammoth Vein. Between the years of 1853 and 1856, these attempts met with many difficulties, including cost. Finally, in December of 1857, the No. 9 coal mine had been driven far enough to encounter coal. The next month, the mine was contracted to produce 90,000 tons of coal per year. Anthracite coal is a variety of coal known by its sheen. It has fewer impurities than all other types of coal, which means it has the highest carbon content. During the time of No. 9's operation, anthracite coal was the most popular fuel for heating structures in the North and East of the US. The Mine was operated until 1972. At that time, it was the world's longest running anthracite coal mine. In 2002, the Mine was re-opened as a tourist attraction. The Mine was opened by a non-profit organization by the name of Panther Creek Valley Foundation. Their mission is to preserve the landmark as a heritage site. Visitors to the mine ride 1,600 feet along rail into the mountain. They can examine the miner's hospital, the mule-way, and the original 900 foot elevator shaft. Also on the grounds is the "Wash Shanty,'' which includes the tools and paraphernalia that the miner's used to wash their clothes and equipment. The Museum has items such as the tools, food cans, blasting equipment, and more that belonged to the miners of No. 9. Exhibits in the Museum also include carved pieces of coal, historical photographs, paintings, models, a replica of a miner's kitchen, and other artifacts. The gift shop sells items such as books, carved coal memorabilia, t-shirts, and miner's hats. The site also has picnic facilities and restrooms. Parking is free. The Museum and gift shop are open year round, Wednesday through Sunday, noon-4pm. The Mine is open for guided tours from May to Labor Day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. From Labor Day through October tours are only on Saturday and Sunday. Mine tours start at 11:00am and run hourly until 3:15. Temperature within the mines averages the mid-50s. The temperature in Lansford is, on average, warmest in July, at 71 degrees. Visitors entering the mine may will to wear a light jacket or sweater due to the chill in the mines." This information came from: https://no9minemuseum.wixsite.com/museum/about-us
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[1920s - USA, Industry: Mining - Anthracite Coal Production. ca 1922] Interitle: “Miners enter the elevator to descend...” 02:30:33 Coal miners w/ lanterns & lunch buckets into elevator cage & gate dropped. 02:30:50 Animated diagram showing cage dropping to coal vein 1500 ft down & layout of rooms. 02:31:20 Intertitle: “Arriving at the bottom of the shaft the miners go to the different rooms for work...” 02:31:29 Miners underground in shaft w/ flickering flames of headlamps as they move past in tunnel. Posing in MCU. 02:31:46 Intertitle: “The large fans keep the fresh air circulating...” High Angle / HA above ground of steam out of ventilating system. 02:32:00 Intertitle: “Mammoth pumps keep the water from flooding the mine.” Large tank lifted by cable & structure above mine & dumping water, then descending. 02:32:30 Intertitle: “Coal mining is hard and dangerous work.” Men at coal face w/ pick axes. 02:32:45 Intertitle: “Drilling a hole for blasting...” MCU turning crank to drill into coal face. Putting in dynamite, lighting fuse. 02:33:15 Intertitle: The explosion. 02:33:18 Explosions & cloud of dust, part of ceiling falls. Man w/ prybar breaks off more. 02:33:46 Intertitle: “The coal is piled into cars & drawn by mules...” Coal shoveled & two mules pull loaded carts past. 02:34:08 Intertitle: “The loaded cars are carried swiftly to the surface.” Men push cars into elevator; cars raised. Winch turning, cables winding. Coal dumping into bin 02:35:21 Intertitle: “The large chunks must be broken & sorted...” Ext. of large, tall breaker building. Men working beside conveyor belt throwing off large chunks. Smaller chunks on conveyor belt. 02:36:03 Intertitle: “The slate & shale must be taken out...” Boys sitting over conveyor throwing out debris. Men standing & lifting off big pieces. Machine w/ sorting trays. Hard Coal; Manual Labor; Workmen; Workers For broadcast quality material of this reel or to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at [email protected]
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Blaschak Coal Corp. mine will reopen in Mount Carmel
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UPDATE!! Some information about the engine from the owner Josh Maschhoff: "We run at 150 psi. The Engine weighs around 42500lbs loaded with coal and water. Torque is 3000 ft lbs at 240 rpm The sled was definitely weighted and i know from experience first hand that the engine can drag the sled with the weight box all the way up and the bars dropped." 110 HP Case specifications here: https://www.farmcollector.com/steam-traction/catalog-advertises-case-110-hp-traction-engine Don't worry about the fire hazard. What you see is a very exaggerated amount of burning embers coming from the smokestack. The sparks are created as a night spectacle for entertainment. Before this pull, sawdust was added to the firebox to enhance the night "spark show." Having said that back in the day there was always a risk of fire. There was less of a risk during plowing season. The highest risk was during harvest when the steam engines returned to the fields to thresh (separate) the grain from their stalks, in typically dry fields. Weeks before the steam engines arrived the grain was cut and bundled by binders. These mechanized machines looked the front of modern "combines" but binders only cut and a bound the grain. The crops were cut close to the ground by the binder leaving the grain (heads) connected to the shaft. These bundles were approximately 8" in diameter and were about 3' tall. After the crops were cut, these bundles were stacked in small piles called "shocks." These shocks contained maybe 7 to 12 bundles and scattered all over the field. The shocks were left in the field until the grain was dry enough to separate. The threshermen traveled from farm to farm to thresh each farmers grain. Most individual farmers could not afford a steam traction engine so the threshermen provided this service to the farmer. On threshing day wagons were brought to the field and would load the shocks of grain and haul it to the threshing machine where it was placed quite a distance (and upwind) from the steam engine that provided the power for the machine to do its work. The steam engine provided power to the threshing machine via an extremely long belt to keep any embers away from the dry chaff and straw that was separated from the grain. The shock piles of crop were gathered as they were needed and not all gathered up and piled in one place at one time. That way, if there was a fire it would be small and contained to a small portion of the harvest and not all of it. The steam engines were also outfitted spark arresters while threshing. Not to mention these steam engines required water so water was generally available should a fire break out. Also the steam engines would burn the straw which was waste from process of threshing the grain. One day, I hope to make a video of these separate processes that is now preformed by a single combine. As for now, if you watch the movie "Of Mice and Men" with Gary Sinise and John Malkovich you can see threshing in action. I have posted another video of it that includes three synchronized videos that were shot from three different angles that night. (One angle is shot from a drone flying high in the air that can be spotted above the engine towards the end of this video. If you liked this video surely you would like that video even more. http://youtu.be/_8dH853fs_0 God Bless and thank you for watching.
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The Shor people, an ethnic group of 13,000 people in Siberia, say their way of life is being destroyed by rapacious coal extraction. Originally published at - http://www.rferl.org/a/russia-siberia-shor-mining/28357142.html
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The Center for Environmental Kinetics Analysis (CEKA) has made visible many of those fundamental geochemical processes through a 3-D, interactive educational movie. The project, called Slices of Time, allows viewers to see examples of geochemical processes that occur at 14 different time scales from years and hours to seconds and even smaller. With a running time of 13 minutes, Slices of Time shows how coal beds form over millions of years through the complex interplay between water and land as sea levels rise and recede.
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Visit us at: http://samincoinc.com/ Saminco debuts the new JR1000 AC VFD System for the continuous miner with new remote control technology for all continuous miner operations.
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When a group of girls get together with a shared intention - they can become superheroes! One of the founders of Girls Against Gas, Amelia Hicks, explains how she and some friends came to stand up against the mammoth CSG mining industry. GIRLS AGAINST GAS! ...is one of the most innovative, creative and sexy groups ever to emerge from the anti-coal seam gas movement. These girls, in their stunning and memorable outfits, have had an influential part to play in the sudden departure from the NSW North Coast of some of the world's biggest coal seam gas mining companies which including, Dart and Metgasco. So hold on to your hard hats, any gas miners with their beady eyes on the North Coast. Leave while you can still blame it on the 2k exclusion zone; Girls Against Gas are ready for ya!!
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Terrifying animals you’re glad are extinct! From scary ancient sea creatures to dangerous dinosaurs you’ll be happy to know you won’t encounter one of these everyday 14. Megalodon While never quite reaching the same length as the sperm whale of today, the megalodon was far heavier, capable of reaching a weight of 60 tons. Among predators, it is the largest shark known to have existed in the history of the planet. With seven-inch teeth and a jaw ten feet in diameter, the megalodon was capable of consuming some of the largest sea mammals of its day. Based on fossil remnants found on all six continents, scientists estimate the megalodon went extinct just over 2,500,000 (2.5 million) years ago, mainly due to a drop in sea temperature that depleted its primary food sources. 13. Dunkleosteus Known for its armored head made of thick-boned plates, the dunkleosteus sustained itself by gobbling up entire schools of fish. The literal shear force of its bite was capable of severing flesh faster than any other sea predator of its time. This, added to its stealth and the fact that it could open its massive jaw in less than a second, made the dunkleosteus inescapable. When numbers among smaller prey were depleted, evidence suggests this master of the sea resorted to attacking other mammals of its own genus, making it an occasional cannibal. Based on traces of the dunkleosteus found in North America, Europe and North Africa, it went extinct roughly 360,000,000 years ago as a result of a decrease in oxygen levels in the ocean. 12. Smilodon Thriving from the early Pleistocene Period until about 10,000 years ago, this 11-foot-long saber-toothed cat is often mistakenly categorized as a tiger despite actually being a distant ancestor to the cheetahs and lions known to humans today. While its formidable teeth were highly effective in warding off competition for its food, the smilodon’s signature incisors were too weak to act as shredding mechanisms. Its primary method of taking down its targets came in stalking from above using tree branches. It would then pounce on its prey and use its teeth to puncture the jugular vein. It remains a subject of debate as to whether the smilodon hunted alone or in packs. The iconic feline disappeared during the Quaternary Extinction. 11. Helicoprion Capable of growing to 35 feet in length and instantly recognizable for its 360-degree wheel of teeth, the helicoprion is the only known mammal with any such jaw structure. This led to its nickname among experts as the “Buzzsaw Killer.” In vertically and upwardly slicing its prey, the helicoprion’s lower jaw performed the dual function of severing its food and then pushing it up into the shark-like creature’s unique curved esophagus. Its additional fin structure allowed it to spring towards its prey in what is often described as an underwater sprint. Despite surviving the Extinction Event of the Permian-Triassic Crossover, the helicoprion died out for unclear reasons about 230,000,000 years ago. 10. Pulmonoscorpius With a name that translates to “breathing scorpion,” pulmonoscorpius is believed to have reached its irregular size during the Carboniferous Period, during which there was an increase in available oxygen during development. Beyond its size, the only qualities that differentiate it from modern scorpions are its eyes, which were better developed and made pulmonoscorpius a more adept hunter. Though the toxicity of its venom is an unsettled matter in the scientific community, many consider this frightful predator to have been powerfully poisonous due to the thickness of its tail compared to its smaller pincers. Despite its primary food source being up for debate as well, there is no doubt it was carnivorous. Even more surprising than its appearance is the environment in which pulmonoscorpius was found to have lived - modern day Scotland. The only reason researchers have a comprehension of its full form comes from how well fossilized its skin became after shedding.
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Development work on the Westmont property began in the 1890's, although production started 1907 until 1914. Subsequent mining, until 1971, mainly by lessees, was intermittent. The mine workings consist of at least four adits, located east of Westmont Creek, ranging in elevation from 150 to 400 metres above the main road along Enterprise Creek. In 1958, the No. 4 adit was retimbered from the entry to the intersection of the main vein, a distance of 60 metres. At this time caved ground was cleared west of the intersection, for about 300 metres, to provide sufficient access to the bottom of the old stope area to re-establish natural ventilation. East of the intersection, 30 metres of drifting was done on the main vein and about 400 tonnes of ore was removed from the stope above the drift. Production from the mine to 1980 totals 3211 tonnes of ore that yielded 11,084,830 grams of silver, 2058 grams of gold, 199,781 kilograms of lead, 65,920 kilograms zinc, 54 kilograms of copper and 68 kilograms of cadmium.
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http://www.yellowpages.com.au/qld/brisbane/aussie-foundation-drilling-pty-ltd-13842845-listing.html Aussie Foundation Drilling located in Munruben is an excellent choice if you are looking for drilling contractors or auger drilling. To learn more call 0408 062 498, visit us at 2-6 Cherry Road, Munruben, QLD, 4125 or check the url above.
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Udall toured mining sites to discuss how he can help support Good Samaritan cleanup efforts.
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The intrepid Professor Liedenbrock embarks upon the strangest expedition of the nineteenth century: a journey down an extinct Icelandic volcano to the Earth's very core. In his quest to penetrate the planet's primordial secrets, the geologist--together with his quaking nephew Axel and their devoted guide, Hans--discovers an astonishing subterranean menagerie of prehistoric proportions. Verne's imaginative tale is at once the ultimate science fiction adventure and a reflection on the perfectibility of human understanding and the psychology of the questor. CHAPTERS: 00:00:23 - Chapter 1: My Uncle Makes A Great Discovery 00:15:24 - Chapter 2: The Mysterious Parchment 00:26:22 - Chapter 3: An Astounding Discovery 00:45:15 - Chapter 4: We Start On The Journey 00:54:52 - Chapter 5: First Lessons In Climbing 01:04:31 - Chapter 6: Our Voyage To Iceland 01:17:34 - Chapter 7: Conversation And Discovery 01:25:58 - Chapter 8: The Eider - Down Hunter - Off At Last 01:39:36 - Chapter 9: Our Start - We Meet With Adventures By The Way 01:50:26 - Chapter 10: Traveling In Iceland 02:01:16 - Chapter 11: We Reach Mount Sneffels - The "Reykir" 02:16:44 - Chapter 12: The Ascent Of Mount Sneffels 02:36:08 - Chapter 13: The Shadow Of Scartaris 02:50:36 - Chapter 14: The Real Journey Commences 03:01:54 - Chapter 15: We Continue Our Descent 03:13:02 - Chapter 16: The Eastern Tunnel 03:26:59 - Chapter 17: Deeper And Deeper - The Coal Mine 03:41:35 - Chapter 18: The Wrong Road! 03:54:48 - Chapter 19: The Western Gallery - A New Route 04:04:36 - Chapter 20: Water, Where Is It? A Bitter Disappointment 04:19:45 - Chapter 21: Under The Ocean 04:30:11 - Chapter 22: Sunday Below Ground 04:46:08 - Chapter 23: Alone 04:57:22 - Chapter 24: Lost! 05:13:07 - Chapter 25: The Whispering Gallery 05:33:48 - Chapter 26: A Rapid Recovery 05:44:30 - Chapter 27: The Central Sea 06:03:37 - Chapter 28: Launching The Raft 06:17:49 - Chapter 29: On The Waters - A Raft Voyage 06:39:00 - Chapter 30: Terrific Saurian Combat 07:01:53 - Chapter 31: The Sea Monster 07:15:57 - Chapter 32: The Battle Of The Elements 07:33:05 - Chapter 33: Our Route Reversed 07:51:16 - Chapter 34: A Voyage Of Discovery 08:05:11 - Chapter 35: Discovery Upon Discovery 08:22:17 - Chapter 36: What Is It? 08:33:57 - Chapter 37: The Mysterious Dagger 08:43:17 - Chapter 38: No Outlet - Blasting The Rock 08:59:47 - Chapter 39: The Explosion And Its Results 09:16:29 - Chapter 40: The Ape Gigans 09:32:45 - Chapter 41: Hunger 09:49:36 - Chapter 42: The Volcanic Shaft 10:12:34 - Chapter 43: Daylight At Last 10:27:20 - Chapter 44: The Journey Ended Originally for Librivox https://librivox.org/ Follow along with the narrator using closed captions. Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32829.Journey_to_the_Center_of_the_Earth Download Free E-Book : http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/18857
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Creation Seminar 6 The Hovind Theory Dr Kent Hovind (With Subtitles) (You can translate the captions into your own language) The sixth of the Creation Seminar series by Dr. Kent Hovind. This seminar aims to answer the following questions: What caused Noah's flood? How could the world be completely covered with water? Where does the ice age fit into the bible? Introduction to the seminar: 0:38 Review of the original creation: 2:59 The Global Flood and the Hovind Theory: 8:30 And excerpt of Walter T. Brown personally explaining the Hydroplate Theory: 18:36 Dr. Kent Hovind returns and elaborates on the Hydroplate Theory, the lack of millions of years of sediment that evolutionist expect to be in the ocean, the weakening of the magnetic fields, continental drift theory: 24:58 Introduction to The Hovind Theory, Ice Age, Mammoths, the origin of the Earth's tilt, Comets, Peleg: 28:44 The Hovind Theory (The Short Version): 43:00 The Hovind Theory (The Long Version): 44:47 A small digression into examples of petrified objects petrifying quickly: 1:03:17 The Hovind Theory (The Long Version continued): 1:08:02 Brief digression about human Artifacts found in Coal alleged to be millions of years old: 1:36:44 The Hovind Theory (The Long Version continued): 1:37:12 Learning the lesson of the Flood and avoiding the judgement of God to come upon the planet: 1:41:19 Please pray for Dr. Hovind who has been incarcerated for standing on God's side. Please Link Dr. Hovind's videos on facebook, twitter, everywhere, tell your friends and family the truth. Interesting Links: http://www.halos.com/ http://www.icr.org/ http://www.nature.com/news/tiny-diamond-impurity-reveals-water-riches-of-deep-earth-1.14862?WT.ec_id=NEWS-20140318 Experiments in Stratification: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PVnBaqqQw8&list=PLOO3qLy97ctmTkXICadmTwSpqC--msFDR Science and The Bible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fb57xI4dQk&list=PLOO3qLy97ctkfAEGhLM3Ma7RXXYlBSaKA What is the Age of the Earth?: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-gK Modern Technology Which the Bible Predicted Would Be Invented!!: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-MY Does God Exist? Did Science Just Discovered God?: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-Lx Is The God of The Bible The True Creator of the Universe? The Truth Will Shock You!: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-MH How to Become a Christian?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCSUKIhjevo&index=1&list=PLOO3qLy97ctljyMIHhDkXYld81bRf6zKl My Website: http://planetzion.wordpress.com/ My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theplanetzion Creation Seminar 7: Questions and Answers: Come Soon!
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Recorded Oct 21, 2017 4:30-5:30pm at the International Symposium of Quantum Consciousness & Healing in Las Vegas. Watch this and more in-depth talks at http://5DStream.com
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David Innes is a mining heir who finances the experimental "iron mole," an excavating vehicle designed by his elderly inventor friend Abner Perry. In a test run, they discover the vehicle cannot be turned, and it burrows 500 miles into the Earth's crust, emerging into the unknown interior world of Pellucidar. In Burroughs' concept, the Earth is a hollow shell with Pellucidar as the internal surface of that shell. Prologue - 00:00 Chapter 01. Toward the Eternal Fires - 3:10 Chapter 02. A Strange World - 23:29 Chapter 03. A Change of Masters - 43:37 Chapter 04. Dian the Beautiful - 1:00:53 Chapter 05. Slaves - 1:22:06 Chapter 06. The Beginning of Horror - 1:40:20 Chapter 07. Freedom - 1:53:32 Chapter 08. The Mahar Temple - 2:06:02 Chapter 09. The Face of Death - 2:35:06 Chapter 10. Phutra Again- 2:49:33 Chapter 11. Four Dead Mahars - 3:14:30 Chapter 12. Pursuit - 3:27:35 Chapter 13. The Sly One - 3:37:18 Chapter 14. The Garden of Eden - 3:50:04 Chapter 15. Back to Earth - 4:31:05 This is followed by "Pellucidar": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lR5f9w7zhOE
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