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Bingham Canyon Mine is the largest man-made excavation in the world. It has been in production since 1906, and features a pit almost one kilometre deep and 4km wide.
“This is something that we had anticipated,” Bennett told Deseret News.
“We knew the slide was imminent. We had relocated machinery, we had rerouted roads, we had rerouted utilities, we had rerouted buildings.”

The current Au/Ag liquidation is a god damn bloodbath. The timing of this PM take-down coinciding with the landslide is probably coincidence but it would be nearly impossible to hold down gold without silver. Shorts are covering as the ocean disappears – head for high ground.