Category: Books
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POSTED ON May 22, 2015 BY Rob McLeod

Since 1867, after Alfred Nobel invented dynamite, the basic cycle of hard rock mining has remained constant: drill, blast, much, repeat. What has obviously changed at today’s comparatively massive mines, are the technology, processing and mining methods, all triggered by advances in engineering. I recently read a phenominal book about the most innovative of early… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 03, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Arizona prospector Dave Lowell was born to find hidden treasure. The 87-year-old prospector is probably the world’s best mine finder, having discovered an amazing 17 ore bodies. And as it turns out, he’s a fine writer as well. In his new autobiography, titled Intrepid Explorer, Mr. Lowell vividly recalls a lifetime spent in mining and… Continue Reading

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