They used TNT to dig a Calcium mine near my place, I know they don’t use it all at once.
The hole is about the same size as a ship though.
It can fit over 50 trucks to 100 trucks inside and there were roads to move the calcium ore back out.
This is a newer smaller one.
I read they closed the previous one.
Those are probably limestone, with 50% calcium.
The new one is probably (or, possibly) for cement.
I’m searching for old info, all of which is removed from public searches, and, the last one I did from which I found info is not there at this time yet.
I did save info on it, and quite frankly , at this point, I am also building database to track the info which is being removed because, they also seek to forfeit my information and the information that I pay to register copyright of, in some warfare and other goals they have.
The current Google map shows Russian language, with Google Map showing some procedure to revert back to English language, but , the procedure does not function, and, Google help info refers to Interface and commands which are not currently active.
I am taking screenshots , and could make videos , but, that is nothing new to me, that is why I will take an IT master to design my own hardware to avoid those with patents to hack my work in courts, and the courts trying to steal from me.
Right, the older mine is at least 10 to 50 times the size of the new image above.
You could fit 1 or 2 Titanic in it or more.
Production of refined products increased to 500 tons a day from 200 tons a day, back in the 1960s for $2 million in machinery on the manufacturing plant which is now closed, and , a new company is operating in their place, or, a place nearby.
1 hour later:
The program didn’t show street view, and I now finally managed to get the street view back again.
Yeah, the program is completely stalled now.
It shows some kind of calcium deposit on the road, but it seems to be the wrong road, and some kind of fine gravel road, instead of the original road.
There is goes again, Russian names instead of English.
Furthermore, the previous road now is a gravel road, and, Google Maps doesn’t cover it anymore.
I finally got the Google Satellite view to work.
It seems to have been filled with water, and a lot has been changed, and most of the info is not publicly accessible from simple searches.
3.63 times more is 10,000 tons (or tonnes) divided by 2,750 tons.
It’s hard to tell and I couldn’t find the data I saved a few months ago from that, back again, yet.
It seems that the area is now filled with water or that there is something blocking the top.
There was also none of that grey structure(s) on the left before.
The mine was still opened.
It is also listed as a quarry.
(The system even uploaded the wrong image and I had to fix it after, so, it’s not only a Google limited communication problem).
They definitely spend a lot of money to hide as much as possible.
It’s very hard to find.