Wednesday, January 8, 2014


Geologists say April's landslide in the Bingham Canyon open pit copper mine near Salt Lake City was the largest in modern history; it carried 165 million tons of rock to the bottom of the pit, enough to bury Central Park under 66 feet of rubble.

1 comment:

itsplushy said...

how about the people near the area??? i can't image 165 million tons of rocks. tsk! tsk! tsk!