[okfn-labs] Demonstrations of resource extraction tools
_ at thomaslevine.com
Fri Apr 17 16:20:05 UTC 2015
OMG the German mining museum is like the place ever.
On 14 Apr 07:20, Thomas Levine wrote:
> Thanks! Most of those are in the wrong place or time. Except for the
> Gazweiler lookout point, of which a picture is attached! It will be a
> bit out-of-the-way for me, but I might go anyway.
> On 14 Apr 08:36, Friedrich Lindenberg wrote:
> > Tom,
> > that is some heavy-weight associative thinking here.
> > In any case, seems like there are a bunch of touring options available:
> > http://www.rwe.com/web/cms/de/614900/besichtigungsmoeglichkeiten-und-onlinebuchung/
> > http://www.bergbau-technik-park.de/park/der-park-im-ueberblick/
> > http://www.ausflugsziele-nrw.net/tagebau-garzweiler/
> > Cheers,
> > - Friedrich
> > On Tue, Apr 14, 2015 at 3:38 AM, Thomas Levine <_ at thomaslevine.com> wrote:
> > > Today or the next day, I'm going to go to the Rhineland, and
> > > I really really want to see big earthmoving equipment, like a
> > > bucket-wheel excavator.
> > > http://www.takraf.com/de/produkte/Tagebauanlagen/Schaufelradbagger.htm
> > >
> > > I asked a Takraf sales agent about seeing one. It's not like they
> > > give tours, so that probably won't happen. I might have to settle
> > > for the mining museum.
> > > http://www.bergbaumuseum.de/
> > >
> > > Does anyone have ideas about where I could legally visit some
> > > literal earthmoving equipment?
> > >
> > > I ask on this list because of the frequent discussion on metaphorical
> > > data mining.
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