Hoopy means really together guy' and frood means 'really amazingly together
guy. Developing his own galactic vernacular for the series was one of Adams'
particular pleasures, from Zaphod's excited cry Freeeow" to using the Prophet ...
Author: Jem Roberts
Publisher: Random House
As a wise ape once observed, space is big – vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly so. However, if you look too closely at space, it becomes nothing but lumps of rock and sundry gases. Sometimes it's necessary to take a step back, and let a few billion years go by, before any of the true wonder and scope of the cosmos becomes apparent. Similarly, the late 20th century author, humorist and thinker Douglas Adams was big – vastly, hugely and thoroughly mind-bogglingly so, both in physical terms, and as a writer who has touched millions of readers, firing up millions of cerebellums all over planet Earth, for over 35 years – and for nearly half of that time, he hasn't even been alive. It would be ridiculous to pretend that Douglas Adams's life and work has gone unexamined since his dismayingly early death at 49 but throughout the decade since the last book to tackle the subject, the universes Adams created have continued to develop, to beguile and expand minds, and will undoubtedly do so for generations to come. An all-new approach to the most celebrated creation of Douglas Adams is therefore most welcome, and The Frood tells the story of Adams's explosive but agonizingly constructed fictional universe, from his initial inspirations to the posthumous sequel(s) and adaptations, bringing together a thousand tales of life as part of the British Comedy movements of the late 70s and 80s along the way. With the benefit of hindsight and much time passed, friends and colleagues have been interviewed for a fresh take on the man and his works.
Geological relationships The Frood-Stobie ore deposit originally cropped out at
surface as gossanous disseminated to semimassive sulfide in QD that is
enveloped by a metabreccia developed by partial melting and metamorphism of
Author: Peter C. Lightfoot
Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada. As the first complete reference on the subject, this book explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite impact, melt sheet formation, differentiation, sulfide immiscibility and metal collection, and the localization of ores by magmatic and post-magmatic processes. The discovery of new ore deposits requires industry and government scientists and academic scholars to have access to the latest understanding of ore formation process models that link to the mineralization of their host rocks. The ore deposits at Sudbury are one of the world’s largest ore systems, representing a classic case study that brings together very diverse datasets and ways of thinking. This book is designed to emphasize concepts that can be applied across a broad range of ore deposit types beyond Sudbury and nickel deposit geology. It is an essential resource for exploration geologists, university researchers, and government scientists, and can be used in rock and mineral analysis, remote sensing, and geophysical applications. Provides the only reference book to focus entirely on the Sudbury Igneous Complex Brings together an understanding of ore deposit and impact melts as a basis for future exploration Authored by a leading expert on the geology of the Sudbury Igneous Complex with 35 years of experience working on nickel sulfide ore deposits
ThoMas frood (1837-1916) prospectors who opened up the great Canadian north
for mining development. Frood, however, was one of an exclusive group who
could claim a major discovery, which in his case was the Sudbury copper and ...
Author: Michael Coulson
Publisher: Harriman House Limited
Category: Business & Economics
THE INDUSTRY THAT FORGED THE MODERN WORLD Throughout history metals and raw materials have underpinned human activity. So it is that the industry responsible for extracting these materials from the ground - mining - has been ever present throughout the history of civilisation, from the ancient world of the Egyptians and Romans, to the industrial revolution and the British Empire, and through to the present day, with mining firms well represented on the world's most important stock indexes including the FTSE100. This book traces the history of mining from those early moments when man first started using tools to the present day where metals continue to underpin economic activity in the post industrial age. In doing so, the history of mining methods, important events, technological developments, the important firms and the sparkling personalities that built the industry are examined in detail. At every stage, as the history of mining is traced from 40,000BC to the present day, the level of detail increases in accordance with the greater social and industrial developments that have played out as time has progressed. This means that a particular focus is given to the period since the industrial revolution and especially the 20th century. A look is also taken into the future in an effort to chart the direction this great industry might take in years to come. Many books have been written about mining; the majority have focused on a particular metal, geographical area, mining event or mining personality, but 'The History of Mining' has a broader scope and covers all of these essential and fascinating areas in one definitive volume.
Simultaneously , we are in the course of sinking three entirely new shafts at
Creighton Mine , Levack Mine , and the Stobie section of the Frood - Stobie Mine
. The combined depth of these three new shafts will total 5,000 feet . We have
Town of Frood Mine (and Stobie) While Frood mine was discovered by Thomas Frood in 1884, it remained until 1889 before mining operations were started by its
new owner, the CCC. After a brief suspension of operations from 1903 to 1911, ...
Author: Oiva W. Saarinen
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
From Meteorite Impact to Constellation City is a historical geography of the City of Greater Sudbury. The story that began billions of years ago encompasses dramatic physical and human events. Among them are volcanic eruptions, two meteorite impacts, the ebb and flow of continental glaciers, Aboriginal occupancy, exploration and mapping by Europeans, exploitation by fur traders and Canadian lumbermen and American entrepreneurs, the rise of global mining giants, unionism, pollution and re-greening, and the creation of a unique constellation city of 160,000. The title posits the book’s two main themes, one physical in nature and the other human: the great meteorite impact of some 1.85 billion years ago and the development of Sudbury from its inception in 1883. Unlike other large centres in Canada that exhibit a metropolitan form of development with a core and surrounding suburbs, Sudbury developed in a pattern resembling a cluster of stars of differing sizes. Many of Sudbury’s most characteristic attributes are undergoing transformation. Its rocky terrain and the negative impact from mining companies are giving way to attractive neighbourhoods and the planting of millions of trees. Greater Sudbury’s blue-collar image as a union powerhouse in a one-industry town is also changing; recent advances in the fields of health, education, retailing, and the local and international mining supply and services sector have greatly diversified its employment base. This book shows how Sudbury evolved from a village to become the regional centre for northeastern Ontario and a global model for economic diversification and environmental rehabilitation.
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THE International Nickel Company of Canada , 1 Limited , operates five
underground mines on the rim of the Sudbury Basin in the northern part of the
Province of Ontario . Four of the mines , the Frood - Stobie , Creighton , Murray
and Garson ...
Mining Methods Part 1 Open Pit Mining I HE Frood-Stobie open pit is located on
the south rim of the Sudbury Basin two miles north of the city of Sudbury in the
province of Ontario, Canada. Open pit mining was started in June, 1938. The first
Railroads us assume that the difference between the current price of the stock ,
around 92 as this is written , and the value we have figured , without the Frood
mine , is the market's appraisal of the Frood mine itself — minus equipment and ...
wards Lord Melchett , described the Frood mine as containing " relatively poor
and rocky ore ” . C. W. Knight , in the report of the Royal Ontario Nickel
Commission , credits the Frood mine with about 43,000,000 tons of ore , but
states that it is ...
An average blast breaks about 12 , 000 tons . The wagon - drill holes are sprung
and loaded Open - Pit Transport On the Mesabi Range V The. One of the two
new electric shovels serving the Frood pit is loading a 21 - cu - yd . ( 35 - ton )
Net current assets were $30,102,999.73 at December 31, 1930, as compared
with $32,231,839.02 at December 31, 1929. Capital expenditures incident to the
development of the Frood mine and construction of accessory plants are
Author: Ontario. Department of MinesPublish On: 1953
The new shaft will allow the exploiting of the lower level ores that are not now
accessible Large scale development for future mining was continued throughout
the year at the deeper levels of the Creighton mine ; at the Frood section of the ...
Author: Ontario. Legislative AssemblyPublish On: 1931
Capital expenditures incident to the development of the Frood mine and
construction of accessory plants are practically completed , and the same may be
said of the programme of additions and betterments in Great Britain . Total capital
10,000,000 tons of high - grade ore were added to the Frood reserves as a result
of development work in the lower levels completed during the year 1929 . Recent
work on the 2,800 - foot level is showing much greater widths and evidence of ...
Author: Ontario. Dept. of Mines and Northern AffairsPublish On: 1954
As a consequence of the heavy war - time drain upon the open pits and of their
large post - war output , we had anticipated that before the end of 1953 it would
be no longer practicable to remove ore from the Frood - Stobie orebody through ...
Author: Ontario. Dept. of Mines and Northern Affairs
Preferred Stock Guide of 5.1 150 No us assume that the difference between the
current price of the stock , around 92 as this is written , and the value we have
figured , without the Frood mine , is the market's appraisal of the Frood NOTE :
Author: Ontario. Legislative AssemblyPublish On: 1917
Legislative Assembly. The Frood and Stobie ore bodies may be described under
one heading since they occur along a more or less continuous zone of
mineralization , which has a length of about two miles and a maximum width of
900 feet .
Only Dr Thorndyke, a master of detection, may be able to solve the baffling mystery of Angelina Frood.
Author: R. Austin Freeman
Publisher: House of Stratus
A beautiful young woman is in shock. She calls John Strangeways, a medical lawyer who must piece together the strange disparate facts of her case and in turn, becomes fearful for his life. Only Dr Thorndyke, a master of detection, may be able to solve the baffling mystery of Angelina Frood.
Author: Ontario. Legislative AssemblyPublish On: 1930
10 , 000 , 000 tons of high - grade ore were added to the Frood reserves as a
result of development work in the lower levels completed during the year 1929 .
Recent work on the 2 , 800 - foot level is showing much greater widths and