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Treasure hunting is known for a lot of things but one of them is the undeniable fact that now and again every person and team will hit a snag that they can’t seem to move past. This coming season it’s the granite boulder that they found blocking what they think could be the Money Pit. While they’ve believed that the Pit was elsewhere on the island this huge roadblock seems to have them convinced that it’s hiding something very valuable behind it. Skeptics just coming around to the show might want to learn the history of Oak Island before casting any doubt, particularly since the team has been finding artifacts all over the island since they began searching. There have been plenty of problems throughout the history of the dig but this is one that the guys seem to think sonic drilling could be useful for, as their other drill shattered when they attempted to use it to chew through the granite boulder. That of course presents a very real problem and one that needs to remedied quickly.
There are a few things to consider however as they look into using the sonic drilling method.
Strength - Drill - Strength - Boulder
The strength of the drill vs. the strength of the boulder.
There’s no telling just how thick the boulder is or if there are any visible weak points that can be relied upon. While these guys have learned and done a lot in their time and know how to get around obstacles in their path this is one that is going to take some careful consideration. After watching a demo on a sonic drill going through a granite block that was only centimeters thick and not possibly many feet thick as the boulder has to be, it seems as though it might take a good amount of time...
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