We told you before about how there are tons of diamonds in space. There are the ones that swirl around distant stars, and the ones that rain onto the surface of Neptune and Uranus. We even once told you about how diamonds created in the lab are functionally identical to those found underground. Now we're back to tell you that there's yet another needlessly elaborate way to get more diamonds than you could ever possibly need: Just dig a hole 100 miles deep.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas July 31, 2018
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