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Posted 13 July 2019 - 02:44 PM
Tens of millions of unexploded WWI bombs still litter the fields of eastern France one hundred years after the war ended. And people still die when they accidentally explode - farmers, collectors, and occasionally even members of the de-mining teams sent to defuse and destroy them.
VICE News embeds with a bomb squad in Metz, near some of the deadliest battlefields of Verdun, as they go about their grave, daily mission driving to farms to gather unexploded bombs, defuse them, or safely blow them up on the spot
Nothing new. Also he withheld a lot of really useful info, like that neutron stars are really useful for fast travel across the galaxy while white dwarfs are absolutely NOT, as they are way more dangerous and only offer a 1,5x the jump range. If he wants, I can take him to see some, I have two spare seats in both my explo ships.