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(Economist)   Soviet-era bombs, chemical agents and munitions dumped on the bottom of the Baltic Sea over decades has created a mess more scary than 10 busted Japanese reactors, and no one is paying attention   (economist.com ) divider line
    More: Scary, Baltic Sea, Japanese, chemical weapons, nuclear reactors, dumping, German submarines, toxic wastes, oceanographies  
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2013-11-23 09:55:38 AM  

THE GREAT NAME: Wrencher:a thourough bottom survey


Nothing remarkable there
 
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