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I'll have one Frozen Nuke, please.

SEWilco (27983) writes | more than 5 years ago

The Military 0

The BBC reports that the United States lost a nuclear bomb in 1968 in the North Atlantic ice. After the bits of crashed aircraft and bombs were picked up from the ice, one bomb was still missing. A submarine failed to find it under the ice. It's still somewhere out there, adding to the ocean's minerals until it gets buried.The BBC reports that the United States lost a nuclear bomb in 1968 in the North Atlantic ice. After the bits of crashed aircraft and bombs were picked up from the ice, one bomb was still missing. A submarine failed to find it under the ice. It's still somewhere out there, adding to the ocean's minerals until it gets buried.

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