17 August 2007

KingCast has a quick question about the Utah mine disaster:

How does it come to pass that we can put men and women on the Moon and beyond, and keep pinpoint accuracy of their whereabouts as they hurtle through the galaxy at thousands of miles per hour, yet we have no clue how to find missing miners a few thousand feet away. Maybe our priorities are a bit askance, no?

I have mentioned this on prior occasion.

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