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Comment: Re:Well and good... but mines (Score 2) 31

by PRMan (#49268539) Attached to: Laser Imaging Drone To Hunt Out Unexploded Bombs In War-Torn Nations

They already have their low-tech ways.

A friend of mine said that in Afghanistan after the war with Russia, when they bought a new piece of land they would just let their sheep and goats graze all over it unattended for a few days. If one of them found a mine, they were dinner.

Comment: Re:Didn't you get the memo? (Score 2) 320

Actually, it is more and more the case. Scientists recently "voted" to accept the 65-million year dinosaur extinction. If you see how little evidence there is for that, it is scientifically untenable to perform science this way--as a political popularity contest.

Nothing in progression can rest on its original plan. We may as well think of rocking a grown man in the cradle of an infant. -- Edmund Burke