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Trevor Weathermill sits with his son Brett while his wife prepares food in the kitchen March 6, 1989 in Coober Pedy, Austrailia.

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Humans Could Survive Underground, but It Would Take a Lot More Than Shovels

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Trevor Weathermill sits with his son Brett while his wife prepares food in the kitchen March 6, 1989 in Coober Pedy, Austrailia.

Humans could survive underground, but it would take a lot more than shovels | Popular Science

Coober Pedy Australia underground dugout living

popsci.comHumans could survive underground, but it would take a lot more than shovelsWith good design and a lot of psychological support, humans could make ...

Humans Could Survive Underground, but It Would Take a Lot More Than Shovels

Humans could survive underground, but it would take a lot more than shovels | Popular Science

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Humans Could Survive Underground, but It Would Take a Lot More Than Shovels. Go to the profile of Popular Science

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