1. How Glowing Soil Can Help Find Land Mines | Innovation | Smithsonian

    How Glowing Soil Can Help Find Land Mines | Innovation | Smithsonian

    In a time when there is much talk of a “Mother of All Bombs” and the possibility of a conflict involving nuclear weapons, a landmine can seem an artifact of conflicts past, a weapon that has little to do with mass destruction.

    And yet, the prosaic device continues to induce its own form of terror around the world, sometimes long after wars have ended. In 2015, the number of people killed or maimed by land mines and other explosive remnants of war rose to 6,461, an increase of 75 percent, according to the 2016 Landmine Monitor. The big jump ...

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    1. Once you know where a mine is, it's not that difficult to neutralize it.
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