Moving water

Rolf Coppens
June 18th 2006

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Libyan deserts are one of the hottest places on earth. That's why they are making a river to them. The project known as Great Man-Made River is "an enormous, long-term undertaking to supply the country's needs by drawing water from aquifers beneath the Sahara and conveying it along a network of huge underground pipes."
Although some people suspect it to be a underground tunnel network for the movement of military stuff.

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