What does the undersea world of the internet look like? This:
Click the image to see the full size version at The Guardian.
Remarkable “coincidence” that three cables to the Mideast were cut in one week, eh? (wink, wink)
The sequential breaking of submarine submarine cables in 1929 led to the understanding of turbidity currents (triggered by an earthquake off Nova Scotia). Perhaps curious sedimentologists are trying to learn something in the Mideast.
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