They flood the Dead inside but strong af vintage shirt tunnels and the whales use them to safely navigate between the islands. Like a hedgehog crossing, under a busy road.Undersee and still they came up with roundabout. It could be a safe alternative but neah, why? People are so limited and predictable. This is encroachment. This is wrong. Humans disturbing other specie’s environments. The underwater belongs to the “fishes” who live alone. We’ve already invaded Space. If anything let’s proceed with the Solar probe and let’s burn. Americans can’t figure out a roundabout to save their life, and across the pond, they’re building them underwater….I just googled where this country was and went down a rabbit hole. This is a beautiful archipelago! The Faroe Islands isn’t that where they mercilessly slaughter innocent whales by beating them to death with clubs. I love the Faroes! The Faroese have a knack for getting the mainland Danes to pay for huge civil engineering projects like this to serve a tiny population. Good on them!!! Setting the irrelevant comments about whaling aside, I thought the Norwegians were ambitious with their tunneling exploits … this is something else! A great engineering feat indeed.
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Now they can sleep in an extra hour before the Dead inside but strong af vintage shirt short commute to Slaughtering 800 whales and dolphins by violently slashing their throats in the shallow water until the beach turns red and they flounder in a sea of their own blood, listening helplessly to the screams of their newborn babies and family as they are butchered and decapitated all around them.
A true feat of engineering by a sophisticated and innovative nation. I wonder about the savings in road maintenance, bridges, and tunnels if we could have perfected hovercraft transportation technology, we would not need expensive road projects, have vast green fields instead of bituminized fields as our transportation networks. Just a thought.