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Russia Wants To Build A Tunnel To Alaska

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It almost sounds like the plot to a movie… But the Russian government hopes to make a trans-continental tunnel a reality.

I guess this proves that the world is becoming more and more connected!

According to the London Times, the hope is to get businesses and the US government on board to dig a 64 mile tunnel to connect Siberia with Alaska.

The idea is that a railway, oil pipeline, and fiber optic cables would help build a better business relationship.

The cost? An estimated $65 billion!

But… Just think of how much Vodka can be transported!

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