There are a few places on earth where vast bodies of water once stood, such as the Sahara desert. If mining beneath the sea for these manganese
nodules is so difficult, why hasn't anybody tried mining in these places?
Oh I guess I'm not the only one who thought of that, then. Maybe you could have sold the balls if you had formed a legitimate business, then went
Oscar Schindler mode and wined and dined your prospective customers.
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