Actually they had to abandon this concept, as ice is not a solid, and constantly in motion, therefore not suitable for base construction. Over the
course of just a few years some of their ceilings had drooped by 1.5 meters.
The wiki page on Project Iceworm has most of the information.
I have heard something of this. It would not surprise me if there were more underground bases globally that we don't have an inkling about. Makes
sense really with the Cold War years and now with the world being so unstable it is sadly a matter of when not if a nuke is set off by terrorists or a
regional or global nuclear war.
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