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'Bomb carbon' from Cold War nuclear tests found in deep ocean trenches

FOXNews.com Monday, 13 May 2019
A new study has found that the nuclear tests performed during the Cold War during the 1950s and 1960s have left a very disturbing legacy on our planet — they have infiltrated the bodies of crustaceans in deep ocean trenches.
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“Bomb carbon” from weapon tests performed decades ago has been found in deep-ocean creatures.

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