Locating a man made tunnel

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I have just done this methodology once to outline a departure burrow from the world's biggest jail in Iraq. It was horrendously moderate, however it worked. The main explanation I did it was that a previous partner demanded that I didn't require the exchanging resistivity framework, yet once on location the base leader truly needed us to confirm the passage area. It took three days to do a study that would have taken a couple of hours with a programmed exchanging framework.

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Since the area is only 10 x 10 meters, why not just get a backhoe and dig trenches across the area?

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gopal123


Why did you retype my previous answer in your own words?
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Re: Locating a man made tunnel

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99thpercentile wrote:
Fri Jan 01, 2021 4:20 pm
gopal123


Why did you retype my previous answer in your own words?
It looks like a spammer.

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