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So instead of a bridge we should invest in some cutting edge technology to link Scotland and Ireland.We could call it a “floating motorised short bridge” and have lots of them connecting the Scottish and Irish coasts at frequent and regular intervals.
I mean, where else could the extra calcium dumped in our urine be coming from, but from our bones?
The biggest problem however, isn’t the lack of infrastructure. It’s estimated that the Beaufort’s Dyke contains over a million tonnes of munitions, dumped there by the War Office and its successor the Ministry of Defence between the end of WW1 and the mid 1970s.
As well as conventional weaponry like artillery shells, the Dyke was also used as a dumping ground for incendiary bombs containing phosphorus which ignite on contact with air, as well as chemical weapons, including mustard gas, tear gas, phosgene, and the nerve agents tabun and sarin. The dumping zone extends off the coast of the Rhins of Galloway, along the full length of the peninsula.
But there’s only no evidence because no one has looked for it.
Britain’s toxic legacy is preventing Scotland developing to its full potential.