Monday, 2 December 2013

Earth Words

Earth Words

Explosive archeology is the latest trend in the field of history. The basic theory is that at seedtime, salt and dynamite are planted beside usual seeds in the mud of the desired area. The sustenance of the soil will feed the plants and beetles consume any excess growth. By autumn, the plants bloom, bringing artifacts inside the flowers. These then explode as they mature, allowing the artifacts to fall gently to the ground, all done in the natural element and eradicating the need for excessive digging. Success levels are surprising!

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