Why you shouldn’t try to run through a minefield
In a world where cars and trucks are now so pervasive, we might be tempted to think that running through a hazardous area could be a fun and safe way to enjoy the outdoors.
But a new study suggests that it might actually be a deadly mistake.
It found that when people run through the minefield of a mine, they may actually make themselves more vulnerable to the mine’s hazards.
This is the conclusion of a team of scientists who have used data from the National Mine Safety and Health Administration (NMSHA) to analyze the safety of running through the vast landscape of the Great Plains.
They found that the mine is a “mimicking the environment and a very dangerous environment” when it comes to running through dangerous terrain.
In the study, published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the team looked at data from 4.6 million runs across the US from 2000 to 2010, looking at how far people could go without any injuries or deaths.
They then examined how safe it was for people to run down mines with the same number of runs as they did when they ran through a normal environment.
To make sure that the results were accurate, the researchers ran a number of models to determine how many people were running through mines in the same amount of time.
The models showed that when a person runs through a field with fewer people, there is more risk.
Running too slowly can be dangerous for people who are not accustomed to running in hazardous conditions, because they can suffer injuries or even die.
But it also makes them more vulnerable.
Running at a high speed can be even more dangerous, because it causes them to overheat and burn their skin.
And, in the case of running too fast, there are risks from colliding with rocks or other obstacles, like power lines or fences, or even falling.
But if a person can run through their field safely without any fatalities, the model shows, the risk is not as high as the one associated with running too slowly.
When it comes down to it, the study authors say, if you want to run safely through a dangerous environment, it doesn’t matter how fast you go.
You only need to be careful, and you should be running in a safe manner.