Norway’s $47BN Coastal Highway

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  • Deutschland Hamburg
    Deutschland Hamburg8 orë më parë

    If they build a street in norway that Ruins the last Pice of nature in the World i'll cry

  • Ahmad Kamran
    Ahmad KamranDitë më parë

    Very costly Nonsense project

    MASTER GINGERDitë më parë

    Im from Norway, and i find this crazy, but im happy if they can do it, love to all countries and races!

  • Roger Ivy
    Roger IvyDitë më parë

    who is the person narrating, what is his name pls? He is one of the best i've heard , very neutral, which mean perfect.

  • Trevor Gross
    Trevor GrossDitë më parë

    5:10 they said the 3700 meter bridge would be double the length of the world’s current longest bridge - but no way is that true. The Mackinaw bridge is 8000m and I know it’s not even the longest anymore (though i think it might still be the longest cabled suspension bridge)

  • Jeff Friedberg
    Jeff Friedberg2 ditë më parë

    I do NOT like the floating pontoon idea. What happens if something hits one of the pontoons and twists the tunnel?

  • Hubertus VV
    Hubertus VV3 ditë më parë

    Norway: planning to build a coastal highway China: since 2011 builds 6000 miles of highways every year...

  • Chris Church
    Chris Church4 ditë më parë

    Those numbers used to seem big, but the way the US is printing and throwing trillions around $100b is like pocket change.

  • the running man
    the running man4 ditë më parë


  • Wade Anderson
    Wade Anderson4 ditë më parë

    This will end up costing 3 times the estimate and taking 3 time as long as planned.

  • Thijs Hanema
    Thijs Hanema5 ditë më parë


  • 张畏寒
    张畏寒5 ditë më parë

    This reminds me Death Stranding

  • Europa Viking
    Europa Viking6 ditë më parë

    39billons dollar it cost

  • Europa Viking
    Europa Viking6 ditë më parë

    the have start it

  • james pisano
    james pisano7 ditë më parë


  • danceswithcarsdc
    danceswithcarsdc7 ditë më parë

    All the CGI is summer Time, what happens with all the Floating and Freezing/ reFreezing ICE?

  • Zimnie Icon
    Zimnie Icon8 ditë më parë

    Ahaa Beautiful.

  • TheGhostOf RoyClark
    TheGhostOf RoyClark8 ditë më parë

    If these politicians(see Obama new home), and nations(see Norway here) really believe in “climate change” why are they building close to and buying up coastal properties in droves the way they are???

  • TheGhostOf RoyClark

    TheGhostOf RoyClark

    7 ditë më parë

    @EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos In the case of Norway it is understandable, but companies/corporations are not pulling back from coastal development worldwide, and if they were truly convinced that climate change

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    in Norway you can hardly build anywhere else than at the coastline or nearby. More than 80% of Norway's population lives within 6 miles from the coastline. The entire country is mountainious...

  • James Lee
    James Lee8 ditë më parë

    Has any on seen those ALthe videos of ships crashing into things.

  • sADYc
    sADYc8 ditë më parë

    That was 2018... now, the Polish workers that suppose to build it left, NAV did not payed their social benefits, and i am just wondering it Morten or Rune will leave the "home office" life and start building something with their bare hands :)

  • Wolf oftheRiverbed
    Wolf oftheRiverbed8 ditë më parë


  • sk sk
    sk sk8 ditë më parë


  • mt2mgames
    mt2mgames8 ditë më parë

    6:25 ah ha!! he used a double-negative

    SOCIAL DISTANCE CLUB9 ditë më parë

    may be this project won't end forever.

  • Aidan Waite
    Aidan Waite9 ditë më parë


  • haru
    haru9 ditë më parë

    yup that sounds quite brunost to me

  • Alexander
    Alexander10 ditë më parë

    Sounds amazing, reality is norwegians stand in heavy traffic jam every day. And there so called " high way " is 2 lanes only :D

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    "eality is norwegians stand in heavy traffic jam every day" I never experienced any kind of traffic jam in Norway lol

  • Neil Cooke
    Neil Cooke10 ditë më parë

    Very Impressive, but I feel they are missing an opportunity here. Why not include a Hyperloop train tunnel in the construction now even though the technology is still being developed. Its inevitable that Hyperloop trains will take over the the near future, so it would it not be prudent and cost effective to have the basic infrastructure in place. This could be further enhanced etc. as the technology improves.

  • Neil Cooke

    Neil Cooke

    7 ditë më parë

    @EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos, from what I understand, Hyperloop systems work on vacuum tunnels, no tracks are actually involved, they float. Inclines would not have much affect. I was just thinking of all the pre-contraction savings that might be possible if the basic tunnel was incorporated until the full technology was available. Fully appreciate the extra costs now, but massive savings for the future maybe.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    trains tracks can't go as tight turns and as steep inclines as roads do, the project would be a multiple more expensive even if it was a single track line

  • marriedtoghost
    marriedtoghost10 ditë më parë

    this aint helping my fear of tunnels

  • Jon Snow
    Jon Snow10 ditë më parë

    There are multiple asteroid passing by closer and closer to earth so lets build a huge underground bunker. How can we do it stealth not alarming the world's population? Pretend that we dig a tunnel across some mountains. Welcome to Norway.

    ANGRON10 ditë më parë

    Floating anything is a disaster waiting to happen.

  • Wanda Yvette
    Wanda Yvette10 ditë më parë

    Wow, fascinating

  • Francisco Guzman
    Francisco Guzman10 ditë më parë

    Long tunnels make no sense as will ruin the country. A balanced solution above ground-underground-bridges... Will work perfecrtly.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    Ditë më parë

    @Francisco Guzman the necessary length of the tunnel is determined by the mountain or water you want to pass through or under. Has nothing to do with luxury but with plain normal and necessary infrastructure. Some mountain passes can be passed during winter, so you go underneath through a tunnel. Some ferry links are taking long time and are very weather depending, so you build a fixed link via tunnel to provide a quicker road connection no matter of the weather conditions As I mentioned the actual problems in earlier comments already, that in fact is a cost factor for companies and the local economy " run away from spending huge amounts in tunnels" look at Germany, they are building several large tunnels projects. The tunnel linking Germany and Denmark will be built, an entire tunnel network to re-arrange the railnetwork around the new central station in the city of Stuttgart and further rail tunnels to cover the up/downhill passage of the Swabian Mountains with high speed rail linking Stuttgart and Ulm halfways towards Munich. On the same passage the existing highway will be replaced by a series of wide and straight highway tunnels. Also a series of highway tunnels and seperate rail and HSR tunnels were completed in the past years to go through the mountain range of the Thuringian Forest in central Germany. They had alternatives for every of the mentioned places before, with detours or slower roads, slower railroads or slower ferries instead, but it still became necessary. "If you are an individual currently living within the affected areas then your opinion is BIASED and totally worthless." ... no, I don't live in Norway at all. Any in the area of Germany where I live you hardly find any tunnels, and most of the few which are around are some short inner city tunnels which don't cut through mountain ranges, so I'm not affected by any of the mentioned tunnel projects "I don't care where do you Norway spend your money" well according to your comments it must be a pretty big deal for you, otherwise you won't bother and wouldn't post all this ^^

  • Francisco Guzman

    Francisco Guzman

    6 ditë më parë

    @EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos dude! you cannot tell me what I can opine or not. Tunnels are crazy expensive and too long ones are unnecessary, it is just a luxury infra feature. Not many countries are able to pay such a crazy expensive project, just on "must" And unavoidable scenarios, in a tiny percentage. Most of the developed countries run away from spending huge amounts in tunnels, I mean most of the developed countries would like to do more tunnels but they are unable to do so as they cannot afford them becauss they are insanely expensive "regardless of how good its technical solution is and how handy and useful they could be". If you are an individual currently living within the affected areas then your opinion is BIASED and totally worthless. I am a spaniard dude with profound knowledge in building construction and infrastructure (just roads and bridges within towns, out of the towns is civil scope not me). therefore since I am spaniard I don't care where do you Norway spend your money.... I just give my UNBIASED opinion with 0.0 caring with the final tunnels decision and or outcomes. Best regards and goodwill.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    6 ditë më parë

    @Francisco Guzman no, it's called not knowing the real circumstances and demand there

  • Francisco Guzman

    Francisco Guzman

    6 ditë më parë

    @EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos my statement is called "Sustainability Factor".

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    @Francisco Guzman ANY infrastructure project in Norway will serve only an even smaller amount of people, still some things have to be improved and a low population is no argument against improving and expanding existing and old infrastructure; like tunnels need to be built to avoid mountain passes and keep mainroad traffic off from tiny old sideroads for example. I came across situations where it was faster for trucks to take a 10 hour detour on the road instead of waiting in line to finally get onto the ferry which would take way shorter. That's how uneffective smaller ferries can get during high season in the summer. Same with the Lofast project ... there are just 25,000 people living there but they still had to improve the one and only link onto the archipelago as it's a busy road; Same with the E6 salt mountain ramps expansion ... only 395,000 people live north of it and most people will likely not drive it, but it still was necessary due to safety on THE country's mainroad. Any project is expensive there when you calculate it down to local population ...

  • Julius Elame
    Julius Elame11 ditë më parë

    3:06 Narrator: Pronounces "Bjørnafjorden" as it should be. Me: Bi-Jorna-fi-jorden.😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • Ruben Emblem
    Ruben Emblem11 ditë më parë

    This video has 3x more views than the entire Norwegian population

  • Bengt Storetvedt
    Bengt Storetvedt11 ditë më parë

    The longest road tunnel in the world is in western Norway (laerdal tunnel) and there is already a long subsea tunnel in the stavanger area (Ryfast).

  • Graem Elliott
    Graem Elliott11 ditë më parë

    who is paying for all this? Citizens of Norway must be really rich and have super high taxes

  • Bengt Storetvedt

    Bengt Storetvedt

    11 ditë më parë

    The state and tolls instead of a ferry ticket.

  • Wintercourse
    Wintercourse11 ditë më parë

    Man can't wait to watch the disaster movies that come from this.

  • Randy G
    Randy G11 ditë më parë

    Poppycock! That'd never happen, cuz we'ze only can drill tunnels at 6inchs a week which makes it...well, impossible! Too bad there's not hidden technology's that would make this a moot point, but if there was...DUMBS, and nobody wants that! Especially the children!

  • h4nz man
    h4nz man12 ditë më parë

    I wonder how much maintenance this monster will cost.

  • Jon-Terje Bjørnerud
    Jon-Terje Bjørnerud12 ditë më parë

    Living right at Rogfast it's mixed feelings about the project. Yes, we can travel to Stavanger from Haugalandet during storms when ferries can't run, but the cost of doing so in Road Toll tax is high, about 40$ each way makes it quite expensive. We shall see when it's done, it makes for an interesting project for sure. (Writing this in 2021 and it's a loooong way to go as it's estimated complete in 2031)

  • TheAmateurAsian
    TheAmateurAsian12 ditë më parë

    Honestly, 2 billion dollars for that is an amazing deal.

  • ed secce
    ed secce12 ditë më parë

    If you build a tunnel the members of the beautiful religion probably blow it up as soon as they can.

  • The Macallan
    The Macallan12 ditë më parë

    Will be still ferrys because also in Norway corruption is at the highest level. Ferry company are owned or share holders by rich norwegians, you think government will eliminate them? 1100km highway and you need 21hours to drive it, wonder what the limit will be. It is a well known fact that norwegians are one of the most unskills drivers i ever seen. The limit on the highway must be between 55-65 km/h if 1100km is need 21 hours to drive it.

  • Madwyn
    Madwyn12 ditë më parë


  • DiZh0
    DiZh013 ditë më parë

    Wtf is happening at 2:25. Emergency area on the right, emergency exit on the left? You're joking right? Nobody noticed? Or nobody bothered telling the architect of that slight blunder?

  • Counter Top
    Counter Top13 ditë më parë

    The «deepest and longest» underwater tunnel «Ryfast» is already largely done and in use😁 travelling through it daily. All you nonbelievers get a piece of that. Edit: nvm, they’re talking about rogfast, which is quite alot larger. Still Ryfast is quite large and right next to where Rogfast will bez

  • Cool technician
    Cool technician13 ditë më parë

    Lol they can’t even maintain the regular roads and neither keep up with the building of the required infrastructure, I really doubt this project will come to its completion

  • S R
    S R13 ditë më parë

    Sould a ship hit one of the floating pontoons... ?

  • I AM ZIM!!
    I AM ZIM!!13 ditë më parë

    Doesn't seem very Gozilla proof

  • Joseph Smith
    Joseph Smith13 ditë më parë

    I love how “global warming” and the “climate crisis” factors into these plans with sea levels rising. What does Greta Thunberg think of these plans? Or is she only lecturing the United States on how many hamburgers we should eat per month?

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    in Norway there's hardly any other place than close to the coast where you can build villages and cities. More than 80% of the country's population live within 6 miles form the coastline; Of course that's where infrastructure will be then; However within shortest of distances the ground level is way above sea level already, most places in Norway will not be affected of rising sea levels for decades or centuries

  • Mike Kearney
    Mike Kearney13 ditë më parë

    What a colossal waste.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    @Mike Kearney few companies? Pretty much every single company in the area which moves freight will profit from it. How would it steal the job of the trucker which will drive down the road no matter it takes the ferry in between or avoids the ferry by going through or tunnel or over a bridge? What about the new jobs created with the maintenance or roads, tunnels and bridges? You know how much it takes to operate a ferry at low volume travel times? How much fuel and further operational costs it takes when a ferry goes back and forth being literally empty? Even 2 trucks and 5 cars won't cover it, but due to the schedule the ferry will still go back and forth. And during summer time trucks would regularly miss ferries as they are too packed with tourists, causing delivery delays over and over again

  • Mike Kearney

    Mike Kearney

    7 ditë më parë

    @EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos Why don’t you “invest” a few extra of your millions instead of robbing the average Swen. Also assess the few companies who will profit from it. You want to steal the jobs of the little guy, the trucker and ferry worker, and put the money in the hands of conglomerates who probably aren’t Norwegian. So instead of a working class, you want an unemployed class to be on the public dole. Of course this will further jack up your already obscene tax rates. Since you’ve “thought “ this through, you’re a modern day Robin Hood robbing the laborers, and feeding the fat cats who’ll spend their largess partially out of Norway.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    not really, it's rather called investiment which meets the demand

  • Gry Williams
    Gry Williams13 ditë më parë

    Simple solution....bulldoze a couple of mountains in the fjord. Build a small bridge and then a flat road where the mountain used to be, create some decent waterside real estate: Job done!!

  • Go Daddio TV
    Go Daddio TV14 ditë më parë

    I could have sub-contracted out Construction for a billion less. 😉

  • Pleasureincontempt
    Pleasureincontempt14 ditë më parë

    Assets are nothing. Public funding will go to the wayside when it becomes simple upkeep. The United States are learning this the hard way. Paying the, “iron price” so to speak.

  • reino kukkamaa
    reino kukkamaa14 ditë më parë

    The French are building that plant in Finland and are hopelessly late. They finally finished it

  • rolback
    rolback14 ditë më parë

    Will they use solar power cranes and electric tractors to build it? We don’t want to become extinct in 8 years because of climate change.

  • Tron Life on the Grid
    Tron Life on the Grid14 ditë më parë

    Mother Nature - Ok, you can try that. However, when the Rent Due.. I will take it all back.

  • TheBrewmore 26
    TheBrewmore 2614 ditë më parë

    Waste that money..... destroy that earth👊🔥💯

  • Qubk0
    Qubk014 ditë më parë

    The fact that the richest person in the world could afford all this 4 times is just insane

  • dunnobutwayne
    dunnobutwayne14 ditë më parë

    submerged floating tunnel sounds like nightmare... easy target for sabotage or accidents... ships can sink or get out of control (suez)

  • Costa Georgiou
    Costa Georgiou14 ditë më parë


  • jessie_fun
    jessie_fun14 ditë më parë

    Imagine being claustrophobic and driving through a tunnel kms beneath ocean that goes on for 100s of Km in one stretch.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    it won't be that long ... wasn't stated anywhere

  • Anastasia Mitsos
    Anastasia Mitsos14 ditë më parë

    Mega Project! Great Engineers 👌 intelligent people!!

  • JCAH1
    JCAH114 ditë më parë

    I can not see how any massive floating bridge could possibly withstand the continuous stresses and movement caused by tides, winds and storms, especially if some elements of the floating bridge were above water. Even a totally submerged floating bridge that was tethered to the ocean bed would be subject to continuously varying stresses and micromovements. Given time, any reinforced concrete will crack and fail under those conditions, and a crack in a submerged bridge obviously means that the tunnels would flood.

  • Just Nobody
    Just Nobody14 ditë më parë

    Did the Norwegian gorvernment asked every single citizen to approve this 'dumb' megaproject?

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    why dumb? it's called investment which meets the demand

  • Ramazan Magomajev
    Ramazan Magomajev14 ditë më parë


  • Nicholas GQ
    Nicholas GQ15 ditë më parë

    Who is watching this in 2022?

  • Nicholas GQ
    Nicholas GQ15 ditë më parë

    And how is the project now, finished?

  • S Ö D D R

    S Ö D D R

    14 ditë më parë

    in 2026

  • Ph!1thy M!1es
    Ph!1thy M!1es15 ditë më parë


  • Ph!1thy M!1es
    Ph!1thy M!1es15 ditë më parë

    Telephone on the opposite side of the road of the layway? Hope that was just a mixup by the animator!

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    escape tunnels are always to the left, but you can see the telephone box to the right

  • Emil Hoff
    Emil Hoff15 ditë më parë

    "Trondheim in the north"

  • Useful Eater
    Useful Eater15 ditë më parë

    All that for 2 billion? Done. Sold.

  • Christopher Gleason
    Christopher Gleason15 ditë më parë

    Where is Kratos when you need him???

  • flexiblematthew
    flexiblematthew15 ditë më parë


  • flexiblematthew
    flexiblematthew15 ditë më parë


  • downbntout
    downbntout15 ditë më parë

    Carved by glassiers - made me imagine a horde of glass-carving trollfolk!

  • Ronnie
    Ronnie16 ditë më parë

    .. so that two little towns can be faster reachable they are building an infrastructure for the price to equal of connecting Paris and London. Who needs highwaysas the current infrastructure is perfect as it is, sized to the population living there and fitting nicely in the beautiful landscape of the most beautiful country on this planet. Prestige and status, nothing else.

  • EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    EnjoyFirefighting - International Emergency Response Videos

    7 ditë më parë

    " the current infrastructure is perfect as it is" it definetly is NOT. It isn't for commuter, it isn't for truckers, it isn't for the masses of tourists in the summer, it just isn't suitable for the much higher demand at all

  • Gregarious Solitudinist
    Gregarious Solitudinist16 ditë më parë

    With the tremendous pressure to eliminate road miles in the United States due to 'climate change', embarking on a traffic project of this magnitude seems confounding. It will save hours of traveling time, however, usage will most probably increase significantly.

  • Jerreinemy
    Jerreinemy16 ditë më parë

    seems like a disater waiting to happen

  • Dumb Dumb Gum Gum
    Dumb Dumb Gum Gum16 ditë më parë

    Yo Elon boring company

  • Lee Owen
    Lee Owen16 ditë më parë

    Ragnar Lothbrok?

  • itowmyhome
    itowmyhome16 ditë më parë

    I see a huge potential for that sweet cost over run money for decades to come

  • Antonio Vitolla
    Antonio Vitolla16 ditë më parë


  • Tommy Olsen
    Tommy Olsen16 ditë më parë

    It’s going to be very expensive to drive this road. Probably 5000 kr one way, from start to finish.

  • Tommy Olsen
    Tommy Olsen16 ditë më parë

    What a waste of money 🙃

  • Bakkeguy
    Bakkeguy16 ditë më parë

    It’s kinda weird that Norway is building a massive road when they always brag about being environmentally friendly? Like wtf

  • Rimrock300


    16 ditë më parë

    Ever heard about electric cars? Driving on roads? Norway is likely the leader in getting more and more eletric cars on the roads, hydrogen vehicles and so on.

  • Silvi Blue
    Silvi Blue16 ditë më parë

    Слънчи це мое да Си авти да бъде. Сега да си. Да мило

  • Santos Speed Shop Day Care & Assisted Living
    Santos Speed Shop Day Care & Assisted Living16 ditë më parë

    Welcome to Norway where we consider every possible solution.

  • One Wheel Appeal
    One Wheel Appeal16 ditë më parë

    Biden will pay for it he's throwing money around like he's Nigga rich

  • One Wheel Appeal

    One Wheel Appeal

    15 ditë më parë

    @Zuurker U believe me there are a lot of people right now that asked why the hell did I vote for Biden I hear that all the time

  • Zuurker U

    Zuurker U

    16 ditë më parë

    You mean like what Trump did. Infrastructure investments are good.

  • assnw assnd
    assnw assnd17 ditë më parë

    Fam, which ever option you choose your ass will sweat while driving there.

  • Vincent Ang
    Vincent Ang17 ditë më parë

    Road vehicles but no train?

  • Rimrock300


    16 ditë më parë

    Train is not very economical solution in a country like Norway, so no new lines are planed. Few people, not very urbanized, long distances, rough terrain. Endless number of studies have been done.

  • Christopher X
    Christopher X17 ditë më parë

    Not an easy country to build roads in, Norway (and it shows when you drive there). Still, having copiuos amounts of oil helps.

  • Thierry Miné
    Thierry Miné17 ditë më parë

    Ils ont oublié les camions sur l’animation....

  • memmnock
    memmnock17 ditë më parë

    Norway can fund this very easily as they have saved and invested their oil money to the tune of $1 trillion unlike england who stole scotlands oil and not saved 1pence but independence will change this soon 😍😍😍

  • Abby Thorsen Ege

    Abby Thorsen Ege

    13 ditë më parë

    The longest of these tunnels is Rogfast, its being built right now, 27km if i remember correctly, not 100s of km. *though that would be cool x3

  • Brendon Noble
    Brendon Noble17 ditë më parë

    Or they could invest all that money in ferry or hovercraft technology and not have to ruin their land.

  • Rimrock300


    16 ditë më parë

    It's always great sitting in front of a keybord, telling people on the other side of the world what is best too them. Thanks.

    HAPPY VLOGS17 ditë më parë


  • Jakel666
    Jakel66617 ditë më parë

    damn you Norway! now we have to build something even BIGGER in Denmark .... Copenhargen - Moscow brigde maby

  • Kristopher De Tar
    Kristopher De Tar17 ditë më parë

    We put way to much value on car travel and freedom. These methods look good on paper but insane in reality. A suspended underwater tunnel ? Really ??

  • Rimrock300


    17 ditë më parë

    The suspended underwater tunnel was one of the ideas. Think they now want to go for a 'floating bridge' on that crossing

  • Hmz Smll
    Hmz Smll17 ditë më parë

    Those vikings are insane

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