If you’ve been following the Berlin wall saga, you’ll know the saga is a lot of fun.
And now, for a limited time, we’ve got the inside scoop on the first wall-spanning expedition ever undertaken in the city of Berlin.
And the team behind the expedition are looking to get a lot more people inside the wall to get the most out of it.
The Wall Wall is a group of scientists from the University of Bristol, the University at Albany, and the University College London, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The group has already completed wall-crawling projects at the Great Wall of China and the Wall of Hungary, but they’ve never set foot inside the walls of other countries.
The first attempt will be the most detailed to date.
The team has a list of more than 1,000 criteria they want to meet before they can enter the Berlin walls.
The criteria include: the number of people required to reach the highest point in the wall, and whether or not the wall has a “wall of concrete,” “wall” and “steel” sections that are made of the same material and are protected by a wall of concrete.
The scientists also need to know whether or where to start digging.
They have a team of experts on the ground, who will dig and watch the wall for any signs of construction, and then report back to the team.
The project has already seen two attempts, and one of those times they had to spend a day inside the city walls to do it right.
That meant going to the very edge of the wall and then stopping a little to ensure there were no other humans on the wall.
Then they had the team walk around to check whether the wall was completely sealed off, as well as to ensure no human had been in the area for more than 15 minutes.
“I think what’s really special about the wall is that you have these people who have been inside it for a long time and who have done a lot to make it what it is, and it’s the people that really are at the forefront of this, so I think it’s really important that we have access to them to be able to get to them as quickly as possible,” said team member and physicist Tim Taylor, who has been working on the project since its inception.
The goal is to get people out of the walls as quickly and safely as possible.
“You could get in and out in a minute,” he said.
“So that’s what we’re really focusing on, to get that access as quickly in as many minutes as possible.”
The team is planning to make one or two trips to each wall each week.
“The main goal is getting people in and getting them out as quickly,” Taylor said.
The idea is to have access in the first week or two.
“We need to make sure we’re not getting too far away from our goal,” he explained.
“Then we can go back in and start digging and be able get people through in the second week or so.”
The scientists plan to get out to the walls in October, but first they’ll need a bit of luck.
“This is the first time we’ve been doing it in a city,” Taylor explained.
He hopes that the weather in the cities of Paris and Berlin will be a bit different, and that the people in those cities can also be a little bit more cooperative.
“In terms of the weather, I think that Berlin will probably be much better for us, because we’ll be able see more people.
I think we’re going to see a lot less traffic.”
He said they’re not sure yet if they’ll be allowed to go into the walls, and if they can’t, they’ll use the same procedure that they use at the walls.
“It’s all based on a trust that’s built between the people who live in the walls and us, and we trust that it’s going to be safe for them,” he added.
“That’s the key.”
They’ll also need more supplies than they have now.
“A lot of the materials are in place now, and they’re going all the way through the walls,” Taylor added.
He said there are a lot fewer items that can be used on the inside than the outside, because the walls are made out of steel and concrete.
“But we’re hoping that once we get there, we can find out what materials are really needed,” he stressed.
“Because there are going to always be people that want to dig into these walls, so it’s important that as soon as we can get in there, that we get out.”
So far, they’ve found some things that are useful.
They found a small piece of plastic that can help the scientists make measurements of their position inside the outer wall.
“As soon as you get inside, it’s easy to measure the wall’s thickness and you can see where the steel is