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Look at the pictures. The failure wasn't at the "pillars" but was at the bank.gummo wrote:Nonetheless, I am not an engineer, but I would think that a stronger bridge would have oval, egg-shaped, or football-shaped pillar under it for support than the block-like rectangular pillars. Oval shapes are stronger than rectangles. That's why VW bugs are safer than other cars their size.
Yes, I agree. I did not think someone on here thought that it was more than the airplanes that took down the twin towers. It's rare that I find someone who believes in the Twin Tower conspiracy. Are they still looking for those indestructible "black" boxes? I should have used the Titanic as an example instead of the Twin Towers.chumley wrote:Well, a plane crash didn't bring down the twin towers either. :STP: :roll:
Are we officially off-topic yet?
Thanks Joe - I kinda thought as much. Let's keep it a secret though, so that a proportion will still use the work-around. Thanks again!joe bartels wrote:@hikeaz On August 1st 9am westbound & Aug 7th 4pm eastbound we didn't slow down in either direction. The south side has been paved over to north so each side has one lane. I was ready to get photos of the backup but there wasn't any.