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09-03-2005, 08:01 PM
"They" knew EXACTLY what was going to happen.
There is NO debate.
This was a set up. And obviously so.
You said Category 5 storms were commonplace. They are not!!
Three within one hundred years does not make them commonplace.
They had to make it a Category 5 to insure that the levee broke whether they tampered with it or not as it was only built to withstand a Category 3 hurricane.
Again, the Navy ship Batton was in the Gulf for weeks before the Hurricane.
The Hurricane went through parts of Florida as a Category 1 and by the time it made landfall it was a four or five.
How far did it travel? What circumstances provided it such strength?
A fluke of nature??
A man-made disaster just in time???
09-03-2005, 11:47 PM
3 is COMMONPLACE when you are talking about..."Freak Storms".
You are talking about a levy that protects an ENTIRE city...therefore - seeing as Cat 5 has hit three times in 100 years...that to me, makes them commonplace.
They are reporting on the telly that this was "unforseen". I say...if you read those three quotes this is linked too...that this is patent bullshit. A grade 3 could have seen this coming and in fact MANY did.
Which just goes to prove to me that this was a COMPLETELY contrived and planned event from go to woe.
Again...go through the link and read the ENTIRE articles. It is patently clear.
09-03-2005, 11:49 PM
Also...you are talking about at least another 4 Hurricanes that have ben VERY close to Cat 5...so when you add it up...and read carefully...this was an ENTIRELY forseeable event and NOT as is being spun a "one in a million" unfortunate catastrophe which I'm sure many people have already worked out all by themselves.
As well...you hear ALL the time when they build Skyscrapers that they are built to withstand "freak" winds that you get once every 100 years.
So, in that context...i'm sure you get my point.
Why, yes, I get your point and my point is the same.
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