posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 07:02 AM
with the recent collapse of the minnesota bridge and the 'promise' to rebuild it (as in how much of what was 'promised' in new orleans has been
rebuilt already), the reports suddenly springing up about how many more thousands bridges could imminently collapse due to decay and neglect, i
thought about several things to look out for in the future.
the most obvious one to me would be how vital the bridge was for logistics of the nearby populations. what i mean is that if you wanted to control
the movements of a population, then the best way would be to take out the more vital busy areas so you can funnel them into better positioned and more
manageable areas. if an increase in disasters at vital areas such as bridges, roads, train stations, ferry terminals etc start occurring then you
should start being suspicious.
does anybody know how vital this bridge actually was in the area compared to other bridges?
another was the old 'who benefits' question. who will be getting the contracts for the repairs? ie. does a pattern emerge, do they have common
business links, was the a local reason for the 'accident' to be convenient etc
there was a third point i wanted to mention but after typing the above i just can't think what it was at the moment. i'll add the point if/when it
comes to me.