Originally posted by interestedalways
reply to post by Wolfpack 51
OMG!!! The drawing in that patent document looks just like the containers. OMG!!!
Many thanks to Wolfpack 51 for posting the link to that patent. However, when I tried it just now I only got a message stating "search time expired"
-- which I find rather baffling. Even ignoring the fact that the link is to a specific and numbered patent, are there time restrictions on searches?
If anyone can access the relevant image from that patent doc and post it I'd sure appreciate it.
Regarding the "storage container" suggestions, I agree that they could well be for storage, meaning they are not just molds for something made from
concrete, for example. However, coffins are also "storage containers"...
Look at it this way: if these things were purchased/are to be purchased by a Govt. department, somewhere along the way there has to be paperwork. Now,
if that paperwork refers to an order for (x) 100,000 / million
"containers, plastic, materials, for the transport and storage of",
that reads a whole lot better and is less likely to ring alarm bells and lead to whistle-blowers than
"coffins, plastic, human corpses, for the transport and burial/cremation of"
-- doesn't it?
If this enormous stockpile of plastic "containers" are really only septic tank components, it sure gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "when
EDIT: Though I could not access the cited patent at USPTO, I did find basic details of it on another site (but no pics). However, if the pic in the
patent is pretty well identical with the actual plastic containers under discussion then that would seem to support the "body container" idea.
Just wondering: is this the only storage facility for these containers, or are there various others dotted around the country? In my humble opinion it
would be folly for any emergency authority to have its entire supply of such "containers" in one place. Never have all your eggs in one basket. (Or
should that be "casket"?) There are the logistical concerns, if nothing else.
[edit on 20-12-2007 by JustMike]