posted on Feb, 5 2009 @ 12:48 AM
Clearly this woman has no clue.
the blueprint she shows:
It's a shame it's so blurry, because we can't really see exactly what she's talking about, or is this conveniently blurry?
The lines she states that join the parallel lines most likely don't join but pass under or over them, of course on a plan it will appear that they
She also states this is so they can selectively turn on and off these valves, if that's the case the system would need one way valves installed as
well, otherwise the "poison" will end up in both lines.
As for these valves:
Again, not a very clear picture but they most likely are sluice valves which are installed intermittently along the main lines so if there ever was a
break in the line, they could just isolate the one area instead of turning the whole city water supply off. If they're wireless or not I couldn't
say, I'm doubtful because a city water line would have a lot of pressure and a wireless solenoid system couldn't wind down a sluice valve unless it
had quite a powerful motor on it.
Here's a diagram of a typical Sluice valve:
Now, I've seen wireless water meters, they have no way of controlling the meter besides sending a message telling the receiver how much water has
No wonder she got fired, she's stark raving mad!
[edit on 5-2-2009 by Chadwickus]