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Investigators at the Denver International Airport are trying to figure out why the windshields on at least 13 planes have cracked.
Winds reaching up to 100 miles-per-hour have been whipping through the Colorado foothills, but airport officials say they've never seen anything like this
"This is not only unusual, I know of no precedent for anything like this where multiple windshields have been cracked, simply by being in a particular place at a particular time," said John Nance, a pilot and aviation consultant for ABC News.
Originally posted by RedParrotHead
reply to post by ajniss
That's a bit of a stretch calling it a swastika (I assume that's the symbol your're referring to) but I can see why one might "see" it. The runways do run North/South and East/West and meet at a central building...can you think of a more logical design for an airport? The Nazi swastika only has 4 prongs while DIA has 6 major runways, also the Nazi swastika prongs are angled at 45 degrees unlike DIA, assuming north is "up" anyway.
Originally posted by BULLETINYOURHEAD
there is also another strange statue of HORUS the god of the underworld at denver airport,this aint egypt!
Originally posted by MentalData
reply to post by JAY1980
The only thing I would add is Stapleton was not new but very old built in 1929 if I remember correctly. Also looked as if skyscrapers, noise pollution and available land were major issues for needing DIA.
I do believe there's much more than meets the eye with DIA. Probably underground facilities linking to other DUMB's I would estimate is most logical.
Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by Eurisko2012
The Federal Reserve is a necessary evil.
It's a great way keep our interest rates low but at a cost.
Economic Crisis 9 TRILLION Dollars Missing Federal Reserve
This is only fiscal year 2009
Just listen to the lady
A key area the city is focusing on are 9,200 acres of developable land surrounding Denver International Airport. City officials said the area represents the single largest commercial development opportunity in the city.
The DIA area presents a unique opportunity for advance manufacturing facilities, particularly in aerospace, defense and cleanteach, as well as exporting high-value, low-weight products through foreign trades zones administered by OED, the report noted.
Read more: Mayor unveils economic plan designed to make Denver a "world-class city" - The Denver Post www.denverpost.com...
Originally posted by zatara
Was there a follow-up to this inquiry because some important questions were deflected and unanswered.
Originally posted by zorgon
Here is the Secret of Money
Take the time to watch it... its a real eye opener... trust me on this one
Originally posted by COconspiracyguy
The Money Masters..