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  1. #1
    Donald Trump Dark Matter



    Gujarat's Morbi Machchhu River Pull Collapse: In a big mishap, over 500 people have fell in a river in Gujarat's Morbi after an overbridge constructed over the Machchhu River collapsed…
    The area has no electricity connection - a factor that is making the rescue operations further difficult. Local MLA Lalit said that the overbridge was inaugurated just 6 months ago due to the elections. He alleged that the work was done in extreme haste and proper checks were not made.
    https://zeenews.india.com/live-updates/live-updates-big-overbridge-collapses-in-gujarats-morbi-over-500-people-fall-in-machchhu-river-2528667
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    troon African Astronaut
    they're such a retarded people.

    why do they cram themselves literally every fucking place they can?

    like bradford? did i get that right?
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    Ghost Black Hole
    truly heroes of engineering
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    and they imagine they can compete with china.

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    troon African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny and they imagine they can compete with china.

    they just don't have the discipline or a willingness for self-sacrifice. they're begrudgingly respectful of authority, but protest and riot when their local mafia tell them to.

    you can buy a cop for the price of a burger king regular meal. no discipline at any level.
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    Originally posted by troon they just don't have the discipline or a willingness for self-sacrifice. they're begrudgingly respectful of authority, but protest and riot when their local mafia tell them to.

    you can buy a cop for the price of a burger king regular meal. no discipline at any level.

    they only respect violent forces.

    they shit in the street not because theyre too poor to construct toilets.

    its because its less of a hassle.
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny and they imagine they can compete with china.



    https://www.npr.org/2012/08/29/160231137/chinese-blame-failed-infrastructure-on-corruption

    https://www.reuters.com/world/china/building-collapse-chinas-changsha-kills-26-2022-05-05/




  8. #8
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny and they imagine they can compete with china.


    Neither of those countries will ever become anything beyond factories for the "haves"
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    Originally posted by Speedy Parker https://www.npr.org/2012/08/29/160231137/chinese-blame-failed-infrastructure-on-corruption

    https://www.reuters.com/world/china/building-collapse-chinas-changsha-kills-26-2022-05-05/







  10. #10
    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Didn't watch
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    slide22 African Astronaut
    I question WTC 1 and 2 falling but there were some engineers who stated that Building 7 got sheered pretty bad and there was popping and buckling going on and a few floors collapsed so maybe it just crimped and buckled and dropped with every floor above taken out


    but WTC 1 and 2 should have slowed down because it was collapsing form the top and half of it was peeling outward with it constructed with a 7x redundancy load. so had the top slid and fallen sideways then no one would of really questioned it, but with both buildings dropping down to the bottom 4-5th floor and getting sandwiched with 80 percent of the building turning into talcum powder size dust. something aided it to come down.
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by slide22 I question WTC 1 and 2 falling but there were some engineers who stated that Building 7 got sheered pretty bad and there was popping and buckling going on and a few floors collapsed so maybe it just crimped and buckled and dropped with every floor above taken out


    but WTC 1 and 2 should have slowed down because it was collapsing form the top and half of it was peeling outward with it constructed with a 7x redundancy load. so had the top slid and fallen sideways then no one would of really questioned it, but with both buildings dropping down to the bottom 4-5th floor and getting sandwiched with 80 percent of the building turning into talcum powder size dust. something aided it to come down.

    There are more than some engineers. There are over 3000 architects and engineers who disagree with the official narrative.


    https://www.ae911truth.org/
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
  13. #13
    slide22 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker There are more than some engineers. There are over 3000 architects and engineers who disagree with the official narrative.


    https://www.ae911truth.org/

    I talk to Richard Gage over the phone

    He had an office on Shattuck in berkeley
  14. #14
    Bradley Dark Matter
    Originally posted by troon they're such a retarded people.

    why do they cram themselves literally every fucking place they can?

    like bradford? did i get that right?

    donht ever mention me again nei\gger
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    Originally posted by Speedy Parker Didn't watch

    didnt change the fact that a perfectly build building collapsed.

    on itself.
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    troon African Astronaut
    also, those buildings had sprinkler systems throughout
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    Meikai African Astronaut
    man, structural failures happen all over the world. nothing too weird about that. but uhh... guys, if they aren't on shore within like 10 minutes of falling without a PFD into waters that [seemingly] calm, they either got pinned to the riverbed by debris and drowned or didn't know how to swim and drowned. corpse recovery is what's being impeded by the lack of electricity, not "rescue".
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    Originally posted by troon also, those buildings had sprinkler systems throughout

    those systems relied on electricity to work.
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    Speedy Parker Black Hole [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny those systems relied on electricity to work.

    No not even in high rises. Don't argue with me I used to inspect fire safety systems. The only electric used in some systems is a 12 volt signal similar to land line telephone. Those systems have electric detectors and electric solenoids are used to open a valve to allow water to flow into the sprinkler piping network.

    The 12 volt DC required for that is supplied by the same diesel generators used to supply powered for pumps that are required for proper pressure to upper floors in extremely tall buildings.

    But the majority of sprinkler systems are just a simple glass ampul which breaks and releases water when heated.

    You are a know nothing dumbass.
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    troon African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny those systems relied on electricity to work.

    that comes from the ground floor up, but regardless there's still be water in the pipes. it's not like it's going to evaporate into thin air.
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