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Minneapolis Bridge Collapse - the Zetas Explain

 
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Minneapolis Bridge Collapse - the Zetas Explain
What caused the collapse? Initial reports indicated terrorism was not a factor. The Zetas had warned of collapsing bridges up and down the Mississippi, due to the torque stress the N American continent endures.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/10/2006:
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
This creates a diagonal stress on the N American continent where New England is pulled to the east while Mexico is pulled to the West, so the New Madrid is put under slip-slide stress where one half, east of the Mississippi, will move toward the NE while the other, west of the Mississippi, moves toward the SW. A widening Seaway also does not affect just those land masses bordering the Seaway, as buckling occurs inland and afar. What does man assume caused the Black Hills to be so rumpled, with the appearance of a recent bucking and heaving? This is the center of a land plate! The tearing of the Seaway does not end at Duluth, MN, it travels underground to S Dakota!

ZetaTalk Prediction 8/16/2006:
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What does this do to the N. American plate? It pulls it at a diagonal, ripping the rock fingers along the New Madrid fault such that the land to the East of the Mississippi moves up and to the East, toward New England, and the land to the West of the Mississippi moves down and to the West. This does more than tear most of the bridges along the Mississippi.

Did such a torque affect Minnesota, causing the collapse? The Zetas explain.

SOZT
We have predicted that bridges crossing the Mississippi will be affected when the New Madrid and related fault lines adjust, going into the pole shift. Was this bridge crossing the Mississippi in Minnesota caused by such an adjustment, the footings on one side of the bridge moving in an opposite direction from the footings on the other side, or perhaps the bridge being pulled apart? The Mississippi is born in Minnesota, tumbling out of the headwaters in the highlands of Minnesota over a series of natural falls. This is a clue that adjustments in the rock strata could be involved. The highlands of Minnesota come to a point at Minneapolis, with lower land lying to the East along this point. What caused the land to the East to drop, unless this land was stretched in the past? We have stated that the ripping apart of the St. Lawrence Seaway ends in the rumpled Black Hills of SD. Run a line from Montreal, at the mouth of the Seaway, to Rapid City, SD and the line runs through Minneapolis. Why would an adjustment be made in the MIDDLE of this stretch zone while the seaway itself did not part? When we described the diagonal pull the N American continent is enduring, and just how this will snap when adjustments are made, we did not intend that this process would occur smoothly, all at once as described. Weak points along the rip lines give way one by one, each such adjustment placing stress on other points in a domino manner. The I35W bridge, being the larger of the bridges crossing the Mississippi at this point, was less able to adapt to a change in position vs a vs its footings on either side of the river, as it was an interstate bridge, supporting several lanes, and thus had massive and thus rigid supports. Smaller bridges have more flexibility as they are built to withstand uneven loads on either end, thus are more springy by design. Will there be more such disasters along the Mississippi and in the cities that will be affected by the New Madrid and Seaway rip? This is just the start, and when the pace picks up, there will be no question that something OTHER than Global Warming is the cause.
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yep it's reasonable.
but what about neighboring bridges? they left intact. are there any evidences that they get some unobviously structure damage?
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yep it's reasonable.
but what about neighboring bridges? they left intact. are there any evidences that they get some unobviously structure damage?
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The I35W bridge, being the larger of the bridges crossing the Mississippi at this point, was less able to adapt to a change in position vs a vs its footings on either side of the river, as it was an interstate bridge, supporting several lanes, and thus had massive and thus rigid supports. Smaller bridges have more flexibility as they are built to withstand uneven loads on either end, thus are more springy by design.
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Natalie Portman's hot.
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I'll buy that!
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Leave it to Lieder to try to milk a tragedy for her own selfish benefit.
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Your correct as always. Oh, wait, have you ever been correct? I see!
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This makes as much sense as any explanation I've seen. Even the structural engineer on CNN last night said he had not seen anything like this. He said a bridge would usually fail in one spot first, not on both sides. It did seem like it was pulled apart.
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." William Shakespeare
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Re: Minneapolis Bridge Collapse - the Zetas Explain
What caused the collapse? Initial reports indicated terrorism was not a factor. The Zetas had warned of collapsing bridges up and down the Mississippi, due to the torque stress the N American continent endures.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/10/2006:
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
This creates a diagonal stress on the N American continent where New England is pulled to the east while Mexico is pulled to the West, so the New Madrid is put under slip-slide stress where one half, east of the Mississippi, will move toward the NE while the other, west of the Mississippi, moves toward the SW. A widening Seaway also does not affect just those land masses bordering the Seaway, as buckling occurs inland and afar. What does man assume caused the Black Hills to be so rumpled, with the appearance of a recent bucking and heaving? This is the center of a land plate! The tearing of the Seaway does not end at Duluth, MN, it travels underground to S Dakota!

ZetaTalk Prediction 8/16/2006:
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
What does this do to the N. American plate? It pulls it at a diagonal, ripping the rock fingers along the New Madrid fault such that the land to the East of the Mississippi moves up and to the East, toward New England, and the land to the West of the Mississippi moves down and to the West. This does more than tear most of the bridges along the Mississippi.

Did such a torque affect Minnesota, causing the collapse? The Zetas explain.

SOZT
We have predicted that bridges crossing the Mississippi will be affected when the New Madrid and related fault lines adjust, going into the pole shift. Was this bridge crossing the Mississippi in Minnesota caused by such an adjustment, the footings on one side of the bridge moving in an opposite direction from the footings on the other side, or perhaps the bridge being pulled apart? The Mississippi is born in Minnesota, tumbling out of the headwaters in the highlands of Minnesota over a series of natural falls. This is a clue that adjustments in the rock strata could be involved. The highlands of Minnesota come to a point at Minneapolis, with lower land lying to the East along this point. What caused the land to the East to drop, unless this land was stretched in the past? We have stated that the ripping apart of the St. Lawrence Seaway ends in the rumpled Black Hills of SD. Run a line from Montreal, at the mouth of the Seaway, to Rapid City, SD and the line runs through Minneapolis. Why would an adjustment be made in the MIDDLE of this stretch zone while the seaway itself did not part? When we described the diagonal pull the N American continent is enduring, and just how this will snap when adjustments are made, we did not intend that this process would occur smoothly, all at once as described. Weak points along the rip lines give way one by one, each such adjustment placing stress on other points in a domino manner. The I35W bridge, being the larger of the bridges crossing the Mississippi at this point, was less able to adapt to a change in position vs a vs its footings on either side of the river, as it was an interstate bridge, supporting several lanes, and thus had massive and thus rigid supports. Smaller bridges have more flexibility as they are built to withstand uneven loads on either end, thus are more springy by design. Will there be more such disasters along the Mississippi and in the cities that will be affected by the New Madrid and Seaway rip? This is just the start, and when the pace picks up, there will be no question that something OTHER than Global Warming is the cause.
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yep it's reasonable.
but what about neighboring bridges? they left intact. are there any evidences that they get some unobviously structure damage?


The I35W bridge, being the larger of the bridges crossing the Mississippi at this point, was less able to adapt to a change in position vs a vs its footings on either side of the river, as it was an interstate bridge, supporting several lanes, and thus had massive and thus rigid supports. Smaller bridges have more flexibility as they are built to withstand uneven loads on either end, thus are more springy by design.
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as you know any tectonic movement is hardly as localized as hundred of meters or so... so, unless i'd be shown that other bridges received some torque/skew forces, your explanation is faulty.
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This makes as much sense as any explanation I've seen. Even the structural engineer on CNN last night said he had not seen anything like this. He said a bridge would usually fail in one spot first, not on both sides. It did seem like it was pulled apart.
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Really? That explanation makes sense to you? Don't you think that there would have been other things that would have happened if the ground were moving, other than the bridge collapse?
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thousands of aliens were seen rushing away into the stratosphere waving "nancy rules" pennants as the bridge collapsed
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What a piece of crap.
A 40 years old bridge collapses due to Nancy' crap piling on it. Yeeee. Nzetas right again... my ass.
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Natalie Portman's hot.
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bump bump bump
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What a piece of crap.
A 40 years old bridge collapses due to Nancy' crap piling on it. Yeeee. Nzetas right again... my ass.
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Especially since they have been doing construction work on it all summer widening it.

Nancy, you are an attention whore. This is utter bullshit.
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Bullshit vote.

nothing but delusional crap - as usual.
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I knew it...
I knew it.

Zeta's are right!
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I knew it...
I knew it.

Zeta's are right!
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How so? Please explain.
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This disaster, and it being so accurately predicted so many times in the recent past certainly puts a black eye on them debunkers.
It appears they want nobody to know what is coming this way. And to get paid by some government organization to do this ??? Pure NUTS!

Watch for more signs this year as Nibiru tightens it's grip on Mother Earth.
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This makes as much sense as any explanation I've seen. Even the structural engineer on CNN last night said he had not seen anything like this. He said a bridge would usually fail in one spot first, not on both sides. It did seem like it was pulled apart.


Really? That explanation makes sense to you? Don't you think that there would have been other things that would have happened if the ground were moving, other than the bridge collapse?
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Yeah, you're right!
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Nancy is right in one respect, that newer bridges actually aren't fixed in place but rather sit on what are referred to as bearings. Her scenario, unbelievable as it may be, would explain the collapse.
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Nancy....a
USGS geologist...in the past week has moved here to the smoky mountains of TN.....from Florida....told my that this area is one of the safest area in the country ...and he went on to tell my husband a few other places around the country that would be the safest to be in large quake.....now on the Spanish news stations they are showing multiple sink holes opening up in Mexico and swallowing up buildings...and these are not 1 story building either.....even day before yesterday there was a sink hole in San Francisco openned up and a large building tumbling in.....this is not being showed on the American news...god forbib that people might look up from their grazing BLAAAAA..... and see that all is not well in OZ.....they might actuallly start preparing for the coming events.....sad ,sad,sad,
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This makes as much sense as any explanation I've seen. Even the structural engineer on CNN last night said he had not seen anything like this. He said a bridge would usually fail in one spot first, not on both sides. It did seem like it was pulled apart.


Really? That explanation makes sense to you? Don't you think that there would have been other things that would have happened if the ground were moving, other than the bridge collapse?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1373

Ya, like manhole explosions, volcano eruption, nuclear power plant disaster, chemical plant fires...and on and on. Oh, and all since "Fire The Grid".
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Don't blame it on Firing the Grid. Trying to improve things sometimes brings the evil out even more. Oops! Well, in that sense, you could blame it on firing the grid. I guess we just need to be apathetic. Sigh...
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." William Shakespeare
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yep it's reasonable.
but what about neighboring bridges? they left intact. are there any evidences that they get some unobviously structure damage?


The I35W bridge, being the larger of the bridges crossing the Mississippi at this point, was less able to adapt to a change in position vs a vs its footings on either side of the river, as it was an interstate bridge, supporting several lanes, and thus had massive and thus rigid supports. Smaller bridges have more flexibility as they are built to withstand uneven loads on either end, thus are more springy by design.
 Quoting: Nancy Lieder


Now you're a structural bridge engineer???
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Nancy Lier, what a load of horse shit wtf
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Thanks Nancy and Zeta's. We'd be lost without you.
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Livelong Nancy!
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