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Asunto:PAN- The case for abandoning New Orleans / Sam Smith / Progressive Review
Fecha:Sabado, 1 de Octubre, 2005  12:54:50 (-0500)
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From: Sylvia María Valls <smvalls@...> 
Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2005 11:21:52 -0500 
To: redanahuak@... 
 
 
THE CASE FOR ABANDONING NEW ORLEANS 
de Sam Smith, Progressive Review 
 
 
THE CASE FOR ABANDONING NEW ORLEANS PURE ENERGY SYSTEM NEWS - The 
Mississippi River is moving westward. The City of New Orleans will be cut 
off from fresh water, and be attached to a silted-in port of no value, 
attached to water that doesn't go anywhere. This is a certainty. The only 
issue with this event is when. The event is going to happen shortly. If the 
events occur as a result of a flood rather than by deliberately managed 
processes, the USA may find that its precious Mississippi River port area is 
worthless. Even before Hurricane Katrina, the city was living on borrowed 
time. Its dance with the Mississippi River is soon to end. The swamp in 
which New Orleans sits can only be supported by a continual influx of fresh 
water from the Mississippi River. The US Army Corps of Engineers damaged 
this process severely with canals and channels as well as by putting up 
dikes. The city is sinking for lack of this water. Mud deposited by floods 
would have rebuilt the naturally sinking land. This became painfully 
apparent when the city dikes broke. In fact, as reliably reported in the 
Hunstville Times on September 11, breakage of the levees occurred two days 
before the arrival of Katrina. It may have been due to seismic activity, the 
rhythmic pounding of resonant waves whipped up by hurricanes which precede 
landfall by up to two days. These resonant waves reached a solid point and 
cracked it. It was the new segments, made of concrete reinforced with steel, 
which failed. Thus it could have been human error that flooded New Orleans.  
In assuming that rigidity means strength in every circumstance, did 
engineers fail to recognize that the whole region is more like Jello than 
strong rock and soil? If so, the planners didn't grasp that the barrier 
would have to flex along with the soft muck beneath it. . .  Whatever the 
reason for the failure, the dikes broke more than 18 hours before the storm 
came ashore. The US Army Corps of Engineers and the New Orleans and Lousiana 
authorities all knew there was already serious flooding one day before the 
storm. The whole issue was that the bureaucrats argued over who was in 
charge and nobody did anything. Officials passed the buck back and forth 
until the Big Excuse arrived, both completing the flooding and distracting 
everyone from the issue of legal responsibility. . .   Would any sane person 
put more money into this failing operation? It is foolish. This only leaves 
one question. . . The logical and much cheaper solution is to use this 
Hurricane Katrina disaster as an opportunity. Here is what should be done. - 
The Mississippi River should be with all deliberate speed aimed down the 
Atchafalaya [River], and an appropriate new port built in that river mouth, 
with other management issues taken into account. - A key challenge will be 
the seven percent gradient, which may require construction of locks like 
those in the Panama Canal to lift ships to the new level of the river. 
Another will be to keep silt buildup out of the shipping channel and direct 
it to build up the soil in areas where it is needed. - The City of New 
Orleans should be abandoned to the sea that is going to take it anyway. The 
dikes on the river and throughout the city should be deliberately and 
completely destroyed to allow buildup of whatever wetlands we can keep for 
as long as possible. - The persons displaced should be assimilated into the 
rest of the USA. This should be made as painless as possible for all 
concerned. Give the displaced people vouchers that are payable for building 
at any location at least 30 feet above sea level. Let them find their own 
locations. This will be far less complex than the current system of keeping 
them penned in large buildings, and much less expensive. The solution cannot 
be to ignore the natural forces of the earth. It also cannot be to sink the 
precious country into the sea. 
http://pesn.com/2005/09/23/9600175_Rebuild_Energy_Systems_Not_NewOrleans/ 
 
 
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