attention: personal saftey due to bla...

attention: personal saftey due to blasting.

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Sn00ks

Saint Albans, WV

#2 Dec 20, 2013
Forgive me, but huh ? I'm gonna need that in layman's terms...and where is the blasting going on at ? I have heard booms for several years now, sometimes twice a day, sometimes just once, but the most prominent one is the 4:00pm one, give or take a few mins...It can be heard county wide, but no one has an explanation for them. Sometimes they are so thunderous, they rattle your Windows...So I'm not imagining them...lol
EVILSHADOW

Mount Hope, WV

#3 Jan 5, 2014
several places due to road work though also the coal mines. In between that and the animals snakes and bear and such being disturbed it will be far more dangers than before. I know we have to do things and such in order to survive. Though many are not looking at the consequences and what is causing the animals to act up. wells slowly decenter grate into larger holes over time and several of the older wells that where filled with some concrete can be become dislodged and fall away. Many mining cracks that wouldn't have opened will became open. Animals with young trying to find a place to be being disturbed making nesting grounds will be forced to make new ones. The snakes and so forth as well. being disturbed during the winter cycle makes animals far more agitated than normal and more aggressive. snakes many can become permanently blind and far more aggressive. lamens terms = the end of the mayan calander = the return of the snake and other large predators. its written on every temple.
Sn00ks wrote:
Forgive me, but huh ? I'm gonna need that in layman's terms...and where is the blasting going on at ? I have heard booms for several years now, sometimes twice a day, sometimes just once, but the most prominent one is the 4:00pm one, give or take a few mins...It can be heard county wide, but no one has an explanation for them. Sometimes they are so thunderous, they rattle your Windows...So I'm not imagining them...lol
Just cruzin

Beckley, WV

#4 Jan 9, 2014
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EvilShadow

Beckley, WV

#5 Jan 31, 2014
Sn00ks wrote:
Forgive me, but huh ? I'm gonna need that in layman's terms...and where is the blasting going on at ? I have heard booms for several years now, sometimes twice a day, sometimes just once, but the most prominent one is the 4:00pm one, give or take a few mins...It can be heard county wide, but no one has an explanation for them. Sometimes they are so thunderous, they rattle your Windows...So I'm not imagining them...lol
Go to the Sophia Main Street Bridge go to where the guard rail is look at the recess wall that holds the materials,(gravel, packing, stones,).there you will see one of the cracks that has occurred. Once the recess wall falls then the bridge falls. Also high probable means that the surrounding structures that are around the bridge within the area can be damaged due to this. The buildings that are set on a gravel concrete basis slowly over time develop cracks due to craters forming under the structure of the concrete. Thus with the rebar of the bridge decenter grate due to exposure causing further elements to erode. As the erosion occurs the surrounding structures integrity becomes effected. Thus the cavity already formed under the surrounding structures once the earth shifts slowly eroding into the lower cavities the foundational earth erodes causing foundation damage with possible structure instability. As the earth shifts this is a high risk more so than just a probability. As the world evolves through it's own evolutionary means, then with animal and human involvement it is a high risk to the safety of the people whom travel across the bridge. Due to the crack forming in which the rebar is visible or exposed to elements. The concrete formation becomes unstable from the previous consistency that the structure was developed to with stand such as: traffic, pedestrian, animal and element wear on the structural density ratio. The regular water that the bridge was designed for water passageways becomes a ratio in the factual stance of the erosion process. The constant flow of the water is a high erosive factor. When cutting high density material stone such as a granite or marble some of the hardest stone minerals for constructional abuse. They use a pressure jet stream basis of certain elemental minerals under high pressure to cut the stone. Though a blade is seen in the process the blade is actuating as a way to remove the previous cut stone to keep a steady stream line for so called precision cut formation. Once the water can enter into the crack that has formed upon the bridge it will further through elemental wear and become instable. Once the bridge has or does inadvertently collapse the water pipes for division drain water flow will become unable to pass. Thus causing the water to rise. For instance like a dam. Once the water has no means of escape the water raises till there is a means to it to pass. The surrounding ground will become swamp like as the water seeps through the ground. Once the ground doesn't accept further water the water further raises to find a new route to escape. Then once the ground has become saturated it forms a density ratio of a pond or river bed bottom. As though a clay or sand bar formation. The water once reaching the top of soil line will start to flow over and down ward in elevation gravitational pull. The water thus will start to erode the layers of packed dirt of the top soil till it forms a clay basis or sand. Then the water that it connects to will rise higher than before and prevention methods of flooding will be non sufficient in supporting standards made for the standing water that was logged prior for flood prevention. The water will then once induced into the next waterway will cause instability on the alternate side of where the stream connects causing the banks to become instable. The new pressure will cause possible future problems for other dams, water ways and bridges connected. Thus structures build to withstand will become unreliable.
sunshine on this town

Fredericksburg, VA

#6 Feb 8, 2014
Just another mountain being blown off. The Mountain State is going up in smoke.
EVILSHADOW

Oak Hill, WV

#7 Feb 8, 2014
Before it's over there won't be a place to be just a memory.

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