Baltimore Key Bridge #59 – No appreciable sliding of work trucks – Bridge appears to fall faster from under center two trucks

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Baltimore Key Bridge #59 – No appreciable sliding of work trucks – Bridge appears to fall faster from under center two trucks

Work trucks do not appreciably slide down the falling road surface.

Video of recovery shows one work truck was recovered with its plastic side rails intact and plastic parts still present in the rear open bed, not swept out by swirling water nor water currents, even after nearly four weeks submerged.  Moreover, the truck itself appeared brand-spanking-new without hardly a scratch nor mud on it or in it.  All windows were intact. 

This from-the-water evidence directly refutes suggestion made by Col Estee S Pinchasin that caked (and/or thick) mud was primarily responsible for the SONAR images showing reduced resolution (and absence) of much submerged steel girder trusswork.  [[[ TODO link video of this suggestion ]]]  Information concerning locations of bodies, their entrapment in the steel trusswork and other debris, and their recovery has not in the slightest amount been made public.  This seems suspicious, given all the other mounting anomalies.

Bridge seems to fall slightly faster than the center two work trucks. This is physically impossible; suggests CGI video fakery. Has holography also been used here as at 911 WTC? SPIE. Gelatin. Video “911 ALCHEMY” has excellent info on this.

Upper steel girders just left of North Pillar seem to “dustify” as they separate and fall away — the solid steel becomes transparent and see-thru as if becoming dust.

Not all girders in motion appear similarly affected.

Video compression or motion artifacts do not appear to account for the dustiness as the dust trails actually trace their own paths not preceded by any girders — in other words the dust is not merely ‘a blur along a path made by a girder’; the dust billows out here and there, each as its own physical entity and not simply the blurring of a girder.  This is most evident with the girders at the highest point in the image and video below.

No appreciable sliding of work trucks - Bridge appears to fall faster from under center two trucks

BELOW: Video of animated GIF above.

Surprisingly quick cleanup may be due to substantial portions of the wreckage simply being not present (except as dust) and thus requiring no dredging or cleanup.

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