Saturday, November 15, 2008
Scientists: Reverse Age-Old Engineering Or The Great Lakes Suffer
We share a hydroelectric dam there with Canada, opened by President Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth. One thing never built was a port in New York, though the locks there facilitate the large ore carriers and cargo carriers of international trade. Perhaps if there was a port there to process traffic it might help, like a customs stop that people and vehicles go through at the various US/Canada crossings would make sense from a development and ecological point of view. There seems to be very few officers and many miles of seaway to watch and from what I saw, no one inspecting ships. Most of the seaway traffic benefits Chicago, Illinois.
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