double2000r6 said:Now I would just like to see Ghostrider doing 200 down that bride into the tunnel.. lol..
Depends on the distance and rock type. New York City has tons of ship traffic, and all kinds of bridges and tunnels. But the rock there is good hard schist and gneiss. I worked in mining for years, and in one salt mine you could see the walls of the shafts and tunnels bow out from the rock pressure. In coal mines, there are rock bursts, where the pressure of the rock above blows out the wall, so you always walk in the middle of the tunnel.Need4Speed750 said:
Need4Speed750 said:how bad are those mentioned taxes over there?
what about bad storms, ocean swells, etc...its gotta get waterlogged atleast some of the time right? Even being not-technically out to sea, when the sea gets ruff, from the residual affects of storms, its gotta do something to it.GSXR750DJ said:I don't think the water level gets high enough to effect that being that far out in the ocean. There would have to be an awful lot of rain or unless the northern pole ice caps melt. If that happen...were all screwed then. :dthumb:
u know that has to have happened at some point though..that would suck being in that tunnel and seeing water coming in behind u..even a little bitGSXR750DJ said:Only when there are 25+ft waves will it get over to hit the lot that is around the tunnel and it even has an extra 5 ft barrier around it to protect it. (I looked it up and got the answers.) :dthumb:
Need4Speed750 said:u know that has to have happened at some point though..that would suck being in that tunnel and seeing water coming in behind u..even a little bit