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$7.5B? That's nothing, Biden's Treasury Department printed $580B worth of baseless currency in a single month!
Cool project and amazing work.
The whole line needs to be rail, not cars.
I absolutely love your content, but is it just me, or the color scheme used to show the map, so frustratingly annoying to the eye?
That is a LOT of concrete... a LOT of concrete.
It reminds me of 2 bridges/tunnels in Canada. The confederation bridge (12km above water) and the Pont-tunnel Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine (sunk tunnel built in 1965)
When wil you cover the oosterweelverbinding though
Ya notice all.those perfectly flat horizons whenever the water is in the background? Does someone want to show me water that sits convex.
The only way they're able to bore horizontal with precision is because the earth is flat!
Its just amazing how just much biger still can work.
As a German I can understand the critique of these mega projects. But I don't exactly support the argument that the tunnel would destroy the nature. It is a tunnel that is hiding under meters of gravel and sand. They are even making big nature-regrowth areas to save wildlife and plants. It is a big shortcut that could save time and co2.
The only concern I have is that the amount of co2 generated through using concrete for the tunnel-elements. A lot of people underestimate the immense amount of co2 that comes with that great resource.
I hope that in a few years we can say that it was a big plus to build a structure this big.
I love this documentary. Thank you for also including the ecological side. It is often missing in videos like this, but I think it is very important to address.
I just about died laughing about your Beach reference. You're a handsome guy of course we'd love to see you on the beach more just joking LOL
That’s like 3.5 subway stations on 2nd ave subway in NYC )
In order to show the size of stuff in the building, they should have had a few people walking around. As it is, could have been a building of any size. I didn't get a feeling that it was any larger than I've already seen.
Now that Europe seems to be going into an economic decline.Will the size of this construction be justified ?Also will the environmental damage be justified?
I can guarantee that the people complaining the hardest about the "beauty that will be lost" are also the ones who complain the hardest when the products they want aren't available in their local stores...
The reality is that this tunnel will drastically shorten massive amounts of freight and personal traffic, and the gains of that over time will outweigh the environmental costs of building it. A greener world has to be BUILT first, people. We can't all just switch to wind power tomorrow and eat vegetables only, because there isn't enough wind power and there aren't enough vegetables.
Now wait till the British or Americans blow it up and blame the Russians just like they did with the Nord stream pipe line
Everywhere there is some unique ecosystem worth protecting and there are people who live there. If they get compensation, they can move elsewhere, and optimizing transport is always good for the environment.
PS And after that you have to digest whether these eco-organizations do not get subsidies from Moscow.