- Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:53 pm
Folks, unless they can somehow get a bridge that can both (a) float on the sea water, (b) still be tall enough to stand above sea level to allow all shipping to pass through and (c) allow traffic to be well sheltered from the elements in what is known to be often turbulent waters, then it isn't happening. Especially when needing to deal with old munitions that are still being washed up on shores to this day that are still hazardous, not to mention the big trench in the middle where the dumping took place, or the dozens of several hundreds of metres of concrete support structures required to stand on the sea bed etc. etc. Look, any half decent structural engineer will tell you that with an unlimited amount of resources anything is possible, but even the Chinese will balk at this one.
The only other option then is (d) where using the same process as used post WWII to dump surplus weaponry, the Royal Navy do a continuous convoy over the next five years to ship out and dump into the North Channel all the fresh bullshit that Johnson & associates liberally keep excreting, and after a while, a land bridge between NI & Scotland might be feasible.
"They say that the cream rises to the top. But so does scum."