Thursday, 31 August 2017

Aircraft into Submarines in Houston................from Rico

The image of submerged jet airliners in Houston is incredible in-and-of itself.
- Now consider that the average cost of a new [read: replacement] airliner can run upwards of $360 million dollars. Each.
 
Not using Common Core math, now find as many underwater aircraft as you can (just in this picture) and calculate the "cost" of this damage.
- All the submerged electronics in these things are toast, and these planes are just scrap now.

21 comments:

Unknown said...

fake as shit

Anonymous said...

That's not Houston. It's New York!
And it's old news!

CharlieL said...

too bad it's a photoshop.

CharlieL said...

too bad it's a photoshop

p kerit said...

FAKE! This picture is several years old

SA-X4 said...

That's an old photo shopped picture. Houston Airports didn't flood and are about to open again.

Mr Mayor said...

Sorry but this is a computer genned pi to show climate change in the future.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4830676/Photo-planes-flooded-Houstin-airport-fake.html

Anonymous said...

I can tell you from experience that is not either Busch or Hobby.
Did some checking and turns out it is a fake photo from 2013 by a group called Climate Central and depicts what New York's LaGuardia would look like after a 25 foot rise in sea levels.
Mike

Anonymous said...

Fortunately, it's a fake pic: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4830676/Photo-planes-flooded-Houstin-airport-fake.html

mostly cajun said...

It's a fake. It was created to show the effects of sea level rise from global warming.

Both major airports in Houston - Hobby and Bush - closed during the storm, but not because the aircraft flooded.

Anonymous said...

Gotcha!

That's a fake picture of LaGuardia airport in New York made by the Climate Change folks. Taken from http://www.climatecentral.org/news/coastal-us-airports-face-increasing-threat-from-sea-level-rise-16126

The Old Guy

Rev. Paul said...

From Snopes.com: Houston Airport Flooded?

Although Houston’s airports were flooded during Harvey, things weren’t quite as bad as they appeared in this image:

This image does not show an airport in Houston, nor does it show the impact of Hurricane Harvey. This is a digitally created mockup showing what LaGuardia Airport could look like in a future dramatically affected by climate change:

"What LaGuardia Airport could look like at high tide with 5 feet of sea level rise, an amount that could occur by 2100, according to some estimates."

Singapore Bill said...

This photo is not Houston, and is not real. Get real. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4830676/Photo-planes-flooded-Houstin-airport-fake.html

Anonymous said...

This is a photoshopped picture previously used by the Global Warming idiots to represent New York after the oceans rise.

Michael in Nelson

EarlW said...

This was fake. There is no way an airline would let their planes sit on the tarmac when they could just fly them out of danger... unless the government owned them.



Anonymous said...

the picture is fake

Pops said...

Such foolishness. Please tell me you didn't think this was genuine.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/08/28/former-nyt-climate-editor-revkin-gets-pwned-by-fake-photo-from-another-climate-alarmist/

JP said...

That is a photoshop image and is not of Houston. One of the MSM yobs posted it. but it is from an ad or something whinging about AGW.
Airlins fly their planes out of the area so if such were possible, but mostly for wind damage (Hurricane winds are faster than take off speed, do the math, common core or real) so houston's airports are likely very empty places,

J Byrd said...

The photo of submerged aircraft is bogus. Research photo and see.

Unknown said...

This is a photo-shopped image. While the airport did in fact close, no airplanes were ever submerged.

Anonymous said...

This is not a real photo.