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    Default Union Pacific is going back to steam locomotives, ditching electronics

    Joseph P. Farrell just posted on his website about this and it's pretty interesting.

    Quote Many people may not be aware, but the Union Pacific Railroad in this country has been busy, for some years now, buying up old steam locomotives, including the big articulated steam locomotives - the 4-6-6-4 Challengers, and the 4-8-8-4 Big Boy - and restoring them, converting them to oil use. They call this their "heritage fleet," and the old engines are seen occasionally at "railroad heritage" celebrations around the country hauling passengers. Which raised a significant question to my mind: why would a major railroad be going to all the expense to buy and restore these old clanking mechanical monsters, seemingly almost alive with their snorting, huffing, and puffing? In the case of the Big Boy restoration, Union Pacific has had almost to build an entire locomotive works to machine replacement parts that have worn out, and almost completely rebuild the firebox and boilers on the beast, and machine the vanadium drivers that turn the big driving wheels. This, needless to say, is quite an expense. Hardly one contributing to the bottom line of the railroad. So what's going on?
    https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/08/yo...m-locomotives/


    Dr. Farrell is implying that the US is making preparations in case of a future disaster, either an EMP attack or massive solar flare event.

    Here are some videos of these old steam locomotives being put back to use, and they are workhorses:






    This clip is from 1991, when these trains were already considered old and outdated:




    President Trump has said before in regards to military technology such as tanks, that he prefers them without all the electronic gadgets, or at least prefers them not to be reliant upon GPS satellite targeting systems and all the rest like they are today.

    If a solar flare took out the US's GPS satellite system (and we're the only country in the world to maintain a GPS satellite network -- Russia's rockets "mysteriously" explode when they try to launch their own) then our tanks and other military hardware would instantly become useless. Unless... we revert to older, analog technology, at least for these things that we'd need during an emergency.

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    Default Re: Union Pacific is going back to steam locomotives, ditching electronics

    This will be making Mr Eric Dollard very happy.

    Quote The power companies are turning the whole electrical system inside out! Eric says it's almost as if they want to create masses of electro magnetic pollution?

    The interviewer asks is there a conspiracy to which Eric says "maybe?"

    Asked why are they doing it? he reply's
    "I don't know, but I'm getting to the bottom of it"
    The grid has been made very dangerous, it's destabilised and left open for an enemy EMP attack!!!

    At vid point 49:53 Eric starts talking about the negative way the power gid is being re-constructed and how dangerous it is. Well worth watching from that point onwards.


    He has been warning America for many years now.

    The way I see it:
    If your the PTB and won't to bring the population to it's knees so as to totally pacify them, to kill most of them, well the best and easiest way is take all power from them (America is a Electrical dependent country).
    The PTB with their hidden, new power systems and technology will be the new PHARAOHS
    NWO



    Back to your main OP A Voice from the Mountains.

    It is great to see such mechanical beasts becoming active again but not sure about the added pollution aspects
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    Default Re: Union Pacific is going back to steam locomotives, ditching electronics

    I like seeing these things in action too. They're being converted to run on oil instead of coal, so they're more environmentally friendly too.

    It has a kind of futuristic Steam Punk aesthetic to it. And the older steam-powered trains are able to haul a much greater amount of weight.

    One thing I forgot to mention from the article is that Dr. Farrell has been harping on rogue AI networks lately too, and also suggests in the article that Union Pacific may be converting these trains to prevent a cyber attack on our infrastructure.

    And whether or not they intend on eventually converting all of their trains remains to be seen, but at the cost and labor they're having to put into it, they seem pretty serious about this.

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