Interstate Highway System a Naturally Occurring Geological Phenomenon, Scientist Claims
ANN ARBOR, MI (Disassociated Press) June 29, 2006 On this date that marks the 50th anniversary of the birth of the Interstate Highway System, Bartholomew J. Snead, a Professor of Geology at the University of Michigan, introduced a paper at a Geological Consortium at that university which claims that the Interstate Highway System is a naturally occurring geological phenomenon. It is commonly believed that most of the Interstate Highway System was built in the 1950s during the Eisenhower Administration.
Its a myth that that the freeways are primarily man made constructions in fact, the giant, narrow, parallel slabs of asphalt, many of them running for thousands of miles, stretching both trans-continentally or from the Canadian to the Mexican borders, have always been there, dating back to the pre-historic era. All the government did back in the 1950s was to paint broken lines down the centers of them, and put up a few road signs.
When asked what happened to the tax money that had been appropriated for the construction of the system, Sneed responded, Thats unclear, but one possible explanation is that it was used to develop a plan that would eventually convince a large segment of the population that Caucasian males had actually walked on the surface of the moon.
well, i guess that pretty much clears THAT up..