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Roller Ship

At first glance the boat does not leave much impression and rather looks like a failed project, but when you look more closely at these descriptions you quickly notice illogical things such as the date of its construction and its use or the inventor to whom we attribute this gigantic construction but which strangely does not appear on any photo while we are at the end of the 19th century and especially that he would have invented a revolutionary boat, despite this no photo just a drawing.

And furthermore the poor man died on January 21, 1898, a few weeks after announcing that he had overcome these problems, and revealing plans for an ocean-going line, with four pairs of discs, which would be able to cross from Le Havre to New York in 60 hours

In 60 hours really? But the challenge would never have been realized?

We found the article of a French newspaper dated August 22, 1897 detailing the capacities of the boat and this one relates mainly to this project of transatlantic in 60 hours We can thus better situate ourselves in the context of this period.

Here is an excerpt:

This ship, of 280 tons, consists essentially of a rectangular platform of 38 m. 50 long and 12 m. 18 wide, on which the boilers, machinery and accommodation are installed, and which is supported by three pairs of lenticular-shaped floats, providing the displacement, and which a special machine sets in motion. Each float has a diameter of 10 meters and therefore a circumference of 31 m. 40; its more large thickness is 3 m. 6.
Inside, steel bars maintain the walls and serve as a point of support against the onslaught of the blades.
The submerged part of the float will be one third, that is to say 3 m. 33. A propeller driven by a 550-horsepower machine and lodged in the channel left free by the floats will provide the impetus.
On the other hand, each pair of rollers will be driven by a rotational movement by a 50 horsepower machine, ie, for the three pairs, a force of 150 horsepower.

A second excerpt that challenges us even more:

...the boat will therefore move forward per minute 18m. 85 X 30, that is to say more than 565 m. 50, and per hour 33 kil. 930 m. This is precisely the speed that the inventor intends to obtain with this test boat: 18 knots, average speed; 20 knots, by forcing the march.
We've come a long way, aren't we? of the 32 knots we talked about. According to Mr. Bazin, this is a very achievable speed, but with the 22-meter diameter rollers, as he designs them for a transatlantic crossing.
These roaleurs would be submerged 7 m. 33, which is about the immersion of the hull of large steamers, and would develop at their circumference extreme 69 m. 08.
A calculation similar to the one we have just made, counting only 24 roller revolutions per minute gives a speed of 994 m. 56 per minute, and 59 kil. 673 m. per hour, which would make it possible to travel from Le Havre to New York in 100 hours, the distance which separates these two ports being 5.967 kilometres.

A boat capable of making high-speed transatlantic crossings with the sole aim of impressing the public? A little too good as a story.

But that's not all because apart from this transatlantic story, what we are told is that this wheeled boat was perfectly suited to any rocky terrain or with invisible debris, while avoiding the subject of flooding.

It could not only navigate but also ride in dirt or mud, but more importantly could be used on rails, although they also did not specify the use of this rail system, we deduced it later on another roller boat named ALICE made before that of Bazin by another phantom inventor (Robert Fryer) in wikipedia's history of roller boats.
Just the name of the boat should already make us tilt.

Fryer's boat, as you can see, was designed to run on rails, have 3 wheels, and function much like a locomotive.

And you can see the same spike-shaped wheels at the end for the 2 boats that were designed to move on rails.
But again that's not all because further on wikipedia we are still told about another boat in the shape of a tube, an invention appropriated to a certain Frederick Knapp.

This 3rd would have advanced under water with a kind of gigantic spinning top which turns permanently on itself, a little like a screwdriver.

Obviously, there are many other boats of this kind, and each deserves to be dissected individually.

In short, one can understand for what purpose these machines were built.

At a time when we are told that every city and town in the world has suffered floods, hurricanes, storms... where everything ends in fires, none of this has stopped those brave inventors who had the energy, funding and manpower to build us somewhat useless designs just to fulfill speed-based or other fantasies...

That's because they were made exactly so they could get around all those flooded towns and villages.

Just Bazin's boat could move very easily from town to town given its triangular platform, while carrying heavy loads and being able to overcome rocks or invisible debris in its path that would be swallowed up in the waters, but it could also ride on dirt or mud without problems with almost the same speed.

And besides, if the boat was planned for transatlantic crossings at mind-blowing speeds, do you really think they'll do without it?

It is especially thought that these boats before being presented to the general public, they were used to make several transatlantic voyages throughout the 19th century including the crossing of the English Channel on the water but also in the tunnels which already existed well before tell us about the euro tunnel, since the boat could also run on railway tracks.
Basically, it could really move everywhere and it was not only a boat but also a land and railway machine, it only lacked wings by the way.😅

Wouldn't that be a perfect boat for an era that hid and rewrote all history?

A boat that could move through all those famous underground tunnels to allow those tunnels to be plugged behind them?

And if so, then all the myths behind the construction and the manufacturers as well as the usefulness of these machines but also their dates come crashing down.

And each boat had been designed for specific uses and purposes, each having more or less different qualities and properties but ultimately serving the same unique plan to destroy, hide, mask, camouflage, remake... structures and writings which could have more easily served as proof of all the unhealthy delusions that reigned before the 19th century.

Exactly as they camouflaged the real reasons for using these boats while assigning false dates to false builders to the stories that will make the world dream the better to put smoke in their eyes.

What happened to these boats? As they are presented to us as manufacturing defects, the logical consequence would be that they are destroyed to be resold as ferries.

And of course we still have a lot of questions about these machines but we'll let you discover for yourself and you'll probably ask yourself the same questions as us, or even others, and for some there will surely be things that will start to make sense.

WHi19c.


📂Source:

https://www.stolenhistory.org/articles/1880s-90s-roller-ships.128/


https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Roller_ship


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roller_ship


https://www.flickr.com/photos/rpsmithbarney/5435141504


https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/b5/14/c4/525d595eeec5aa/US233086.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjl6czexfT4AhXI16QKHZRbDD4QFnoECAcQAQ&usg=AOvVaw1nleLGbtsXB0lzxOGAbVg8


https://torontoist.com/2016/04/historicist-knapps-roller-boat/


http://ronfleur.centerblog.net/m/6418184-1-465-bateau-rouleur-bazin-18-photos


http://havrais-dire.over-blog.com/article-un-drole-de-bateau-au-havre-57994780.html


https://picclick.fr/Plan-bateau-navire-rouleur-dErnest-Bazin-Le-rocher-de-324410299297.html


https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Bazin_(1826-1898)


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What happen in 19th century? 😳🧐
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Henry Berry Lowry was considered the Native American Robin Hood of the 19th century. He was one of 12 children, described as multiracial or free people of color. This portrait is widely identified as Lowry's, although some people, including some of his descendants, believe it depicts a different person. If he disappeared at the age of 27 (1872), that would mean that in the portrait he must not be older than 27.

■ But does he really look like a Native American under 27?

■Are the leaders of Native Americans, Haitians and many others all “multiracial or free people of color”?

■ Who were these free people of color found throughout history who were primarily people of mixed African, European, and Native American descent who were not enslaved. (However, the term also applied to freeborn people who were of predominantly black African descent with little admixture.)

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Berry_Lowry

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_people_of_color

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