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Good choice, though the pedant in me yearns to point out that a levee only has water on one side of it when intact, whereas this is a dam (water on both sides even when working correctly).
[Runs away crying]
That’s cool. I was actually wondering what the difference was when I posted the video.
Given the limited negative effects on the broader water system I have to ask was this a part meant to fail as a least damaging failure option or was this a truly unpredictable catastrophic failure?
Levees are something you drive to in a Chevy.
I did, in fact, expect about 8 minutes of nothing before the break, and for the first YouTube comment to be something like:
No bouncing bombs were harmed during this episode.
If it did fail by design (a fusegate), the river authority really should be saying so.
Bring whiskey and rye.
It’s almost as if they were expecting it.
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