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Chris asks…

What is your take on the hudson river tragedy in newburgh, ny?

young mom of 4 was distraught over babys’ father infidelities that she plunges family van into the hudson river with her and the kuds inside. what a tragedy…..

google it

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The Expert answers:

As is so often the case, children pay the price for their parents mistakes/stupidity/emotional baggage.

After my husband cheated, I tried to kill myslef – and it was the thought of what that would do to my children that kept me alive. I pity the one boy she *released* – that poor child’s journey through life is now, like, a ghost story. Life is irrevocably altered, and he’s the only one left to pick up the pieces.

Just too sad – hope that Dad figures out a way to console that poor boy.

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Sharon asks…

Is it not true that the Hudson River Valley in New York State is apple growing territory?

I am wondering :

1 What kinds of apples do they grow there?
2 Do they grow a lot of heirloom apples now?
3 When is apple picking time?
4 Is it possible to visit the area and find orchards that let the public in to pick apples themselves?
5 Are there other things to do in the area, so a day trip could
include a couple of nice activities like picking apples and something else to complement it?
6 Is there a boat that travels the Hudson River and makes stops at various points …. like the apple growing area, etc?

Thank you!
P.S. When to go see the apple trees in bloom? Thank you again!

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The Expert answers:

They grow every apple imaginable! & yes. Picking starts in August and alot of them have pick your own.Indian ladder in Albany. I don’t know a whole lot about the boat but get a res. Lots of craft fairs are in Sept & oct. Some orchids make cider rite there too.

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Charles asks…

Why is it that the plane that crashed on the Hudson River didn’t sink instantly due to it’s enormous weight?

But if I was to swim on the Hudson River, I would expect to drown to death because I can’t swim. I wouldn’t even stay afloat for 10 seconds.

So how comes the plane didn’t sink instanly due to it’s weight compared to mine?

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The Expert answers:

Due to Buoyancy and the Visosity of the Water…

See the links for more info:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buoyancy
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viscosity

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Nancy asks…

Plane Crash in Hudson River?! Why and how did the plane stay afloat for a period of time?

Hey, i was wondering how the plane that crashed into the hudson river on january 15, 2009 stayed afloat for a little while before it sank…My teacher asked this question, i think she said it had something to do with bouyancy and density? not sure… but if anyone knows, plz help!

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The Expert answers:

Airliners are meant to be pressurized, this implies they they have to be almost airtight. Being airtight also makes it almost watertight, so the fuselage will displace its submerged volume of water until water seeps in, just like a boat hull does. Displacing one’s volume of water while being lighter than the volume displaced means being subjected to buoyant force.

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William asks…

What canal connects Hudson River and Lake Erie?

I’m wondering, What canal connects Hudson River and Lake Erie?

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The Expert answers:

Well…today none, but the Erie Canal is the answer your looking for.

The 1825 Erie Canal connected the Hudson River at Albany to Lake Erie in Buffalo. This canal has been significantly upgraded twice.

The Erie Canal portion of the 1918 “Barge Canal” upgrade actually connects to the Hudson River at Waterford and Niagara River at Tonawanda. Its then a few more miles and another lock (operated by the federal government and not New York State) on the Niagara River to Lake Erie.

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