Moving sidewalks at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris

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This is amazing how one thing leads to another. Looking into the so-called achievements of the 19th century, I keep on running into one too many of those "ahead of its time" inventions. This time it is moving sidewalks. These sidewalks I am about to present were powered by electricity (Le trottoir roulant et le chemin de fer électrique, pendant l'Exposition Universelle de 1900 ). I will add some oil to the fire by stating the following: atmospheric wireless electricity was the power source. The electricity part deserves a separate topic, and will be covered some time later.

It is of the utmost significance to note, that these so-called Expositions, and Exhibitions are clearly meant to be forgotten. It is mind boggling what inventions were on display there. You also will not find any of those architectural wonders which used to host these events. All of them were destroyed. I guess, the chosen way to erase something from memory was to eliminate the sites of those Expositions, and Exhibitions. Below you can see several of those sites: Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco and Paris.

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Going back to the topic of the moving sidewalks, I will allow myself to quote Wikipedia, "The first moving walkway debuted at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. It had two different divisions: one where passengers were seated, and one where riders could stand or walk. It ran in a loop down the length of a lakefront pier to a casino. Six years later a moving walkway was also presented to the public at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1900. The walkway consisted of three elevated platforms, the first was stationary, the second moved at a moderate speed, and the third at about six miles per hour."

Funny thing to notice would be that "the first commercial moving walkway in the United States was installed in 1954 in Jersey City, NJ, inside the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Erie station at the Pavonia Terminal." I see a "time delay" pattern here. The exact same thing happened with Electric Cars, and Pneumatic Trains.

1893 Chicago

The moving sidewalk presented in Chicago was broken into two parts: walking/standing, and the one where passengers were seated, as was noted above. Unfortunately we have no video of this sidewalk in motion (which is not the case with the Paris one). I will simply present a few images, and you can do additional research yourself, if you wish.

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1900 Paris
The one from Paris has a few videos, and multiple photos. Just like it was said before, "The walkway consisted of three elevated platforms, the first was stationary, the second moved at a moderate speed, and the third at about six miles per hour." It was two and a quarter mile long. Some pictures and several videos are below.

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This walkway was obviously far from being the main purpose of the 1900 Exposition in Paris. In general, the inventions presented during various expositions between 1791 and approximately 1917, contained technology beyond anything we think was possible back then. It is very easy to spot when the expositions of the "forgotten" past got replaced with the "next generation" ones. The organizers simply stopped using Ancient Greek and Roman architecture.

Throughout the following years there was a slow but deliberate "renovation" of the Unified "One Nation" World architectural style. Along with this renovation we acquired this new technological direction. Most of the "beyond its time" inventions were set aside to be re-invented at a later date, when it would be more appropriate.
 
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Wow more ducks getting in line. Glad I found this forum.
At some point I will get to describing other "achievements" presented at these so-called expositions. Remarkable they were.
 

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you talk about atmospheric eletricity, any suspicious spires or domes?
 
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you talk about atmospheric electricity, any suspicious spires or domes?
Those expositions were full of suspicions objects. Not too many pictures, though I was able to get a hold of a pretty good album from 1893 Chicago one. You started that atmospheric electricity topic. I posted a whole bunch of "suspicious" pictures in there.
 

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Those expositions were full of suspicions objects. Not too many pictures, though I was able to get a hold of a pretty good album from 1893 Chicago one. You started that atmospheric electricity topic. I posted a whole bunch of "suspicious" pictures in there.
looking at the pictures i can see some domes here and there
 

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This is amazing how one thing leads to another. Looking into the so-called achievements of the 19th century, I keep on running into one too many of those "ahead of its time" inventions. This time it is moving sidewalks. These sidewalks I am about to present were powered by electricity (Le trottoir roulant et le chemin de fer électrique, pendant l'Exposition Universelle de 1900 ). I will add some oil to the fire by stating the following: atmospheric wireless electricity was the power source. The electricity part deserves a separate topic, and will be covered some time later.

It is of the utmost significance to note, that these so-called Expositions, and Exhibitions are clearly meant to be forgotten. It is mind boggling what inventions were on display there. You also will not find any of those architectural wonders which used to host these events. All of them were destroyed. I guess, the chosen way to erase something from memory was to eliminate the sites of those Expositions, and Exhibitions. Below you can see several of those sites: Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco and Paris.


Going back to the topic of the moving sidewalks, I will allow myself to quote Wikipedia, "The first moving walkway debuted at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. It had two different divisions: one where passengers were seated, and one where riders could stand or walk. It ran in a loop down the length of a lakefront pier to a casino. Six years later a moving walkway was also presented to the public at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1900. The walkway consisted of three elevated platforms, the first was stationary, the second moved at a moderate speed, and the third at about six miles per hour."

Funny thing to notice would be that "the first commercial moving walkway in the United States was installed in 1954 in Jersey City, NJ, inside the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Erie station at the Pavonia Terminal." I see a "time delay" pattern here. The exact same thing happened with Electric Cars, and Pneumatic Trains.

1893 Chicago

The moving sidewalk presented in Chicago was broken into two parts: walking/standing, and the one where passengers were seated, as was noted above. Unfortunately we have no video of this sidewalk in motion (which is not the case with the Paris one). I will simply present a few images, and you can do additional research yourself, if you wish.
The one from Paris has a few videos, and multiple photos. Just like it was said before, "The walkway consisted of three elevated platforms, the first was stationary, the second moved at a moderate speed, and the third at about six miles per hour." It was two and a quarter mile long. Some pictures and several videos are below.


This walkway was obviously far from being the main purpose of the 1900 Exposition in Paris. In general, the inventions presented during various expositions between 1791 and approximately 1917, contained technology beyond anything we think was possible back then. It is very easy to spot when the expositions of the "forgotten" past got replaced with the "next generation" ones. The organizers simply stopped using Ancient Greek and Roman architecture.

Throughout the following years there was a slow but deliberate "renovation" of the Unified "One Nation" World architectural style. Along with this renovation we acquired this new technological direction. Most of the "beyond its time" inventions were set aside to be re-invented at a later date, when it would be more appropriate.
This is all very unnerving. Yet exhilarating exciting at the same time. All this changes the whole game. I find the San Francisco, St Louis, and even in panama itself panama city. Amazing images now I realise how it totally doesn't fit with the taught history at all. HUGE LIARS are in our midst. Theres something about the St Louis exposition world fair structures , its almost scary. Because we don't see buildings like that now , leaving aside the geopolymer mindblowing technology where lets leave that for another thread. But...theres something.....alien otherwodly. Atlantanean. Of the buildings plus the Chicago fair. But what is the HUGE SMOKING EXPLOSIVE GUN going on is San Francisco. Tgis was supposed to be the 'wild west''. Yet we see glimpses and can piece together infer from what we can, a uch older advanced civilisation already existed. Therefore. THIS TOTALLY DESTROYS TRUST IN ANY ALL OF TODAYS OFFICIAL HISTORY, SCIENCE, EVRYTHING. If we hadn't already due to September 11th and other things. Now, Hollywood Westerns , I realise have been huge propaganda exerices brainwashing, and in fact, various immigrants settlers were slowed, not allowed to migrate west to California. Obviously because the pre-existing evidence of the worldwide Tartary free energy abundant amazing civilisation. Would have seriously spoiled their American Independence War scam and the truth would have gotten out. California advanced cities in the 19th century, are even more powerful truth lie busting evidence, thatn the east coast but the east coast cities are mindblowing as well. I am very unnerved by the Vhicago world fair before it got demolished. Sad it was. But I sense an opportunity for us all because of the recency of such a HUGE SCAM.
 
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