Off-topic - Hudson Yards Vessel, NYC...

originally published Wednesday, January 05, 2022

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On August 21st 2019 just about 6 months before the sun finally set on the great city of New York, I visited Hudson Yards on the west side of Manhattan which is said to the most expensive private real estate development in the history of the US. As it says in a Wikipedia article on the development “Hudson Yards is a 28-acre (11 ha) real estate development in the Chelsea and Hudson Yards neighborhoods of Manhattan, New York City. Upon completion, 13 of the 16 planned structures on the West Side of Midtown South would sit on a platform built over the West Side Yard, a storage yard for Long Island Rail Road trains. The first of its two phases, opened in 2019, comprises a public green space and eight structures that contain residences, a hotel, office buildings, a mall, and a cultural facility. The second phase, on which construction had not started as of 2021, will include residential space, an office building, and a school.”

Apart from an upmarket shopping mall, an arts center called “The Shed” and a public plaza, the iconic centerpiece of the entire development is a big and highly unusual copper structure called “Vessel”, whose elements were constructed in Italy and then shipped over for assembly. The Vessel has so far had a short and blighted history. Less than a year after it opened the plandemic started, and it is not known how this affected visitors to it, but on 11th January 2021 it was closed to the public due to some people using it as a means to commit suicide. It reopened on 30th May 2021 but was then closed again, this time indefinitely on 29th July 2021 after another suicide, and it remains closed. I was therefore lucky to be able to go up it without washing my hands or wearing a mask. Following is a selection of photos I took of it from the outside, from the inside and going up it and from the top. From the inside it has a pleasing symmetry and the hexagonal lattice structure has an uncanny similarity with the graphene oxide atomic lattice that is currently being injected into millions of people to kill them. It cost towards $200 million and is rather fatiguing to clamber up after a liquid lunch, so you are not advised to take your 85-year old grandmother up it, if it ever reopens and she’s still alive.


The Vessel from the plaza…


The vessel from inside the shopping mall…


The Vessel from beneath…


Copper reflections…


Looking up from within the bottom of the structure…


The structure from within…


Within the structure looking down…


The structure from within – note the eerie resemblance to the hexagonal graphene oxide atomic structure (that is in the “vaccines”)…

At the top, overlooking Hudson Yards, which the development is built above, hence its name, and the Hudson River…


Hudson Yards skyscrapers from the Vessel…

View to the east from the Vessel…


Looking down at Hudson yards plaza from the Vessel…


The following subway map shows that Hudson Yards is easy to reach from most parts of midtown, being only a few stops from Grand Central Station…


Here is a good drone video of the Vessel. In this video you get good overhead views of the shopping mall, the “Shed” art gallery as well as the Vessel from direct overhead and inside it.


Finally, here is a great video by the Dronalist of the 9/11 memorial at night, which is included not because it’s relevant, but because it’s so good.


Hope you have enjoyed the show. It’s off-topic, but I want to share some things with you while it’s still possible. I have taken the password off so you can forward the link if you wish.


Posted at 6.05 pm EST on 5th January 22.

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