Philadelphia Experiment

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An alleged naval military experiment at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Pennsylvania, in October, 1943, in which the destroyer USS Eldridge was to be rendered invisible (i.e., cloaked) to human observers for a brief period of time
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So far, the Philadelphia project has not been funded.
"It think they gained a lot of trust in us on the Philadelphia project, when we supplied them with ground engagement tools and parts for their buckets and attachments." says Olympic salesman Brian Donahue, "We send them parts all over the country wherever they're working now.
In such cases, as the Wireless Philadelphia project, local business and civic leaders bootstrapped programs to give themselves broadband access after being stymied by the high prices or the slow installation pace of traditional telecommunications or cable companies.
The earlier Philadelphia project relined 1,800 feet of 12-inch cast iron main, with leaking bell-joints recurring every 12 feet.
San Francisco: Fitch Ratings has affirmed approximately $59 million of series 2009 sewage sludge disposal revenue bonds issued by the Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority on behalf of Synagro's Philadelphia Project Finance, LLC at 'BBB+'.
Phase One of the work for this Philadelphia project involved installation of a new sewer line parallel to an existing line that ran beneath the city's famous Museum of Art.
Based on data from a similar program in Philadelphia projects paid for by the fund are expected to employ roughly 8,500 construction workers.
Philadelphia projects that general fund spending will be very slightly ahead of the enacted budget in fiscal 2018 with higher personnel costs (particularly police and fire) driving spending growth.
The YouthBuild Philadelphia projects mark the fourth and fifth green home renovations to be completed under the national partnership between Saint-Gobain and YouthBuild USA in support of the non-profit's national green-building and job-training programme.
Note: For more information regarding the Greater Philadelphia High School Partnership and other Center for Greater Philadelphia projects, access the center on the World Wide Web at http://www.libertynet.org;80/~cgphila
And while the Germantown and north Philadelphia projects happen to be in inner-city areas, demographics are really irrelevant to Rite Aid's expansion strategy, he says.
Three Philadelphia projects illustrate the important role of bypass systems.
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